Welcome to Umubano Academy, where our vision is to create the next generation of Rwandan leaders by equipping girls and boys with the critical thinking, cooperative learning, life skills, and academic competencies to solve problems so that they can create a better future for themselves and the country.
After completing primary leavers' examinations, we congratulate our P6 graduates and wish them good luck in their future. We are ready to host them in our S1 and continue providing them with quality secondary education they deserve. The time we have already spent together was a such great success!
Umubano Academy is a Nursery, Primary and Lower secondary School, founded by British NGO, A Partner in Education. The school has a teaching staff of 19 dedicated East-Africans and 7 support staff.
Together with our founding partner, APIE, we work with a variety of key educational and training partners to provide the best opportunities for students and staff
A Partner in Education founded the school in 2010 and has been an active partner throughout the school's journey who provide support with teacher training, capacity development and the financial running of the school. APIE also provides scholarship placements for 30 students at Umubano Academy.
At Wroxham we believe that the most effective school is one where individuality and difference are celebrated and everyone is valued. Our school mission statement is “Working together, aiming high”.
Dolphin is a modern and forward-thinking independent day school and nursery for boys and girls aged 3 to 13 in the heart of rural Berkshire. At the very heart of our educational philosophy, is our belief that children learn best when they are happy, secure and inspired.
OLT provides flexible professional development for teachers and teaching assistants who support children and young people with special educational needs.
We partnered with Library for All, a digital Library Platform, to access 80+ ereaders on our tablets. These story books and non-fiction ereaders allow our students to access reading material in English and Kinyarwanda.
Fantastic Phonics released its reading program to the developing world in 2005, which is particularly suitable for the low technology environment of emerging communities, and provides a solid literacy backbone.
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