The Learning Landscape has been constructed at Future Victory School and the children are loving it! Future Victory School is only the second school in sub-Saharan Africa to host one of these multifunctional educational playgrounds.
Construction of the Learning Landscape is done will all recycled materials. Because of its location, the recycled tires used in the Learning Landscape were driven in on motorcycles. Construction was done completely with hand tools.
What is unique about the Learning Landscape is that while it can be also used for physical activities, the games designed for the playground teach math and critical thinking skills.
In the words of Wilson Ngobi, the Administrative Director of Future Victory School: “The children are so excited! You have transformed FVS!”
Our Gratitude to all that participated to make this project a success!
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