Tag Archives: Sanitation

More from Mr Thembo’s trip to the UK

After two very busy but enjoyable weeks, Mr Stephen Thembo—the headteacher of Kafuro Primary School—has returned to Uganda. Mr Thembo taught in all four year groups at the Junior School and also in Year 2 at the infant school. He … Continue reading

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A Ugandan Celebration

As our Ugandan Exchange comes to an end, we finished in style at Hambledon Primary with a celebration of our links with Rihamu Junior School.  This was an opportunity to demonstrate what both schools have learnt from each other and … Continue reading

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Connecting Classrooms and Strengthening Bonds

Madam Shakilah has enjoyed her week teaching at Hambledon; almost as much as the children have enjoyed having her in their classrooms.  The children have been so excited to welcome her into class and have thoroughly enjoyed her lessons.  These … Continue reading

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‘Sanitation’s What You Need…’

Owls class have been learning about the importance of good sanitation. Diarrhoea kills more children than HIV/AIDS, malaria and measles combined. Almost 1 billion lack access to safe drinking water. More than 2.3 billion people lack access to safe sanitation. … Continue reading

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Sanitation Assembly at Liss

Today, Rowan Class presented their assembly about sanitation to the pupils and parents of Liss. This encompassed of all the work that we have carried out this term as well as showing how we have worked together with our friends … Continue reading

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Making Tippy – Taps at Liss

Our study of sanitation took on a more practical feel this week as the Year 6 children at Liss made their own tippy – taps. Before we began our builds, we discussed why they would be needed. We discussed that … Continue reading

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Sanitation Studies

Today, Year 6 at Liss Junior School started the sanitation study unit at school. Firstly, we discussed what sanitation means and came up with the following definition, ‘The systems for taking dirty water and other waste products away from buildings in order to protect people’s health’ We also learned what the acronym WASH means: … Continue reading

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Uganda Day 10: 2019

Resorting back to my usual French toast at Tembo for breakfast this morning, I was ready for a busy day ahead at Kafuro.  Ronnie drove Paul and I (very smoothly, the complete opposite to Joffrey) to Kafuro. Shakilah met us at … Continue reading

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Uganda 2019: Day 9 – Sanitation, Sanitation, Sanitation!

Up early to visit Katwe Boarding School.  Karen has donated a new first aid kit to the guides group and we popped along to see how they’re doing.  The girls greeted us with two excellent songs and I got to … Continue reading

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Sanitation work begins at Kafuro

The money raised by Liss pupils to improve sanitation at Kafuro Primary School has already been put to good use. Yesterday, workers from Sanitation Africa arrived at the school and today they began the work of draining and upgrading the … Continue reading

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