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TANZANIAIntroduction to Mukidoma<br />
You will be learning about life at our link school in TanzaniaMUKIDOMA<br />
Students at Mukdioma know all about George Abbot and are keen to learn more about us!<br />
      TANZANIA<br />Mukidoma School is near a big city called ARUSHA.<br />        The school is at Usa River and it is a ...
Map of Tanzania – MUKDIOMA is between Arusha and the town of Moshi<br />
MUKIDOMA<br />
Mukidoma is a caring community, like George Abbot it is a very successful school and students do well.Like George Abbot st...
Mukidoma is a boarding school. Students come from all over Tanzania, they at stay at school during the term and go home in...
Subjects taught to senior students include:Economics, Maths, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, History, Kiswahili, History, Geo...
Mukidoma has both a primary school and a senior school. All lessons are taught in English in the senior school.Students us...
Here are a few phrases in Kiswahili !<br />Habari? ( How are you) Nzuri (Fine) <br />Jambo? (how are you)                 ...
George Abbot students visited Mukidoma in July 2011They worked together with Mukidoma students on a project to help a fami...
The lady in the picture is called Joyce. She has four sons, the eldest (right) is called Adam and he has been given a free...
Adam and his brothers had to sleep in the sitting room.Joyce invited some of the George Abbot Students and the Mukidoma st...
The house was nearly finished by the end of the George Abbot visit!<br />
George Abbot students also taught some lessons during their visit<br />
Worked together on a ‘Debate’<br />
George Abbot and Mukidoma students went on safari together!<br />
And there was ‘Sports Day’!<br />
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Introduction to Mukidoma

  1. 1. TANZANIAIntroduction to Mukidoma<br />
  2. 2. You will be learning about life at our link school in TanzaniaMUKIDOMA<br />
  3. 3. Students at Mukdioma know all about George Abbot and are keen to learn more about us!<br />
  4. 4. TANZANIA<br />Mukidoma School is near a big city called ARUSHA.<br /> The school is at Usa River and it is a rural area about twenty minutes drive from Arusha. It is also near mount Kilimanjaro.<br />
  5. 5. Map of Tanzania – MUKDIOMA is between Arusha and the town of Moshi<br />
  6. 6. MUKIDOMA<br />
  7. 7. Mukidoma is a caring community, like George Abbot it is a very successful school and students do well.Like George Abbot students attend lots of clubs and after school activities, they are encouraged to take responsibility and to do things to help the local community.<br />
  8. 8. Mukidoma is a boarding school. Students come from all over Tanzania, they at stay at school during the term and go home in the holidays.<br />Students share rooms, there are usually about four or six in each room. These are the girls’ and boys’ rooms.<br />
  9. 9. Subjects taught to senior students include:Economics, Maths, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, History, Kiswahili, History, Geography and English Language.<br />Like George Abbot, Mukidoma is an important school with excellent results. <br />
  10. 10. Mukidoma has both a primary school and a senior school. All lessons are taught in English in the senior school.Students usually speak three languages, English, Kiswahili and another tribal language (at home with their family). <br />Imagine having to have your lessons in a different language!<br />
  11. 11. Here are a few phrases in Kiswahili !<br />Habari? ( How are you) Nzuri (Fine) <br />Jambo? (how are you) Jambo(Fine)<br />Jinalakoninani? (What is your name?) Karibu (Welcome) <br />Tafadhari(Please) Aksante (Thank you) <br />Nimefuhaisana(I am very happy)<br />Mr Mpanduzi, headteacher of Mukidoma often visits George Abbot.<br /> Mr Moloney and several GAS staff have visited Mukdiomda.<br />Sixth form will visit in 2011!<br />
  12. 12. George Abbot students visited Mukidoma in July 2011They worked together with Mukidoma students on a project to help a family in the local community.<br />
  13. 13. The lady in the picture is called Joyce. She has four sons, the eldest (right) is called Adam and he has been given a free place at Mukidoma.The community project was to build a proper bedroom for Adam and his brothers, the one below lets the rain in!<br />
  14. 14. Adam and his brothers had to sleep in the sitting room.Joyce invited some of the George Abbot Students and the Mukidoma students in to her sitting room. The Mukidoma students had to translate for Joyce and the George Abbot students because the George Abbot students weren’t very good at speaking Kiswahili!<br />Students from both schools worked together to help Joyce and her family by building another two rooms, a bedroom for the boys to sleep in and a room for Joyce to let so that she will have an income.<br />
  15. 15. The house was nearly finished by the end of the George Abbot visit!<br />
  16. 16. George Abbot students also taught some lessons during their visit<br />
  17. 17. Worked together on a ‘Debate’<br />
  18. 18. George Abbot and Mukidoma students went on safari together!<br />
  19. 19. And there was ‘Sports Day’!<br />

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