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Learning to count in Runyankore – Rukiga

In Uganda this summer Mr Stanley and Mrs Green sat down one Sunday morning with Vicent, a teacher from Bukorwe Primary School. Mrs Green got Vicent to write down some of the most common words in the local language. There … Continue reading

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Experimenting with sustainable building materials

Class AS have been looking at different forms of building as part of The School Grounds We’d Like project. We were particularly interested in the way that Kafuro Primary School can make structures out of cane, banana twine and banana … Continue reading

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The School Grounds We’d Like – Friday update

Today the groups have been working very hard at deciding on their final ideas. Each group evaluated the strengths and weaknesses of their five proposals and then decided on one idea to take forward. The groups have settled on the … Continue reading

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Last Day in Class AS

Well there we are, the last day in Class AS for the 2013 -14 cohort. Where did the time go? It only seems like yesterday that it was the beginning of September. Anyway, the Year 6s put on a wonderful … Continue reading

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The School We’d Like: finalising an idea and starting the research

This morning the children in Class AS have been finalising their ideas and beginning their research into their chosen project. The names of the groups, the children in the group and the chosen project are listed below: Bob the Blobfish … Continue reading

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Uganda 2013 Day 6 – Lost in translation

One of the people I haven’t mentioned so far is Jackie, one of the waitresses at Tembo Canteen. She is absolutely lovely and works very long hours for not very much pay. I would like to think that I have … Continue reading

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