A School Partnership with UWS should create opportunities for students to have fun and find exciting ways to engage others. This was certainly the case at Churcher’s College on the 10th June when the school held a Summer Fayre for their UWS School in Nepal. The stalls were imaginatively created by students and form tutors and included water slides, limbo, splat the teacher, hungry hippos, the ice bucket challenge and dizzy penalties.
Talented students from our partner schools have been writing articles about their UWS partnerships and how they have changed their understanding of education.
UWS supporters Freddie and Allie are preparing to take on ‘the greatest motoring adventure on the planet’, The Mongol Rally. The pair will be driving more than 20,000 km across Europe and Asia, beginning their journey in England and ending it in Ulan Ude, in Siberian Russia, all in aid of UWS.
Kyar Tear Toe Bo village, Myanmar has a brand new school! The village in the Shan state is home to over 200 children who had previously never entered a classroom.
Charley Boorman recently visited our schools in the remotest parts of Cambodia.