I am lucky to be able to fraternise with teachers and students from other schools on almost a daily basis and this allows me to contrast the way we do things against the ways other schools do things. Very often I am inspired by these experiences and gain new ideas for implementation here on Arusha Campus. Invariably however I come away with the satisfaction that we are achieving what we set out to achieve – to stimulate inquirers and independent thinkers and to create inspirational leaders. The artwork above was invented by a P4/5 child whilst the expedition captured in the photo (right) shows Level 1 Outdoor Pursuiters negotiating the slopes of Kilimanjaro. In the same week we have played basketball and football against our friends from Braeburn whilst our older students reflect on their week in Nairobi where they met peers from all around the continent to share experiences of service
As Darren reminds us below, the school that we see before us is a very different institution from the one that we attended a generation ago. The age of student-led inquiry is very much upon us, and something to celebrate, as we endeavour to prepare the problem-solvers of tomorrow for the challenges ahead.