Our music school and educational consultancy, as well as the Mother Ann Nursery school, have received some generous donations from giving individuals. Simple items as such school bags, paper for the printer and pens for writing are always a necessity in any education setting. However, when finds are tight, the kids attending classes in our school premises might not be able to afford to get them.
We as a school are committed to giving them what they need in order to make the most of their education. And this is where small sponsorships and donations make all the difference – just a £5-note can buy all the necessary stationary needed for a child to be able to learn to write musical notes properly, to write letters, to experience the fun of drawing, or to do most activities that we learn in our schools in Europe.
If you think that you can make kids genuinely smile by donating as little as £5, then please do not hesitate to get in touch! There is nothing more satisfying than knowing that your small act of kindness changed someone else’s life.
Our educational consultancy in Kampala, Uganda, has been granted a consultancy to work closely with schools and education professionals covering the whole northern part of Uganda. This is a significant improvement for the area – the northern part is closer to Sudan and the unrest in the neighbouring country has affected the development of northern Uganda. A rebel group called Lord’s Resistance Army that is based South Sudan has also caused unrest in northern Uganda and made education work in the area more difficult.
Our consultancy is delighted to be working closely with schools in the area. The first main aim is to provide schools with books and much needed equipment. Thanks to recent growth of our consultancy, we are able offer free delivery to all schools and we look forward to starting teacher training with them soon.
Our consultancy and music school in Kampala, Uganda, has been carrying out excellent school book services. Last week alone, the local staff designed, proof read and printed out 400 books for local primary and secondary schools. Our local staff has tremendously enjoyed such work, knowing that they are helping thousands of kids receive a proper education.
In Uganda, schools are in charge of designing or buying their own books, with their being little general guideline or requirements as to what type of books they should use. Therefore, knowledge on the school system and curriculum is of great benefit when designing such books and our experienced education staff have been delighted to use their knowledge for such a purpose.
We are delighted to see many happy kids learn and get an education!