Africa talk

Mr and Mrs Holmes gave a talk, to years 3 and 4 at Caister Junior School about the work they do for Norfolk Venda education project in Africa. They brought some costumes for the pupils to wear and told them about the important work they do for the children in providing schools and equipment for them.

Mr and Mrs Holmes gave a talk, to years 3 and 4 at Caister Junior School about the work they do for Norfolk Venda education project in Africa. They brought some costumes for the pupils to wear and told them about the important work they do for the children in providing schools and equipment for them. Many of the children are now writing letters for them to take to Africa when they next visit at the end of this month. The pupils and staff are looking forward to the replies and hope to raise some money to help them in the future. With continued support they can provide more schools like Tshadzume with bore holes, water towers, school buildings plus the equipment and facilities required to give the children in Africa a brighter future.


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