SHOULD BRITISH SCHOOLS SET UP BRANCHES IN ZAMBIA? The High Commissioner writes: The best British schools offer an outstanding education to their pupils. Not only do they help their pupils get excellent exam results, but they also teach them to think and to construct an argument. They foster initiative and teach leadership. They encourage their pupils always to strive to do their best. The nurture social skills and self-confidence. These are all attributes that help pupils to thrive in the adult world.
Some of the top British schools have opened campuses elsewhere in the world, mainly in SE Asia. Should they be thinking of doing so in Zambia?