Linking schools

Zambezi Sunrise are delighted to have facilitated twinning arrangements, as well as less formal links, between schools in Zambia and the U.K. and Australia.

The first was between Nekacheya School in Livingstone and Shotley Bridge Primary School in County Durham, England. The pupils at both schools have exchanged artwork, cards and other greetings and look forward to cooperating in the future. A Zambezi Sunrise trustee has taught three years in a row at Nekacheya and has talked to the pupils at Shotley Bridge about them both before and after his visits there. Shotley Bridge have, through their fundraising walk, hugely enhanced the library at Nekacheya. The class reading sets they have funded help with literacy every day.

Linda Community School in Livingstone enjoy a twinning with Cramlington Village Primary School in Northumberland, England. Cramlington have adopted one of the first classrooms being built at Linda and their future fundraising will go towards it.  They have also exchanged greetings – by letter and videolink – as well as artwork. Cramlington have fundraised for Linda and look forward to developing their relationship in the future.

Durham School and their junior school Bow have also adopted one of the new classrooms that has been built at Linda Community School, and their ongoing fundraising has greatly assisted.

Hesleden Primary School in County Durham made the initial used book donation that formed the core of the library we have developed at Linda Community School. They have also made uniform donations, enjoy an ongoing letter exchange,  and fundraised with a sponsored walk.

 

Dr Thomlinson’s C of E Middle School in Rothbury, Northumberland have also raised money through a sponsored walk. They too  benefit from a letter exchange with Linda Community School.

 

Great and Little Shelford C of E Primary School  in Cambridgeshire have helped with a donation of uniform that has gone to Linda Community School.

 

In Australia, Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Primary School in Randwick, New South Wales, kindly held a fundraiser that paid for new desks at Linda Community School.

Invitations are invited from other schools who would like to explore a similar arrangement or otherwise support Zambezi Sunrise.

Zambezi Sunrise are delighted to have facilitated twinning arrangements, as well as less formal links, between schools in Zambia and the U.K.

The first was between Nekacheya School in Livingstone and Shotley Bridge Primary School in County Durham, England. The pupils at both schools have exchanged artwork, cards and other greetings and look forward to cooperating in the future. A Zambezi Sunrise trustee has taught three years in a row at Nekacheya and has talked to the pupils at Shotley Bridge about them both before and after his visits there. Shotley Bridge have, through their fundraising walk, hugely enhanced the library at Nekacheya. The class reading sets they have funded help with literacy every day.

Linda Community School in Livingstone enjoy a twinning with Cramlington Village Primary School in Northumberland, England. Cramlington have adopted one of the first classrooms being built at Linda and their future fundraising will go towards it.  They have also exchanged greetings – by letter and videolink – as well as artwork. Cramlington have fundraised for Linda and look forward to developing their relationship in the future.

Durham School and their junior school Bow have also adopted one of the new classrooms that has been built at Linda Community School, and their ongoing fundraising has greatly assisted.

Hesleden Primary School in County Durham made the initial used book donation that formed the core of the library we have developed at Linda Community School. They have also made uniform donations, enjoy an ongoing letter exchange,  and fundraised with a sponsored walk.

 

Dr Thomlinson’s C of E Middle School in Rothbury, Northumberland have also raised money through a sponsored walk. They too  benefit from a letter exchange with Linda Community School.

 

Great and Little Shelford C of E Primary School  in Cambridgeshire have helped with a donation of uniform that has gone to Linda Community School.

 

In Australia, Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Primary School in Randwick, New South Wales, kindly held a fundraiser that paid for new desks at Linda Community School.

Invitations are invited from other schools who would like to explore a similar arrangement or otherwise support Zambezi Sunrise.