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Find out what schools across the UK are achieving through their partnerships with schools in Africa - and how yours can too.

In this 30-minute forum, we’ll hear from leaders at Kingsbury High School in London, Moseley Park School in Wolverhampton and Springfield School in Portsmouth, as they discuss the meaningful partnerships they’ve formed with schools in Africa.

Plus, we’ll hear about the impact a partnership can have by looking at the progress made at The Walk Centre School in Kenya.

Your school can do it too - for free.

Shared Learning

Create shared learning opportunities for your students and those at your partner school.

Pen-pal letters

Have your students exchange letters with students from your partner school.

Discover A New Culture

Develop your students' understanding of school life in Ghana, Kenya or Zanzibar.


Engage your students with fundraising, and you'll know exactly what the donation funds.


One of our guest speakers is John Lomas, Head of Enterprise and Personal Development Learning at Springfield School in Portsmouth. Since 2013, Springfield School has been working with African Adventures to increase students’ understanding of international development and life in Africa through volunteering trips, fundraising, and cultural exchange.

Gary Froy is the Foundation Stage Leader at Kingsbury High School in London. He and his students have recently formed a partnership with Chaddy Mission School in Kenya, and have been helping to make a difference to the lives of the students in Kenya from their school in the UK.

Moseley Park

Johnny O’Keeffe leads Integrated Learning at Moseley Park School in Wolverhampton, and has been engaging his students in several fundraising challenges to help raise money for their partner school. He’s also planning to take his students on a visit to Kenya in 2022.

“Having had the privilege of leading school trips abroad for over 30 years, I find that the more we communicate, the more we understand each other’s views, leading to a better future for all of us.”

John Lomas – Head of Personal Development, Springfield School