At Happy House, Mama Sue and the children are preparing for one big party to celebrate two special birthdays. In April, it will be both Papa Dave's birthday and Evans, who will soon be starting work at Happy House having been in our family since he was a small boy, will be 21! The party will be at Mama and Papa's house and it's going to have an animal theme and that involves some serious research and colourful masks!
Thursday, 4 March 2021
The start the week assembly at Happy House School gave Mama Sue a chance to fire the enthusiasm for exams. In her inspirational style she urged the youngsters to make the most of revision time, to ask teachers if they were in doubt of anything, and to just do their very best. At Happy House, youngsters look forward to exams and these will also signal the coming Easter break. Papa Dave, their personal Radio Watamu, brought them the latest football news.
Wednesday, 3 March 2021
Tuesday, 2 March 2021
Meet some of our Happy House girls who today hope to bring their own sunshine flooding into your homes and hearts.
Evans, who filmed the vide, said: "We know it is often cold and wet where many of you live, so please just open your doors and our kids will bring the sunshine flooding in.
"Our family the family is really thinking about you in in these hard times. We are happy for what you do to keep this family going.
"Please stay safe and remember that the Happy House family loves you all."
Monday, 1 March 2021
Sunday, 28 February 2021
He joined his sister Rukia who had been in our care since 2010. The children were in the care of their grandmother who was not able to look after them or to send them to school. Safe at Happy House both children have flourished and Saidi has discovered a talent for making people laugh. When the children performed a version of The Three Little Pigs, Saidi was cast in the role of the Big Bad Wolf and had everyone laughing!
Saturday, 27 February 2021
We continue to bring you news of the success of remedial classes at Happy House School. Children from lower primary classes who were struggling in a particular subject are or who had missed out because of the pandemic were the first to benefit from the classes with dedicated rooms and teaching staff. And how they have improved. Our David Hayward, who you will all know as a very special little boy who has overcome so many obstacles, managed to achieve an amazing 78 per cent in his recent maths exam - after just three weeks of remedial teaching. Now the classes are being extend to those youngsters who need them from upper primary. And because of the way they have been presented to the youngsters they are eager and keen to attend - everyone wants to take up on the opportunity to be the best they can be.