On Friday Class AS welcomed Muhudi, our twinned teacher from Uganda, to spend the morning with the class. In the first session, Class AS and Class KR shared their Cultural Museum exhibits with Muhudi. He asked some questions then he shared the exhibits from the Kafuro Cultural Museum. The children had many intelligent questions and Muhudi managed to answer them all.
After morning break Muhudi and Mr Stanley led a session on how to make Ugandan rolex (rolled eggs). This is basically an omelette wrapped in a chapatti. Working in groups of six, the children had to roll and cook the chapattis, break the eggs and make the omelette mix before cooking the omelette. Muhudi wrapped the eggs in the chapattis and then the children were able to taste what they cooked. This was extremely popular and nothing was left at the end.
Class AS would like to thank Muhudi for sharing with them and hope he enjoys the rest of his visit.