Tag Archives: The School Grounds We’d Like

School Grounds Day – Class AS

As many children in Class AS would say…..Today was EPIC! We started very promptly at 9:10am and our first job was to plant 52 rosemary bushes on the steps close to the beehives so that when the plants mature and … Continue reading

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School Grounds Day at Liss

After nearly six months hard work planning and preparation today was School Grounds Day  at Liss Junior School. There were to be no curriculum lessons today; the entire day was to be devoted to developing the school grounds. Each class … Continue reading

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Excited about our new “School Grounds We Would Like”

Hello friends at Liss Junior school and the whole World. Thanks very much for your attention and heed to always read share and learn from our blog. Special greetings from your loved friends here in Uganda at Kafuro primary school … Continue reading

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Molly’s first day at Liss Junior School

It has been a busy and successful day for Molly at Liss Junior School. Mr Stanley picked her up from Mrs Buckle’s house early this morning and drove her to the school. After a quick tour of the school, Molly … Continue reading

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School Field We Would Like.

This week children from Primary Six and other two lower classes (as P7 is too busy to participate) came out through their school projects teacher to wriote the second letter to the headteacher to request her again for the school garden … Continue reading

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