The Sussex family have returned to Cambodia after a season of Leave and Home Service here in New Zealand. Becky is returning to her role teaching at the HOPE International School. In fact, the whole family have connections to the school: the Children attend the school and Phil is on the school's board.
The school exists to support missionary and other Christian expatriate families who are working with the people of Cambodia and the surrounding regions. The school embraces the diversity of God’s people, with over 400 students representing over 25 nationalities, from Preschool to Year 12.
Since a picture really is worth a thousand words, Phil and Becky have sent us this video clip that helps us get an idea of what the school looks like and how big it really is.
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