Common zebra and grevy zebra regularly graze in the school playing field.
Today the Leopard group are in the dinning hall, a lovely cool space, to tackle some math problems.
Even the toilets at Olng’arua School are photogenic!
There was a lovely sunset over the school this evening. For 9 months of the year we hardly ever see a cloud, something that many of my friends in Scotland would envy, but just a few of them seem to add to the the beauty of the sky.
I found three of the Leopard group studying English today. They looked very serious and intent on their work. However, evidence that at least one of them had recently been out rolling in the dust of the local red soil is evident on Moijo’s head. Work hard play hard!
Today the Lion group had a story telling session, they developed their stories using words and pictures. Here are some of the results.
Elephants are a wonderful part of our local ecosystem, but normally they don’t go through areas where there are people until after dark (when they rightly guess that most of us are asleep in our houses). It was a treat to meet this lady so close to the school in daylight.