Updates for Kafuro & Liss

There’s been lots going on in the background of the Twinning Project at the moment. Firstly, Mr Stanley received an email from Yowasi which thanked all of the children at Liss for their fundraising efforts that have allowed Kafuro Primary School to renew  their internet subscription,

“Last Thursday, I went to Kasese to meet Robinson for the internet subscription at the Orange shop. Thanks to Liss Junior School and your good self for the good work and support given to our school.
This is to mention that the new subscription will help in opening e-mails for teachers, personal contact as regarding educational topics and general learning between Ugandan classes and UK classes.”
Secondly, Mr Stanley has booked a flight out to Uganda as soon as the summer holidays begin at Liss. He hopes to visit Kafuro Primary School during his stay. A bid has also been submitted to hopefully allow exchange visits to take place in the coming months.
Thirdly, spring has finally arrived in England and after the longest winter in many years we are beginning to experience more pleasant temperatures.
This term the main curriculum focus at Liss is on rivers and settlements. The River Rother runs through the centre of Liss. We would like to ask the children at Kafuro Primary School. What do you know about rivers? What are the most important considerations in establishing a settlement?
We await your answers and would like to compare them to the ideas of children at Liss Junior School.
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