Students from the Global Encounters Project visit Unity School for a fortnight in July. They organise a range of activities such as drama, debating, sports, art and music. They bring with them equipment to ensure the activities run well. The fortnight is always appreciated by Unity pupils and helps maintain our link with the Aga Khan Academy (who host the project)
The windows have been fitted with metal grills for greater security.
You can also see below that work has started on the support structure for another water tank. The new toilets require much more water than the mop and bucket previously used! Next will be the installation of a generator so that we can still pump water despite power cuts. Imagine the furore if a large city in the UK went without power for a whole day at a time! Its a regular event in Mombasa where businesses and hotels all have their own generators.
The new classroom block – ready for the opening ceremony
Trustees Carol and Shirley standing outside the new classroom block with the plaque commemorating the help given by the late Ursula Parry in providing this facility.
5 new classrooms, toilets for boys, girls and staff, a meeting are above the classrooms
Mr Joash assists three students to travel to Kenyatta University, Nairobi to enrol for their fist semester. They joined the queue to enrol at midnight; thus ensuring that enrolment was completed in one day. We have four students now in their second year at Universities.