Schools Who Support Us

The links we have built with schools are very important to us. These relationships form a enormously important bridge between the lives of young people growing up in the UK and in Africa. Both of our project areas have hosted schools' groups, students and teachers. These visits by UK students have given the young people from both sides an important opportunity to share their experiences of growing up.

the entire experience was humbling, inspiring and memorable

Uppingham School

Uppingham School, referred to colloquially as 'Uppingham', is a co-educational independent school of the English public school tradition, situated in the small town of Uppingham in Rutland, England. 

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Stroud High School 

Stroud High School is a 11-18 selective girls' grammar school in the Cotswolds. The school first selected The Mango Tree as one of their charities in 2015. Since then, girls througout the school have continuously set-up and run fundraising events and actvities including: cake sales, inter-house competitions, a fashion photography show and a sponsored silence day to name but a few.  

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Notting Hill and Ealing High School 

NH&EHS is an independent school for girls aged 4 -18 yrs in Ealing, London. Founded in 1873. The school invited The Mango Tree to speak and show a film of our work at a fundraising fashion show organsied by the sixth form girls. 


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Feltonfleet School

Feltonfleet is an independent day and weekly boarding Preparatory School for 360 boys and girls aged 3-13 years. 

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Fettes Preparatory School

Fettes Prep is both a boarding and day schools for boys and girls aged 7-13. 
Life at Fettes prep School is full of opportunities. 

As a boarder or a day pupil, girls and boys begin to develop a healthy independence in an environment full of loving kindness. 

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Nottingham University Samworth Academy

Nottingham University Samworth Academy, Nottingham is a mainstream state school for girls and boys aged from 11 to 18.

The Academy is one of the first in the UK to have direct sponsorship and academic links with a University and is also backed by businessman and philanthropist Sir David Samworth. The Academy has been operating for the past year in the refurbished buildings formerly occupied by the William Sharp school in Bilborough, while the new, government-funded complex was being built alongside.

Nottingham University Samworth Academy (NUSA) is already gaining national and international recognition for its partnership with the University. In its first year of operation this unique alliance has forged highly acclaimed and innovative approaches to teaching and learning in secondary education.

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Samworth Church Academy

Samworth Church Academy, Mansfield, is a mainstream state school for girls and boys aged from 11 to 19.

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The Samworth Enterprise Academy

The Samworth Enterprise Academy is an ‘all-through’ academy, providing an education for children from 3 years to 16 years, although the Academy currently only has pupils up to Year 8 and will build on this each year until 2011, when the Academy will have all years up to Year 11. 

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