Our remaining classes gives in after serious rains
By James Omolo | Team Leader
The new completed Permanent classrooms
After seriuos rains during this years long rains we had a setback in our school as all our remaining three classes collapsed and fell down due to the severe damages caused by heavy downpours of the rain. These three remaining classes were still being in use despite their seriuos damages inflicted to them during the last flooding in my village. We now lack three more classes after these were downed. It's a pitty that we now have nowhere else to house these learners whom were using these collapsed buidlings and hence they are forrced to share few that are alrerady up. we ahve converted the two newly built nursery classrooms into two classes each and its sad that learners of diffrent grades would now share the same room and have their diffremt learnings going on simultenuoslly.
The schools in kenmya would be closed later this month hence we need to build the three classrooms during the december holidays to aallow them have them ready for occupancy once the schools open in january 2024.
We still need your support to achive this and thanks so much for all the supports we have had so far. we have built five parmanent classes and this is a big step and we are determined to do all the eight classrooms by next year. We now seek your help to make this a reality and all our children will be in safe rooms and hence continue to learn in a very safer space than before.
This term our children are enjoying their new two newly built classrooms which have been occupied by the youngest learners in our PP1 and PP2 Grades and the children are very happy that after along time period they can now enjoy learning under this new classrooms which are mordern and with new good floor without any dusting conditions as before.
The children used to be in very conjested rooms which we had temporarily phoused them into before this new building came up courtessy of the KCDF and other donors like you here who have enebled us to make this huge milestone in terms of the building of our classes which were damaged by the floods in ealeier years. Much thanks to the whom have been so supportive to this project and am so happy that we have achieved this so far.
Now the main task ahead is to complete the remaining classrooms which are now in very bad situations to house the lower primary grades 1 to 3 and we need to build the remainder three modern classrooms before next year hence we really count on your support towards this and hopefully even these grades would be in new classrooms as soon as possible come3 next year.
Our school is performing so well in the regional examinations and our grade eight still remains to be the top class in our villager and this gives us much hope of transfroi9ng the lives of these children so that they will be having a better future together and break the viciuos circle of porverty in paponditi village.
Our Two New Classrooms are ready for the small children in Nursery
By James Omolo | Project Leader
This year we are pleased to report that our new classrooms which were being built are now ready to host our youngest children in the Pre primary classrooms. these two classroom were made possible through a partnership with the local NGO KCDF KENYA which gave us a matching fund grant to rebuild our classes especially the ones hosting the smallest children in our school. these 90 pupils are now happy to be having new classrooms within the school's compound this after their two classrooms were swept by the floods three years ago when we started this campaigns. am so happy to report that we have achieved this through local funds drive and through people like you whom believed in our cause. We now need to equip these newly built classes with modern furniture and equipments for these young learners whom have opened and have been admitted in to these classes.
If we go like this we shall be able to have a very conducive environment for our children and we still have four classes to go hence we still need your much needed support for us to achieve all these. we are required to have at least eight classrooms and so far we are at half way done and with your support we are going to achieve all these remaining classes sooner. For our children it was a great joy for them to feel inside these newly built classes and more children have gained admissions this year like no other year before and we would wish to maintain this trajectory so that we are able to give the kids the best in matters education for their own good in their future lives.
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