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About shakilah

Hi Everyone !!!!

So nice meeting you here. Well, am Shakilah Huda from Rihamu Junior School. I have been at this school since 2004. I specifically teach English and Reading from 8 to 10 years. I was born as teacher and I really enjoy my job. Its such a wonderful feeling being called Madam Shakilah by all the children even when am walking on African streets!!!

I was born from western Uganda. My school is appr. 360kms away from the Kampala – The capital city of Uganda.

So nice sharing with you something small about me!

Shakilah Huda
Head Teacher – Rihamu Junior School -Kasese – East Africa

Appreciation

We are so happy and delighted for the contribution from Hambledon Primary School for the 5000 water tank. Before this, it was a big struggle to meet all our school water requirements, from the water we use to cook, drink … Continue reading

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4 Memorable Days at Rihamu Junior School

What started as a big dream finally came to fruition. It was on Friday 02nd August 2019, when the visiting team from the UK entered the school gate. Cheers and happy moments started flowing and everyone was excited the whole … Continue reading

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Training for the Upcoming Conservation Competitions!!

This evening the school tag rugby and football teams have been training hard for the upcoming conservation cup. It’s been a wonderful experience trying out the tag rugby for the second time. Thanks to the CM Sports team for the … Continue reading

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UK Visitors at Rihamu Junior School!!!!!!!

It was on Friday 02nd 2019 when we received 08 visitors from the UK. As a dream come true, both the children and staff at Rihamu had for a long time been looking forward for this great day, time can … Continue reading

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Rihamu Junior School Welcomes Mr. Paul Davies and UK visitors!!!!

We are very excited to learn about the landing of all our visitors. This visit has been long awaited by the staff and pupils of Rihamu Junior School. We really can’t wait interacting with Miss Duncan and Mr Davies, Nick, … Continue reading

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Rihamu Junior School in a Community Clean – Up Exercise

Greetings Everyone!! Community Clean up exercises are top on the list of our School Social activities. During these exercises, we clean community areas, parks, markets, bus stations and the elders homes in the community. We use local brooms, polythene bags, … Continue reading

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Rihamu Junior School Pupil looked at the National Parks in Uganda and the UK

There are 10 National Parks in Uganda Murchison Falls National Park is the largest National Park in Uganda and is the most visited! Queen Elizabeth National Park is the second largest National Park in Uganda Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is … Continue reading

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Letters From Hambledon!!!!

Greetings to you all!! We are very happy to receive letters from the pupils of Hambledon School. We have waited for these letter for 3 weeks and finally we have them here! The pupils are too excited and are planning … Continue reading

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First PLE Sitting for Rihamu Junior School

Hello from Rihamu Junior School Today, we are happy and excited to have our very first Primary Seven sit for the Primary Leaving Exams. It’s been a very long journey. Having started with P.1 to P.3 classes. We kept on … Continue reading

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Harvest Festival & Food Waste

Hi Everyone, The children and teachers at Rihamu Junior School are surprised to read about a lot of food waste in UK and look forward to share their views on ways the children in UK can use to avoid food … Continue reading

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