We are delighted to be launching a partnership with a school in Kenya.

Social responsibility is at the heart of everything we do. We strive to develop a sense of kindness, tolerance, integrity, and empathy to shape our students into socially responsible citizens at school and in their lives beyond Lymm High School.

Therefore, we are proud to announce the launch of our very own Afritwin: a long-term partnership with a school in Africa that we are incredibly lucky to now embrace as part of our own community.

Which school are we partnered with?  

Our mission is to work, collaborate and grow with a school where we can make a real change. To achieve this, our partnership has been established through the help of African Adventures: a unique travel company partnered with over 20 schools in developing areas of Ghana, Kenya and Zanzibar. Through careful consideration, they have skilfully matched the strengths of our school with St Trizah: a school that is still in its early stages of growth.

In a developing area of the country, St Trizah is a school in Kenya which provides a free education and daily meals to 220 students between the ages of 3 and 17, from pre-primary to secondary level. The school was founded in 2009 by Yuvenalis Mokua and has 15 classrooms. St Trizah used to provide an education to both day and boarding students, but after it relocated to a new plot of land, the boarding school closed, and St Trizah now operates solely as a day school.

What will our role be?

This exciting, long-term partnership will involve a variety of events, activities and continued support all year round for many years to come. We aim to build a long-lasting connection where we learn about St Trizah and their culture, whist fundraising to make an invaluable difference to a community across the world beyond our school walls.

Education is a powerful tool that can transform lives and communities. Unfortunately, many children in Kenya face significant barriers to accessing quality education. By fundraising for St Trizah and spreading awareness at Lymm, we can contribute to breaking down these barriers and providing opportunities for countless children to learn, grow, and build better futures.

Is there a school trip? 

Our unique school trip to Africa will give our students the opportunity to take their learning beyond the classroom and develop new skills, whilst contributing to real change in a developing community.

For students currently in Years 10–12, a trip to visit St Trizah is running for 13 nights from 13th July 2025. This exciting opportunity will allow us to see the true impact of our fundraising, embrace the community and immerse ourselves in their culture. Whilst on the trip, students will partake in teaching English to the students, coaching sports and building much needed classrooms and facilities. Beyond the volunteering, there are also opportunities to see the natural beauty of Kenya, learn the local dialect and take cooking classes in Kenyan cuisine.

For more information, click here.

Information evening – Monday 22nd January, 6pm

At the Information Evening, parents and students will be able to find out more and ask any questions about this exciting opportunity.  

Please register your attendance by visiting and click ‘Information evening details’. You can also scan the QR code below.