Students enjoy their time at the river on Sunday afternoon. Most find time to relax, play a game, read a book, study, or catch up with some friends.
Students are learning new skills. Here they are trying to use their balance to master Slacklining. Yes that is really a thing, check it out here. Maybe one day they will be doing flips!
The Sakeji River yields some precious treasures for the students on a Sunday afternoon.
Well it is that time of year again. Our students are actively engaged in preparing for the up and coming exams. For the complete schedule of grade from the Zambian Exam council use the links below to see when your kids will be writing their exams. It looks like they are also busy preparing themselves in other ways too!
With the beginning of a new term comes the various activities that are participated in during the week. Rally is one of these activities. Here the junior girls listen to some instructions about some the activities planned for them during this time.
Grade 4&5 students have recently been learning about the use of natural materials for medicine, decoration, and building among other things. We made use of the work going on at Sakeji to further our investigations. The play house was being renovated with new thatch. We discovered that there are at least two types of grass and three types of trees being used for the work. We are thankful to make use of our environment and the work going on in them, to further our knowledge about the world and appreciate the people around us.
Grade Four and Five students have been learning about Mexico in Social Studies. Some have even decided it would be a good place to take a holiday! Other students are hoping to try out tacos at home!
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