Primary School Student top in Zambia

One great piece of news to report to start the year is that one of our students, Leroy Mumba, scored the highest aggregate mark (85%) in the country in his Grade 7 exams. These exams are used to decide which students will find places at secondary schools around the country, and which of these schools they may qualify for, so this is an important result for Leroy and also a great success for the primary school staff. Another student at the school, Samson Phiri, also scored one of the highest marks this year. Mr Ledson Chipwalu taught the class and is also the Head of the school. Warm congratulations to the students and staff for this fantastic achievement!

We are also very pleased to report that our three children from St Nicholas’ Village for Orphans, sitting the exam this year, have passed and qualify for secondary school places.

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