South Africa trip adds up for teacher
July 25 2008
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A primary school teacher has returned to England after dedicating two weeks to teaching in South Africa.
Year two teacher at Bignold Primary School and Nursery Cherri Moseley took part in a special scheme to help train teachers how best to teach maths in a creative way, reports the Norwich Evening News.
These teachers will go on to help some of the poorest children in the country develop their maths skills.
The 52-year-old told the paper that her time in South Africa was an "amazing experience".
She added: "I would most definitely go again in a shot because it is something which is making such a difference, something you can see and you do not always get that in life."
It recently emerged that the National College for School Leadership in England will be teaming up with the Western Cape Education Department in South Africa to help train school business managers in the country.
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