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Progress at Kahendero Humanist School

Posted: Mon, February 13, 2017 | By: Kahendero Humanist School



by Bwambale Robert Musubaho

I am working on uplifting the Kahendero School to another level. Am also responding to the community needs of serving the people of Kahendero by exposing to them evidence based learning.

We are teaching in accordance to the Uganda Curriculum but for our case we are spicing it with vocational skills training, letter writing exchange service, computer studies, gardening, outdoor learning,comparative religious studies to mention but a few.

We do not indoctrinate our learners, our goal is to allow learners learn with a free mind, love and study science at an early age——We are responding to our country’s appeal of promoting Science education. We are a center of Knowledge and we are not a place of worship but most importantly our learners study deep Religious education. Other say, we dont know god, the truth is, if he or she is there, we want to know him or her better FOR we have many questions to ask.

Attached are some of the images of the school environment, we are still mixed up with constructions and we hope to arrange our compound neatly soon.

To support this school, visit

http://africahumanists.org/kahendero-humanist-primary-scho…/

With Science, we can progress.



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