Last weekend the Under 13 basketball took on all-comers at Orkeeswa – and were brilliant. What a super photo of unity in sport!
My goodness, what a busy time we are having at the moment. I have just got back from Moshi with the footballers and basketballers. At the same time, the Primary swimmers have been performing at Kennedy House in an NTAA gala. The team was somewhat depleted because some of our swimmers flew to Dar es Salaam on Friday morning to perfom in today’s Tanzania Lifesavers Society gala. I hear from Carolynn (Mama Siri) that our swimmers have excelled themselves and new personal bests have been set left, right and centre!
As if the sport commitment wasn’t enough, many of the M1 students set off at the crack of dawn this morning to head for the South Pare Mountains and their Level 1b trip. Best of luck to them.
Our DIrector, Anna has been no less busy with a recruitment trip to London. She is back now but very soon she will be flying out again, this time with Tine Hemelings (Chairman of the Board) to attend the UWC meeting in Canada that will confirm (or otherwise!) our inclusion into the UWC fold! Fingers crossed!
All of this makes me very proud and privileged to work with such committed students and parents. Thank you for attending all of our sports events and outdoor pursuits. I also feel extremely lucky to work with such committed staff. The number of teachers who have given up their Saturday today to supervise our children, is remarkable. Thank you.
Everyone will have deserved their short week this week! Please remember that next week is a shorter week, with Friday 15 February being a holiday.
Have a restful weekend….