Warm weather in Uganda means the water dries up
Ms Joseline was telling me tonight, ‘We are having some sunshine and most of the water sources have dried up so getting water at school is a tug of war’.
Today she shared some more wonderful photos of her school. Can you pick which one is our special student Simpson?
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Thanks Teacher Bronwyn for sharing our photos, we are so grateful to be part your class. Our global connections will help our rural school to grow.
Wow, I love these photos. The students look so cheerful and inspired! I like the uniform and the cheerful smiles on their faces! The twins are so cute! I hope you can still have some water after the sunshine!
From Heidie! 🙂
Thanks Heidiehoran for loving the photos. Yes the twins are so beautiful and cheerful. They love being at school. After the sunshine we shall have long walk as usual but get some water.
Hi Mr Joseline,
I really love the photos of your students in front of your school sign and eating there food, it looks like the students can’t wait till there food because the facial expressions on all of there faces look really existed! But that is in my opinion though. Plus I know it is hard to find food in your country to so they get sent in trucks. I am so sorry for you! Before I go can I ask you a question, the photos with your students holding cups, is that clean water they are drinking? If it is I would love to know were you got it from because if it was nice and fresh water, In my opinion I think that you are very lucky people to have fresh water like that! You know why you guys are lucky people, because I made my own saying, that is ” the people that need something and are nice and do the right things are the people who are lucky! That would be you Mrs Joseline and your students at your school! I love the photos and they can never get any better!
Hi Ashton, thanks for the wonderful comment, I love reading from you. regarding your question, children with cups they were drinking cooked local porridge for breakfast. It was not fresh water.
I am really glad that thease children arre actualy getting fed and put in schools. Thanks for shaing the photos Ms Joice.
Hi Andy, thanks for posting your comment. Children themselves are so happy to be at school and fed. I owe a great debt to Mrs. Bronwyn for taking up the task of sharing ours photos on her blog. I am sure she will share as many as possible with you.
WOW these photos are amazing. I love seeing your school and your children. You are so helpful and brilliant. I love how you will try and help everyone even if you can’t you also try. It is great that they are getting something to eat and education. It
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It is so important that as many people get education because then thy have a much better chance of having a job and having a better life. When they have children they will be able to look after them better that they would of I they weren’t educated. I will look forward to looking at more photos from you.
Thanks Rennaem, for making the comment. We are so grateful to read from you. Well there so many vulnerable children that would not afford a meal at home. I love giving my children what to eat because they cannot study when they are hungry. I am trying to do what i can to help them forget their poor backgrounds and the trauma they have been facing before coming to school.