Tag Archives: Uganda

Which is the real Uganda?

In geography, we have started our new topic on Uganda and we look forward to seeing lots of parents at our assembly on Wednesday to find out about our learning. This week we have been looking at different photos of … Continue reading

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Dealing with misconceptions of Africa

Greetings and a Happy New Year to our friends at Kafuro and other schools involved in the Queen Elizabeth Parks Project. At Liss, we have just begun teaching our topic on Uganda. One of the misconceptions many people in the … Continue reading

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Ugandan style food tasting at Liss

As part of our focus on Uganda this term, children in Year 6 at Liss have been tasked with creating a Ugandan style meal. We have carried out some research on the internet; listened to Mr Stanley tell the pupils … Continue reading

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Latest Twinning Project Meeting – An introduction to St Lucia

Thursday was an opportunity for the UK co-ordinators of the Twinning Project to hold our half – termly meeting. We had a special guest at this meeting: we were joined by Martina Attille, a teacher specialising in film from London, … Continue reading

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Queen of Katwe review

This is the first film review on the Kafuro Liss blog, but Queen of Katwe is the first major film in many years which is actually based about ordinary Ugandan people as opposed to politicians such as Idi Amin (The … Continue reading

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