Liz and Darren demonstrate that Darren knows exactly where he stands in Thursday’s game of Mr and Mrs!
Thursday brought the end of an era – the final assembly as International School Moshi, Arusha. Fifty years of history and memories, changes in education styles, authorisations for PYP, MYP and Diploma, graduations and many more events than we can count. However, a school is not a name or a logo, it is the people who make up the community: the teachers who aid learning, the students who bring their energy and the parents who trust in the educational process – this is what makes a school a success.
I have been privileged to be a very small part of the ongoing evolution of what will now become UWC East Africa. Many things have changed in the past four years and many things will continue to change. What will not change is the commitment of the Arusha community to work together as a collective to educate young people to be citizens of the world: successful, humble, adaptable and above all ambassadors for what is possible if you give your best.
The next years will bring challenge, but there is little doubt that the Arusha community will take it in their stride and pull together to reach new heights.
Liz, Zara and I will greatly miss being part of this amazing community. I wish you all a relaxing and safe holiday, and whether you are returning or leaving for new adventures, success and happiness.