Second term is always our favourite term with lots of activities.
This year our second term was brilliant especially in strengthening our team working with our international friends.
In the term, we were lucky to welcome the record breaker Henry Green, the first student since our relationship with Liss Junior School to step at Kafuro Primary School.
Henry Green is even the youngest “muzungu” to visit our school.
We were delighted by his skills in speaking, great talent in football and most importantly learning from him about life in UK and him also learning about fetching water the way of life in Uganda.
He had very many questions for us as we also had as many as questions for him.
Second term was also good that for the first time ever in history, Kafuro Primary School your link school appeared in the Dairy Monitor a newspaper read by more than 76% of the elite class in Uganda not forgetting major officers.
We are proud of Queen Elizabeth Twinning Project for all the organisation and making our school popular.
For the tag rugby tournment, we have made more friends by meeting several pupils from all schools that participated in Tag rugby tounment.
We are proud to be part of the Twinned Schools as we have learn more practical by baking in the older oven as we constructed our cob Oven.
In this wonderful term we received our greatest genorosity from Liss Junior school, the solar system.
Well done everyone for your support always.
Lots of things in strengthening our learning have happened and we can not mention them all here.
Receiving Adam, Heather and Henry plus Larry the leopard was awesome.
We ended our term on Thursday last week and we are on holiday till 26th Sept 2016.
Our class, Primary Seven, have done mock exams and we return to do our final examinations that take us to secondary next year.
We have been Lucky to be supported by Life Abundant Africa for our school fees and requirement a charity founded by Yowasi and Claire that we are able to stay in school.
We shall be posting over in the new term
By Wilber and Dickson