Mwanza International School is a primary school teaching the British National Curriculum to local and expatriate children in Mwanza, Tanzania. The school was founded in 2012 by Barry and Ruth Clement and is situated on the Capri Point promontory overlooking the shores of Lake Victoria
Now that our primary is well established, we are beginning secondary classes with Year 7 in August 2021 as we continue to develop and grow as an institution. We will add an older class each year up to Year 11. The first IGCSE exams will be administered in June 2026.
Mwanza International School is a non-profit-making organisation. Any surplus in the budget is reinvested in school facilities.
The Education Directors: Ruth and Barry Clement have a long history in international education having both been heads of schools in UK, Cyprus and Tanzania, including a previous major development in Mwanza.
The Headmaster is Barry Kennedy, an experienced school head with over 15 years’ experience in school leadership. The school recruits teachers from across the world. All teachers are qualified and experienced in the British curriculum. In our recruitment we look especially for teachers with a high level of commitment.
Mwanza International School is a primary school following the British curriculum.
Wanted for September 2021
- Teachers should be qualified and experienced in teaching the British curriculum.
- Candidates should have English of the standard of a first language speaker.
- Applicants should be experienced in primary school management.
Mr Paschal Kamara
Mwanza International School,
P.O. Box 700,
Capri Point, Mwanza.