Ivington CofE Primary and Pre-school
Reaching together... stand firm in your faith, be courageous and strong - 1 Corinthians 16:13
At Ivington Primary and Pre-school we are committed to providing an international dimension across our curriculum and in our community. Our curriculum reflects this commitment to develop awareness and understanding of the cultures, geography and environment, character and concerns, languages, religions and economic circumstances of people elsewhere in the world and around our locality; to develop an awareness of our place in the world and recognise our interdependence with the environment and the peoples of the world. Through the long-standing Leominster-Tengeru link, we continue to be actively involved in developing strong ties and furthering projects with Ambureni School in Tanzania, undertaking regular reciprocal visits, all of which impact immeasurably on the learning and depth of appreciation of the children and staff.
What you will see in our school:
Ambureni School, Tanzania
Ivington Primary and Pre-school are proud to be linked with Ambureni School in Tanzania as part of the British Council projects of Connecting Classrooms. Accessing the Global Learning programme, the two schools have worked collaboratively for over 10 years exploring global issues that shape our world. Staff who have visited our link school are Mrs Lewis (Rowan Class teacher) and most recently Mrs Jones (supply cover) who led a whole school project learning about Zero Waste.
Ambureni School is situated on the outskirts of the city of Arusha and educates over 500 children aged 4-13.