Dating back to the 1970s, the school in Maputo, Mozambique, is small with around 40 to 50 students in total of preschool and compulsory school age. Run as a Scandinavian school, it follows the Swedish curriculum but is also suitable for Danish and Norwegian pupils with native language lessons. “As our school is small, we have great opportunities to adapt the teaching to each pupil’s individual needs,” says headmaster Clara Björkhem. “We have mixedage classes that can be tailored with additional challenges to fit the required knowledge level.”