St. Trizah School has been transformed this year thanks to nearly 200 volunteers at the school since April. Volunteers from Derby College Derby County Community Trust, Llanwern High School, Chancellor’s School, Springfield School and Longfield Academy of Sport have dedicated their time to constructing and plastering the new Form One and Two classrooms and the whole school has been freshly painted.
Project Director, Yuvenalis Mokua, and Coordinator, Pauline Nyakoboke, are delighted that the school can now accommodate the growing number of students. They both would like to thank all volunteers who have contributed to the growth and development of this wonderful school. Since, purchasing of new land in 2014, great progress has been made. The school now has 14 classrooms, a kitchen, a toilet block and running water.
A few testimonials from this year’s volunteers…
“This trip allowed our students to develop a wider view of the world and leave with a new sense of purpose.” Chancellor’s School volunteer
“It was an unforgettable experience and I would absolutely love to go again if I ever got the opportunity to do so.” Llanwern High School volunteer
“It was the best experience of my life and I would it all over again without hesitation.” Longfield Academy of Sport volunteer