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Daily Archives: August 13, 2018
on behalf of the school,i thank you for the letters received from sheet primary school to our our school in uganda. we were very much pleased because our school children were very interested in receiving the letters. we also replied … Continue reading
We are very delighted about our friendship with Hambledon Primary school. The long awaited visit finally came. We received five visitors – Katie Foster, Ash, Kate, Lisa and Nick … All great people! We enjoyed the local dance together…We liked … Continue reading
let me take this chance to thank the headteacher,staff and the learners of west meon school for the letters you sent to our school on 2 august 2018 with Mr Adam. The headteacher and the staff of mahyoro primary school … Continue reading
on monday all schools connected to queen elizabeth national parks went for a cluster meeting at mweya; kyambura primary school was represented by moses. We Shared important issues about the twinning project. we learnt how to type and save the … Continue reading
This morning we have been introduced to the blog by Adam. We are too excited about the opportunity to be able to share information about Rihamu Junior School and our community. This platform makes it possible to quickly communicate and … Continue reading
mahyoro wish to extend its great happiness to the community of west meon school in uk for the great support you are giving us.
On Monday 13th August, Ugandan teachers met at Hippo House, Mweya. They trained with blogging and learned how to communicate effectively with schools in the UK.