Some of the Olng’arua kids investigating the largest wind farm in Africa.
Members of the Lion group are getting ready to chop a school’s worth of carrots, and probably onions, potatoes, tomatoes, cabbage….
The squirrel tables are always the most gossipy of all the lunch tables, what they lack in size the squirrels make up for in laughter and energy.
These two rivers have flooded repeatedly over the last couple of months, cutting off the school from the outside world.
Patrick, the Leopard group teacher, looks less than impressed by the boys’ emergency toilet procedure. What would you do if you really needed a pee while on a safari and surrounded by dangerous wildlife?
Penila did a particularly good job of leading the leopards in a story class, encouraging them to engage with the story and discuss what was happening in the text and pictures. Perhaps she may become Olng’arua’s first home grown teacher in years to come.
Trying to keep the school vegetable patch alive when we have to carry all water to the school in buckets and containers is proving hard, but all the ‘grey water’ gets given to the plants and they are hanging in there.
The Lion group are the oldest kids in the school and they help out around the school in many ways. Here they are serving milk to the squirrel group (the youngest children in the school) during milk break.