Connecting Virtually

Visit St Jude’s from the comfort of your own home… Social distancing does not have to mean socially disconnecting

Visitors’ Viewpoint

Purple Carpet

Australians Robyn and Steve Holland visited The School of St Jude in October 2019. With backgrounds in communications and media we invited them, in their own words, to give an insight into their experience.

Smile, Madam President

Long time in the making

After 11 years of being a sponsor, Grace meets Form 5 student, Rahima, to visit her family home for the first time.

One Girl to Another

All smiles: MLC teacher, Zoe, with some local students.

Methodist Ladies’ College students from Melbourne, experience a Tanzanian government school as part of the St Jude’s Visitor Program.

Kids Can Do Things

Reading class: Lance lends a hand to primary students.

American teenager, Lance, uses his Christmas and birthday money to help sponsor Standard 3 student’s academic scholarship.

Lucky Seven

Friendly faces: Margo and Tina with the students whose academic scholarships they sponsor.

Repeat visitors are excited to see St Jude’s enter new era, with a dedicated girls’ school to grow the number of graduates

Finding the Right Path

TechnologyOne boost Career Guidance Program helping students move into their dream careers

TechnologyOne boost Career Guidance Program helping students move into their dream careers.

Authentic Arusha Experience

Seated around a small wooden table, under a rusty tin roof, with poultry brushing past their legs, Australian visitors Allanah and Vanessa have stepped into a life very different from their own. They’ve been warmly welcomed to Standard 2 student Selina’s home in Njiro, an economically diverse residential area in Arusha, that is facing many […]