Africa’s leading School Improvement Subscription service, designed to transform your school from the inside, out.

Usawa exists to enable African education to be at the forefront of the global learning revolution. Usawa does this by empowering schools, communities and stakeholders to grow schools in their own way.

This is achieved by exploring effective innovative and holistic ideas for ethos, vision, models of learning and school organisation from around the world, yet is applicable and accessible to their context. This ultimately allows a school to take control of its own future.
The Why, What & How of Usawa
The Usawa WHY?
The Usawa WHAT?
The Usawa HOW?

Free School Development Diagnostic

To know which direction to steer your whole school development, you first need to reflect on where you are. Download our Free School Development Diagnostic and begin that journey. 

How Usawa Transforms Education



We enable schools to contextualise (and decolonise) their establishments and curriculum by understanding, addressing and meeting the needs, aspirations and challenges of their students and the local/national/regional context.



We help ‘foster strong relationships between school, stakeholders, and the wider community - leading to effective, collaborative and inclusive school improvement, and effective learning partnerships.’



We support schools in developing an increasingly holistic approach to whole school development planning, and curriculum design, by viewing both through the lenses of heart, head and hands.



We support schools in realising the potential of their students by reimagining how education can be innovatively delivered in their context, so students are prepared for life and work in the 21st Century.

The Time For Schools And Their Communities To Take Control Of Their Future Success Is Now!

Usawa puts the school and its community in control of their development, their curriculum and how their progress is assessed.  By doing so, Usawa enables schools and their students to become exactly what they are meant to be.

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