There have been more fantastic developments in the Trinity Malawi project, whereby we are twinned with a primary school in Malawi, Southern Africa.

The bridge over the local river that Trinity contributed to, to help students get to school safely, and to help others in the local community, too, is now fully open.

“The pictures below show ladies who said their businesses have been revived because they can get to market,” points out Mrs Carey, Deputy Head of Lower and Middle Schools. “The bridge is busy also with motorcycles and children can get to school safely.”

Sara and Mark Goodman from Hope4Malawi are there at the moment to help organise the opening of the new Secondary school just next door.

“The new school is Hope Secondary and most of the Standard 8s at Chipwepwete have passed the exam to win a place to start there – it’s been transformational for the community,” adds Mrs Carey.

Trinity staff are in discussion with Hope4Malawi at the moment about what we fund next so watch this space.

Over the last five years many Sixth Form students and staff have enjoyed incredible, life-changing experiences with our friends at this school.

The money raised really does make a difference to people’s lives, so a heartfelt thanks to everyone who has contributed.


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