Week ending 23rd
It is always good to see the children
letting off steam before settling down to their studies in
class. The equipment that we have is all locally made and has a
tough workout for the children. We have had to make a few
repairs but I think that it is surviving well, given the level
of use and punishment.
After a hectic break-time it is good to
see children settling to quietly work in the Library.
Week ending 16th
This week sees the new term begin, with
Ramadam (from 12 April). This is a tough time with Adults
fasting during daylight hours (no food or Water).
For those that can eat Susan still prepares
food in the kitchen for break-time. Very hard if you're fasting
The youngsters from Lower Basic are
enjoying the football match that happens often on our sports
floor during break-time.
Meanwhile in Skills Numeracy, our new
teacher, Baboucarr Njie is helping to teach basic maths to the
students to support their other studies. Mr Njie has Primary
teaching qualifications that cover his maths but his advanced
qualifications are in English. This makes him an ideal person to
help in the skills centre to complete our team.