Monthly Archives: December 2014

Our Class Groups for 2014

Well our dear kids have studied so well, worked really hard and they’ve just come to the end of their academic year. Considering the really traumatic places many had come from, we’ve seen amazing changes in them–emotionally, physically, spiritually and … Continue reading

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End of Year Awards

At the end of the year we took time to recognize and give small prizes to a number of the pupils. Some went to those who scored the highest and second academically in each grade. Above, the School’s Director, Michael, … Continue reading

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Drama Team

Our Drama teacher, Teddy spent some good time with a group of the young people putting together a meaningful play.   It had beautiful messages of kindness, jealousy, selfishness and was built on a family theme the children could readily … Continue reading

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Our Own Bore-hole Well!!

Since we started at the school, we’ve had to put a lot of time and effort every day hauling water. We used the car for a while, then got out wonderful 3-wheel motorbike, but now, our prayers are answered and … Continue reading

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New Shed and Night Educational Games

We’ve needed more housing for our building materials, so Mike and team skillfully built a really nice storage shed for our tools while we’re building permanent structures. We considered a number of building options and decided on the least expensive … Continue reading

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Studying, Examination prep and Dancing.

October is busy as we move closer towards the end of year exams. We follow the government curriculum closely, plus we add elements of character training, spiritual strengthening and practical. Of course all work and no play would be boring, … Continue reading

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Excursion To the Capital!

None of the orphans and vulnerable children in our school have ever traveled out of Gulu town, and some have never even been out of the deepest village. We’d wanted for some time to be able to broaden their experiences … Continue reading

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