And they have a Kenyan friend to help them!
Our voluntary coordinator Elizabeth Gomm took a wooden, figure , hand-carved in Watamu, along to school when she gave a talk in assembly yesterday, introducing him as Musyoka the Masai.
And she left him in the safe hands of the school family to watch over a display they are putting together about our Happy House and its work, until the mid term holiday.
Elizabeth, Auntie Libby to our Happy House family and now to Holy Family too, told them all about Mama Sue, Papa Dave and the stories of some of our children.
Thanks to head teacher Helen Moreton, learning mentor Jane Mather and all the school for making her so welcome, and a special thank you to Charlotte Barber, chair of the school council, who introduced Happy House into school.
Elizabeth is pictured with the school council.