MISSING MY SPONSOR!
Mary Watsemba, Grade Seven, writes about the special role her sponsor plays in her life.Read More
THE GREAT WORK OF OUR TEACHERS
Bwayilisa Mercy, Grade 6, shares how the pandemic has inspired her to finish her education so she can find a job to help improve her community.Read More
BETTER HOUSING IS THE WAY TO GO!
Catherine Lubuya, Grade 6, shares how Covid19 has prevented her family’s ability to access a cement floor and solar lighting.Read More
MISSING MY LEADERSHIP ROLE AT SCHOOL
Amina Kibone, Grade Six, writes about how she is missing her leadership role at school.Read More
Nabila Bayiga, Grade Seven, shares how her family has helped her with home learning, and how she is looking forward to returning to school.Read More
FRIENDS IN NEED ARE FRIENDS INDEED!
Pamela Khafu, Grade Seven, reflects on what she has witnessed during the pandemic and the support she feels from REACH.Read More
A SPECIAL VISIT FROM MY TEACHERS
Becky Namubiru, Grade 4, writes about her teachers visiting her at her home so she can continue her studies while she shelters during the pandemic.Read More
MISSING THE READING CHALLENGE AND MOTHER DAUGHTER DAY!
Tereza Mukimba, Grade Five, shares her essay on how she misses her school’s reading challenge and mother-daughter day.Read More
THE THINGS I DO TO HELP MY PARENTS AT HOME
Jeffery Brandon Mubiru, P3, shares his essay on how he helps his parents at home during the pandemic.Read More
MY BEST TEACHER AT SCHOOL
Rose Namutosi, P3, shares her essay on “My Best Teacher at School.”Read More
THE IMPACTS OF AJS TO INDIVIDUAL LIVES
Our students in Uganda have been writing essays as they continue learning remotely. We are happy to share their work. Please note student work is presented in its original content. Arlington Junior School was started in 2004 by Mr. John Wanda and Mrs. Joyce Wanda to help the children and parents of the community who…Read More
HOW AJS HAS MADE AN IMPACT ON ME
Our students in Uganda have been writing essays as they continue learning remotely. We are happy to share their work. Please note student work is presented in its original content. My name is Pamela Khafu Joyce. I live with my parents Mr. Khafu Davis and Mrs. Nelima Robinah in Bumasata village. I am in Primary…Read More