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Our Aims

We are committed too...


Best Practice

We provide a quality education that works with the community and for the community. Our pedagogy is one that envisions every child learning in an environment that is safe, engaging and recognises each child as an individual.

Our model of education appreciates the natural curiosity of children and we believe that by nurturing this, we are able to provide a stimulating and challenging learning environment that fosters a lifelong love of learning.


Skilful approach

We use the Competence Based Curriculum (CBC) to encourage development of skills and knowledge and promote ways to use these competencies in real life situations.


Staff use innovative education programmes that help children learn across all areas of the curriculum, as well as developing an understanding about life skills.  These practical skills are taught alongside academic subjects, meaning that every child is able to discover the key area that they are the most interested in.

Improved access

We improve access to schools by building in remote areas and wherever there is a need, making education more locally available to families.


Our focus is on increasing the quality of learning, whilst also providing a practical life skills education that encourages stronger networks within communities. This in turn helps to maintain greater retention levels.

Greater sustainability

In2Ed Africa prepares children for life. This means that we promote a hands on approach to learning where children connect to community and industry, gaining skills that are related to real world experiences. Therefore should a child leave school at the end of primary, they are prepared for new work possibilities in areas such as sustainable fishing and farming, tailoring, metal work, weaving or digital technology.


By having a focus on skills training as well as the academic requirements of the curriculum, we will be able to empower children to become self-reliant and productive members of their community. They will have the employable skills required for high-demand sectors and will be able to support themselves and their families in a sustainable community.

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