New Headmaster for Nianjema
“Good discipline for both teachers and students helps to improve academic performance,” says Anthony Emmanuel Nyenshile the new headmaster for the Nianjema Secondary and High School. His appointment is exciting not only because he was the first teacher employed at Nianjema but also because Mr. Nyenshile was able to complete his University degree through the generosity of Nianjema supporters (through the Tanzanian Education Fund).
“Anthony is highly qualified and focuses on student achievement. He is a very hardworking and his students always performed well,” says School Manager Charlie Sloan. “As headmaster Anthony will bring new enthusiasm and dedication to continued enhancement of our school.”
The new headmaster will continue to support the school’s emphasis on speaking, reading and writing in English, one of two official languages of Tanzania. Kiswahili, the primary official language, is also emphasized at the school.
Mr. Nyenshile served on the Nianjema faculty for 8 years as a teacher, academic master, second master and discipline master. He is a graduate of Mount Meru University - Arusha Tanzania with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education, majoring in geography, guidance and counseling. He also holds a Diploma in Education from Mtwara Teacher's College - Tanzania.
Born in 1974 in Ubaruku village at Mbarali District - Mbeya Region Tanzania, Mr. Nyenshile was educated at Ubaruku Primary School, Minaki Secondary School and Meta High School
He succeeds Emmanuael Senavuri, who was the first to hold the headmaster position and who has retired.