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More musings from Henry

Kafuro Day 2 I started the day by encountering a herd of elephants. The herd included a few babies. This gave an exciting start to the day. As we arrived in Kafuro School, we were warmly greeted by the pupils … Continue reading

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A day in the life of a ranger at Queen Elizabeth Country Park

Today, the children at Liss Junior School were visited again by Joe Williams, the ranger from Queen Elizabeth Country Park. Joe’s assembly focused on a typical day in the life of a ranger at Queen Elizabeth Country Park. Joe talked … Continue reading

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Bees and Primary Six

On Saturday, our bees expert Mr. Bitwababo Solomon and some selected children from primary six class with our teacher Mr. Byaruhanga Yowasi went to check on our bees at the park boundaries. Solomon was very happy meeting us all in … Continue reading

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Water Diaries: The results and some conclusions

At the end of last term pupils in Kafuro and Liss kept water usage diaries for a week to see how much water they consumed. All the data was submitted to Mr Stanley at the end of the Easter holidays … Continue reading

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Stu the ranger’s trip to Uganda – Day 3

After a couple of quiet days, things are starting to happen. More unforgiving temperatures in Entebbe coupled with Dutch and Irish tourists checking into my guest house and chatting into the small hours combine to make it another endless night. … Continue reading

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