This project serves several million people in a rural area through a variety of community development projects and a hospital and training centre. An English-medium school serves the families of staff of the project and the wider community. There are currently 130 national and a few expatriate students in small classes, from Kindergarten to Grade 10. Emphasis is on quality teaching and Christian example.
The school serves a student population of around 140 national and some international children, from 4 to 16 years of age. The school’s class sizes are generally around 16, but smaller in the upper school, with challenges of delivering Cambridge English medium education to second language speakers in a vibrant but challenging cross-cultural environment. The greatest need for teachers is in the upper school, for O-levels, but also for the reception and middle school years.
While long-term service (2 years or more) is preferred,shorter periods of service are also welcome.