2012 Wales

Six teachers from Tanzania and three teachers from Botswana travelled to Wales to spend a week in the Wales partner schools. Unfortunately two Tanzanian students were unable to travel due to Visa problems.

They observed lessons, viewed resources and discussed how information technology such as data projectors and internet access could raise standards of teaching and learning in each country.

Visits were made to the pit head at Rhondda Heritage Park, St Fagans Folk Museum  and Porthcawl Harbour.

St Fagans Folk Museum of Welsh life.

The gardens at St Fagans


A bracing walk along the seawall at Porthcawl nr Bridgend

Traditional Welsh costume.

Reginald Swai from Tanzania presents "Player of the match" to a pupil at Heronsbridge

Heronsbridge Primary pupils

Botawa display at Bryntirion Secondary school.

Colliery workings at the Rhondda Heritage Park. It rains a lot in Wales!

Rhondda colliery

Rhondda colliery

A rose growing competition for coal miners.

Severa with a Welsh rose.

A night at the Bowling Alley

Tanzania teachers with their Welsh host.

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