Rwanda: Great Start to a New Term

April began in style as the French Institute from Kigali visited Ahazaza to hold the school’s first ever pop up cinema event.


The first screening was of Dumbo, which proved a hit with children and grownups alike with every seat in the house filled. Students sold popcorn and sambusas during the event and next month due to its popularity we’re going to sell drinks as well.


The next screening is set to be a big hit as word spreads helping to raise the profile of Ahazaza Independent School in the local community and the businesses we have on offer.

The start of the second term at Ahazaza has also brought some excellent news – Ahazaza School exam success! 

Each year group from Primary 1 to Senior 1 sat their end of term exams in late March and we are delighted to report that the school pass rate was an astounding 91%. Special recognition goes to the students of Primary 4 and Primary 6 who achieved a pass rate of 100%.

As the second term gets underway at Ahazaza we are particularly excited to start implementing entrepreneurship lessons into the curriculum for students from Primary 1 to Primary 4.


This is a great step forward as this will expand upon the work of the Student Entrepreneurship Club and allow more students to develop entrepreneurial skills through their involvement with the school’s businesses.

You can read more about this exciting new project in this month’s Rwanda case study.

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