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Uganda celebration event at Liss Junior School

Uganda Celebration Event Many thanks to all the pupils and parents who attended our Uganda Celebration. We were joined by Mr. Davies and Mrs. Masika, the headteachers of Hambledon Primary School and Rihamu Junior School respectively. We were also visited … Continue reading

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More from Mr Thembo’s trip to the UK

After two very busy but enjoyable weeks, Mr Stephen Thembo—the headteacher of Kafuro Primary School—has returned to Uganda. Mr Thembo taught in all four year groups at the Junior School and also in Year 2 at the infant school. He … Continue reading

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Beginning Wants & Needs work at Liss

Year 6 have begun their work on the wants and needs learning that Miss Duncan and Mr Davies began when they visited Kafuro and Rihamu during the summer. Our first task was to draw around the outline of a pupil … Continue reading

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Uganda 2019: Day 7 – Teaching at Rihamu

I have has many fantastic days as a teacher over the last 20 years. Today was definitely another. I awoke feeling excited. My first day teaching at Rihamu Primary School. As I boarded the bus for the hour journey to … Continue reading

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Uganda Day 2: 2019

Well rested after a good night’s sleep, we walked through the (empty) zoo to breakfast – a full English of course, hopefully we’ll be brave enough to try some authentic food soon! Whilst we were packing our things, the animals … Continue reading

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