Preparations for Uganda 2016

The school holidays may have begun in the UK, but Mr Stanley has been very busy in the UK as he prepares for this year’s visit to Uganda. Mr Stanley has been compiling letters and class photos to take out to Kafuro as well as sorting out scout uniforms that have been donated by parents. He has also been measuring the height of sunflowers at Liss as he will be judging the competition between the two schools for the tallest sunflower. At the moment the Liss sunflowers appear taller but the Kafuro plants are actually flowering.

Larry the leopard has also made an appearance after a long period of inactivity. He is guarding an autographed rugby ball, which will be raffled out in Uganda to raise funds for conservation projects.

Meanwhile in Uganda, Yowasi has taken delivery of a great deal of rugby equipment that Mr Stanley bought. This will be used for training and the tournament itself on Saturday week.

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2 Responses to Preparations for Uganda 2016

  1. Jake Ball says:

    If you build a cob oven, what would the Kafuro school children cook in it? Do they cook pizza like us and what kind of toppings would they put on their pizzas?

  2. Caroline Pritchard says:

    Have a safe journey Mr Stanley, I will look forward to your updates when you ahve a chance to post.

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