A group of Pershore High School Sixth Form students have just returned from a 15-day visit of a lifetime to Zambia. This was part of an exchange with young people from Lubuto High School in Ndola, Northern Zambia, and the Lubuto students will return next academic year. The itinerary involved: community projects, time in Lubuto High School, visits to other schools (Good News and Kansenshi Basic), meeting Terry Changwe (District Education Board Secretary), a visit to the Chimfunshi Wildlife Orfanage, church visits, and time at Livingstone and the Victoria Falls. Photographs show teachers Leane Watkin and Paul Newton with students from Pershore and Lubuto schools. This was truly a life changing experience for all involved.
Calum Andrews is pictured teaching Good News pupils about rugby;
PHS students at Victoria under the Rainbow Bridge;
All youngsters on the Zambezi River above the falls;
The party at Lubuto High School with the Head Jeremiah Jani.