School Offers To Accommodate Cyclone Idai Affected Students

First Class Academy in Mutare has offered to take in St Charles Lwanga High School pupils, who were affected by Cyclone Idai, to learn at the school until the end of this term.

First Class Academy headmaster Steven Chiwara said the school was prepared to support the learners with free education for the remaining two weeks. Said Chiwara:

The school authority has offered learners whose schools have been closed because of the disaster, to join us until the end of term. We already have two learners who have joined us and they will sit for the end of term examinations with our own students. We extend the offer to all learners who are willing to join us to come through the Minister of State’s office and we will gladly enrol them.

More: Herald

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