Containers joined together create new classrooms for students
Basden Anglican High School does specialise in educating students from the local squatter settlements. Yet it does more than this, with their inspirational leader, Principal Mika second chance education for those who having slipped away for a few years, are now being offered entry back into school. With support from two generous and gracious Australian ladies the school has also modified containers to create new classrooms for its growing roll.
The team learning and sharing at Basden
The team heard the testimony of this years head boy, a 22-year old returning to school this year to try again. Another young man had previously spent time in prison, and he too was now using his musical skills, writing songs and back at Basden, start over again. From these inspirational testimonies, Mel stood up and shared her story.
Students at Basden College get a second chance at education.
A loving home, needing to discover her own faith, and now wanting to serve God with all her heart. “I would never have had the courage to do this before this mission, its given me such confidence, and I want to encourage others to go all out for God” she said afterwards. Singing, testimonies and sports followed.