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Keep up-to-date with new developments at School Aid.

School Aid books make a difference to Schools in Tanzania
Josh Palfreman, our representative in Tanzania, works with our partners and recipient schoools, ensuring smooth shipment and delivery.
School Aid receives huge support from the South West
Sandra Maizels, S.W. Region Co-ordinator for School Aid, continues to create links with local schools in the area.
Chalfont St Giles Infant and Junior Schools have a Book Swap
Clare Junak, General Manager of School Aid, was very pleased to give assemblies at Chalfont St Giles Infants and Junior Schools on World Book Day, highlighting the work of School Aid.
Usborne Books put to good use
We are so grateful for our partnership with Usborne Books, whose donations of such wonderful books have made such a difference to the lives of children in parts of Africa and the UK.
Second shipment of the year going to Tanzania
School Aid has linked up with Steve Scorer, a volunteer with Voluntary Service Overseas, to provide Secondary Schools with Maths, Science and English Textbooks. 
Reading Clubs in Lesotho
The first School Aid Reading Clubs are being rolled out in Lesotho.  
Children from Cosmo City Primary School enjoy being read to
School Aid Johannesburg Volunteers Co-ordinator, Sarah Bradfield, reads to Grade 3s in Cosmo City Primary 1 Library. 
World Book Day
Thank you very much Davenies School, Chalfont St Peter Infant School and Chalfont St Peter Church of England Academy for collecting books for us on World Book Day.    
Communication Week at School Aid
Everyone is welcome to come along at 11am this week for an update on what is happening at School Aid. We will be serving tea and coffee and some delicious scones.
Extra volunteers help at the warehouse during half term week
Half Term week is always good fun when volunteers bring their children in to help with the sorting and packing of books but this half term we also had Percy the dog helping us!