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French Fashion Show 2017

Aujourd’hui, l’année 6 a tenu son défilé de mode français annuel. Le thème de cette année était les drapeaux africains et les enfants vêtus des couleurs du drapeau d’un pays africain. Beaucoup de pays étaient représentés, mais le plus populaire … Continue reading

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A very special visitor

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 … Continue reading

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Learning Runyankore – Rukiga with Molly

Class AS were visited by Molly on Thursday to learn about Uganda and the local language Runyankore – Rukiga. Molly gave a presentation about Uganda with the children learning about the national symbols and why the colours of the Ugandan … Continue reading

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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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The School We’d Like Competition – Update

We are delighted to report that Liss Junior’s entry has been selected to go through to the national final of the Guardian Teacher Network and Zurich Municipal The School We’d Like competition. To read more please visit: www.theguardian.com/teacher-network/zurich-school-competition-national-finalists-2014

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Uganda 2013 Day 13 – Final thoughts

I’m sitting in the sterile atmosphere of Doha Airport writing this final blog of the trip. Once again it’s been an amazing experience, and coming home leaves me with very mixed emotions. I could easily spend six months in Mweya … Continue reading

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