Volunteers from Liberal Arts Join Warwick in Africa
Volunteers from Liberal Arts are joining Warwick in Africa over the summer months, a programme which works in partnership with African schools to support educational development. First year student Marco Casanova will work as a Volunteer Teacher in Agona East, Ghana, assisting teachers by delivering high-impact lessons and extra-curricular activities. He is pictured here [right] with Ghanaian teacher Kingsley Amesedzi, one of a growing network of Lead Teachers in our partner schools.
Dr Kirsten Harris is collaborating with South African Lead Teachers Thandi Ntsoele and Anthony Mkhabele [pictured below] to deliver a professional development workshop for English teachers in the Soweto area. More details about Warwick in Africa, including information about how to support the programme, can be found on its web page.