Wednesday, 16 March 2016

School Report: Progress is a family affair

Parents and guardians have been into school to find out how their children have been getting on in the first term of the year.
Mr Muramba reports:
Teachers discuss progress with both the student and their parents so that everyone is well informed and knows what is expected of them.
For kids living at Happy House,  Mama and
Uncle Billy meet with teacher and child and they have also reviewed the results of those youngsters who have returned to live with relatives but who have free places in our school so they too know they are still under Mama's caring, watchful and encouraging eye!
Gussy Bunbury, a volunteer from the UK, has been assisting pupils in English reading.
Pupils who won through the first heat are also busy getting ready for the next round of the inter-schools ball games which take place soon.

Boots Appeal

A couple of weeks ago, we appealed for large size football boots.Ideally, sizes 7 to 12 (yes, some of our boys have very big feet). If you do have some please could you get them to Elizabeth in the next week.
Thank you, you would make some aspiring young footballers very happy!