Mascalls Academy and Bereko Secondary School

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Bereko Secondary SchoolaThe photos above show Mascalls Academy (secondary school), the certificate of friendship between the two schools proudly displayed in Bereko and the motto of Bereko Secondary school displayed on a school wall: Love, Unity and Peace .

As the framed certificate says, the relationship between the secondary schools started in 2008.  Since that time sixth formers and teachers from Mascalls have visited Bereko on a number of occasions. Students have exchanged letters, and uniforms and text books and other teaching materials have been sent to Bereko.

Mascalls students have created two short but inspirational movies of their trips to Bereko.  These can be viewed on the links below:

In 2014 the Archbishop of Tanzania, the most Rev'd Jacob Chimeledya visited Paddock Wood and he is shown here outside Mascalls Academy with Lorraine Sinyard, a teacher who has visited Bereko and is a member of the Bereko Community Partnership.
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The Chair of Bereko Secondary School receiving text books from Rev'd Canon Bryan Knapp on behalf of Mascalls Academy and then with some of the governors, including Sister Anna from the Little Sisters of Mercy Roman Catholic Convent, and Rev'd Richard Suki.

Bereko Secondary SchooldThese photos show the Head Master, Ibrahim Mwesi, and governors of Bereko Secondary School with Rev'd Canon Bryan Knapp and Robin Hammerton (a UK schools' inspector) and some of the students receiving the gifts of text books from Mascalls Academy.Bereko Secondary Schoolc

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