The Tanzania Christian Farm Development Trust (TCFDT) has long been dedicated to providing quality care for the children of Kazima, as well as those in the surrounding local community. We are committed to fostering a safe, secure, and nurturing environment where young minds can flourish.

After prayerful deliberation and planning in recent months, we are excited to share our project proposal for building the first Private Christian Primary School in our area.

The initial phase of our plan, Phase 1, involves the construction of two classrooms designed for Nursery and Pre-Primary education, complemented by an administrative office and a toilet block. We have scheduled the commencement of this phase for July 2023, with completion by December 2023. The estimated cost for Phase 1 is £53,500.

Upon the successful completion of Phase 1, we will immediately embark on Phase 2. This involves building seven additional classrooms for P1 – P7 students, a staff room, and a library. We aim for Phase 2 to be completed by the end of 2024, with an estimated cost of £134,800.

The total estimated cost for this transformative project, aimed at enhancing the quality of education in our community, stands at £188,300. This investment aligns with TCFDT’s commitment to nurturing our children and serving the local community.

In response to the increasing demand for quality day care services, our primary focus is to serve working parents with children aged between 3 to 6 years. Our teaching team, which includes a dedicated full-time in-house teacher, will ensure all students receive the necessary support and guidance, particularly children with special educational needs.

As our school grows, we envisage expanding to cater to all key stage 1 and 2 age groups. Currently, TCFDT invests over £10,000 annually in private school tuition, a figure that’s set to rise to £15,000 with more children beginning their school journeys soon. The establishment of our own school will not only curtail these costs significantly but also generate revenue via school fees, helping to offset the running costs. With these measures in place, we anticipate the school becoming self-financing within approximately 5 years.

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