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Hello everyone here! Rihamu Junior School would like to share with you some of the wonderful pictures of the animals in the Queen Elizabeth National Park and the Rwenzori Mountain with its snow – Come to think of snow in … Continue reading
It was a relative lay in for me today, but for the CM Sports group it was an early start. They were up for a 7.00am start with Mongoose trekking followed by a walk in the Rwenzoris and then a … 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
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
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.
Well, the good news is that we’ve arrived at Hippo House safe and well. As usual, it wouldn’t be a journey to Uganda without being highly eventful. This time, however, it wasn’t about us! We were picked up from Rowlands … Continue reading