Sunday, 25 March 2012


Our children in the Happy House school are getting a headstart in learning languages.
Multilingualism is common in Kenya, and by the time they are five most kids are speaking their own tribal language, plus swahili, and English which is used as the common language in Kenyan schools.
So there was an immediate  "oui" to adding French to the curriculum in the Happy House school from staff and pupils and even the youngest pupils are getting to grips with their first French words.
Thanks to a very generous donor, Mama Sue, whilst in the UK, was been able to buy French language teaching aids to give them a head start.