Primary and Secondary Schools

The primary objective of ADPP primary and secondary schools remains to provide education for vulnerable children and young people with little chance of entering secondary school. Emphasis is given to life skills, sports and cultural activities aimed at creating a lively and active school.

 

ADPP operate two primary schools with 802 students and two secondary schools with 1,582 students, totalling 2,384 students.

 

ADPP’s 2 primary schools are: The Children’s Town in Maputo and Ants of the Future in Chimoio. The school programme combines the normal primary school curriculum with life skills learning.

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