Ugandan resource boxes

In Class AS this week we have been beginning to look at conservation, in particular how we could conserve the resources we have at the school. The children toured the school and wrote down all the things they feel could be improved prior to writing a report next week.

 

We also had a look at the contents of our Ugandan boxes. Mr Stanley, Mrs Buckle (Clanfield)  and Mrs Johnson (Hartplain) used some of the money raised by the children to buy artefacts from Uganda. The children particularly liked the Kafuro school uniform and Tom and Sophie modelled them for the class. George particularly liked an exam paper written in the local language and he is going to ask Yowasi to teach him this so he can attempt the exam.

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One Response to Ugandan resource boxes

  1. Kath Miles says:

    It will be interesting to hear the ideas that you come up with for conservation at Liss Junior School.

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