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St Trizah May 2016

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Wow! St Trizah has developed since last year. Please have a look at the video to see how the money raised in school has helped pupils that will never have the opportunity to personally thank you for everything you have done for them. Thank you to all pupils, parents, staff and governors who have helped. An additional thank you to local businesses who have supported.

Linking Schools and RRSA

All of our classes have been working really hard this term to show Magejjo Primary pupils what it's like to be an Albany Junior School pupil. Below are some examples of what they've been up to...

Year 4 wrote letters & created videos to show the clubs they do

Lewis, Ryan and Layton.MOV

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Video produce by year 4 pupils about our school

Jacob and Hannah.MOV

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Year 5 completed a tour of AJS

Albany & St Trizah

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Well done to all parents, children and staff for helping pupils and staff at St Trizah Orphanage School, Kenya in May 2015

January 2015

Many children, parents and governors of AJS have been donating unwanted clothes, shoes and toys for children less fortunate than themselves. These will be distributed during half term in May 2015 at St Trizah Orphanage School. Your support means that AJS is able to support and encourage children who are less fortunate to be positive.

 

Children at AJS are always keen to communicate with children in other schools where we have links. Upper School have recently written letters to Magejjo Primary School introducing themselves and sharing what we do at Albany and the things that they enjoy to do in school. Rowan class have completed an activity named, 'outside my window'. They have discussed how children and adults in different countries can see very different views from their own windows at school/home. These are being sent to our Ugandan and French link schools who have Internet access and will be taken in Paper form to StTrizah in May 2015.

Magejjo Primary School - Uganda

Magejjo Primary School is a Christian school in Kampala a capital of Uganda. They provide education for all pupils. They teach English, Mathematics, Geography, Physical
Education, Science and Art. The school have a computers in an ICT suite so each pupil at our school.

 

The school have 750 pupils on roll. Magejjo are a mixed day and boarding
primary school. Currently they have 30 teaching staff members and 10 non teaching
staff members. In partnership with our school, Upper School will be exchanging letters, images and projects.

 

Christmas Greetings

 

Receive our cordial greetings from Magejjo primary school in
Uganda(East Africa).
We are breaking off today for Christmas holiday and we will return
back on 20th of January 2015.
We thank you very much for everything we shared together this year.We
extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to your staff and your
wonderful pupils for the good link and collaboration we shared
together .

We all know that you have been with us in all struggle and I hope
after Christmas holiday, we will bounce back when we are stronger. As
I said before, we posted our Culture in the box project and we hope
it is on the way to your school or it has already arrived at your
school.

We hope that next year our schools partnership will grow stronger and
yield more fruits for benefit of our schools.We have attached
Christmas greeting card for you, your staff and your wonderful pupils.
Wishing you merry Christmas and happy new year.

Yours sincerely in Christ,

Mr.Pius Bainomugisha
Headteacher
Magejjo primary school
P.O.Box 8268 Kampala Uganda

Merry Christmas from Magejjo Primary School

Albany Junior School & Ecole Jaques Cousteau

Ecole Jaques Cousteau

Ecole Jaques Cousteau is based in a village in the South of Nantes, near the Muscadet vineyards. There are 128 children in the primary school split into 5 classes, even the Headteacher, Marie-Pierre, has a class of 8-10year olds.

St Trizah Orphanage School - Kenya

Albany Junior School & St Trizah

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This video details how Albany Junior School have supported St Trizah Orphanage School to move forward and progress.
Our pupils thoroughly enjoyed being involved in this process and have began to see the impact they can have on others lives by helping.
Thank you to everyone for their support in making this happen.

Governor of Nakuru recognised the efforts made by volunteers in the Midlands

Donations of clothes, shoes, equipment and hygiene items