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Greetings to all our friends in Kafuro and thank you to to Moris for organising the Kafuro blog post with all the details of what is happening at Kafuro this term. We started our new term at Liss on September … Continue reading
It was an early start for everyone today as the others were going to Katunguru while Mrs Green and I would be spending our first day at Kafuro. We went to breakfast at the Safari Hostel where the main subject … Continue reading
This afternoon, Mr Stanley received an email from the British Council to say that Liss Junior School has received full International Schools Award reaccreditation from the British Council. The notes received from the British Council said… “Liss Junior School. Your … Continue reading
Greetings to all of our friends in Kafuro and also at other UK and Ugandan schools. This afternoon was School Grounds Day at Liss Junior School where the whole school works on various projects. This included: Putting up lard balls … Continue reading
In art, Year 6 children at Liss have been creating their own African-style shopping bags. they looked at a range of African art and patterns before experimenting with their own patterns and creating tiles with which to print. The children … Continue reading
Dear Mr. Dalloul, Thanks for all your great work in this best internet providing company. I’m a Ugandan teacher based at Kafuro Primary School in Western Uganda just bordering Queen Elizabeth National. Kafuro Primary School’s children have written their letters … Continue reading
Greetings to all our friends at Kafuro, other schools in the UK and Uganda and our friends around the world. Regular readers of our blog will know that for some years Kafurp Primary School have suffered from a poor internet … Continue reading
Warm greetings to our friends in Kafuro and throughout schools in the UK and Uganda involved in the Queen Elizabeth Parks Project. Also a big ‘Hello’ to the Czech and Belgian teachers who visited our school and who are likely … Continue reading