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Background info on a school in Arusha

Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by coffeelatte, Apr 24, 2009.

  1. Does anyone know anything about a school that goes by the name of a roman emperor in Arusa, Tanzania?
    there are a few openings adertised this week and I am
  2. The Roman emperor school is a nightmare - poor management who have bullied and abused teachers - AVOID AT ALL COSTS
  3. The roman emperor school have this man as its new head

    a corrupt egotist with the responsibility of a childs death

    TES are doing teachers a disservice - let the truth be known about these schools - name and shame them to stop the abuse of students and international teachers!
  4. MisterMaker

    MisterMaker Occasional commenter

    We don't arf get some nutters treadng these boards. These poster needs an psych evaluation.
  5. the hippo

    the hippo Lead commenter Community helper

    A friend of mine, Mr J.C., was the deputy head at this school in Arusha. He said it was quite a good school, but then again this was a few years ago now. I wonder if there is a review of this saintly school on the ISR.
  6. Yeah you would too if you worked at this place !

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