April 25, 2017

The Project 3580 team have just returned from their most recent trip to Sierra Leone over the Easter holidays. A team from Penrice Academy, Stratford School and Great Barr School joined me for 8 days. The last 18 months has seen the construction of a new block of 3 cla...

March 6, 2017

Friday on Fire

It was a silent Friday evening. Everybody had left school, and there were cold drops falling from the growing clouds. The campus was cold. It was hard to see inside of the building through the window because of slight fog and frost and the posters stickin...

March 6, 2017

A very good article highlighting the importance that education can make to the lives of girls in Sierra Leone.

http://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/01/gender-dangerous-lives-of-girls-around-the-world/

March 2, 2017

Project 3580 firmly believes that access to education is one of the key foundations to improving the level of development of the children of Kissitown Camp. This is borne out by the attainment of Desmond Sannoh - a student who has benefitted from the work that we have...

March 2, 2017

Our trip during the Easter break 2016, was a real eye-opener. The Ebola outbreak had ended and news coverage had finished - out of sight out of mind. However, the effects of the virus are clearly seen at the Ebola Cemetery; a stones throw from the camp and our school....

March 1, 2017

On Saturday 25th February, Christiana Dean from Year 11 led a Sponsored Horse Ride at the Eden Project in support of our International Charity Project, #Penrice3580.

How long have you been riding?

I’ve been riding horses and showjumping for as long as I can remember, hav...

March 1, 2017

Penrice Academy Students Raise £12,000 in just FOUR WEEKS.

On Thursday 9th February 2017, over 700 students from all years at Penrice Academy took part in a Sponsored Fun Run – the first whole school event supporting the school’s International Charity Project, #Penrice3...

March 1, 2017

Penrice Academy Students to Ship Container of School Equipment to Africa

Students at Penrice have begun planning for this academic year’s International Charity Project.

The mission; to send a shipping container with clothes, toys, school and medical equipment to children...

March 1, 2017

Project 3580 was founded in 2008 after I visited the country with 2 colleagues. The aim has always been to improve the education and life chances of the displaced people in Kissitown refugee camp, just outside Waterloo. Here, some of the world's poorest live in a daily...

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