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New whiteboards were arranged, together with packs of whiteboard markers and erasers. These replaced some of the old blackboards and the students find them much easier to read. Bins made from old tyres were placed around the school yard and the children are being taught to put rubbish in the bin. Once a week, the students help to tidy the school and clean up the yard.
There needed to be something that the children would enjoy too! So, a variety of balls were provided to the school and soccer goals were placed on the makeshift field. This gave the boisterous students a wonderful space where they could play ball games with each other. The school has since started to organise more formal teams for the kids, giving them a soccer competition to engage in.
THANK YOU TO OUR WONDERFUL DONORS WHO HELPED MAKE THIS PROJECT HAPPEN:
Our sincere thanks, and those of the teachers and students at the school, go to Rob and Alana of Sydney, Australia. When visiting Cambodia, Rob and Alana's tour guide gave them a personal insight to the issues associated with poor communities. On their return home, they contacted us to see if they could help the school with a few things. Their generous donation enabled the provision of these valuable materials for the school.
About the Project
The school offers education to around 500 students, yet lacks some of the most basic materials and equipment used for teaching and around the school. The Donors for this project identified the following issues that they wanted to address:
FOOTBALLS, WHITEBOARDS AND BINS - APRIL 2013
Provision of various equipment to support learning goals, provide recreational activities and develop community spirit within the school community.
This project was completed in April 2013.