MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Our most important ‘bring home message’ is that the school is doing really well.
Teaching and Learning:
The amount and quality of teaching is continuing to improve and is having a very real and tangible positive impact. The pupils are motivated and eager to learn; the teaching staff are equally motivated and keen to teach.
We met the new Head Teacher and all of the teachers at least briefly. We spent much more time with the four “nursery” teachers who are Madam Jane (the lower school lead) and her team of Loice, Margaret and Agnes.
What is clear is that the 320 pupils are learning well and doing well. As we looked around, all the classes were fully engaged, teachers were working enthusiastically with their pupils.
There is a real buzz about the school and at lunch break it was heart-warming to be greeted by so many joyful children happily playing or coming to meet us to say JAMBO.
We were at school at 6:45am one morning watching the children arrive, most having walked some distance. Many of them brought sticks for the fire which is needed in the cookhouse to provide a hot breakfast and lunch. Again, the children were happy and enthusiastic about starting a new day.
Your support IS making a difference to individual children, to their families and the community and everyone at school asks us to pass on their appreciation.