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Category Archives: Student Stories
“I am the happiest to have gotten TOMS Shoes. Thank you!” — Doreen in Uganda, age 12 Nothing makes our kids more giddy than a new pair of TOMS shoes. TOMS are given as a part of AAH’s programs to … Continue reading
Report by: Kitsamba Davis and Wamboko Ronald from S3 It was a rainy, cold morning when we heard about the occurrence of the lands in Bududa. It seemed shocking to us who had parents, relatives, and friends there. Having heard … Continue reading
Arlington Junior School held an Open House at the end of April. This gave all of the student’s parents an opportunity to come and observe how a typical school-day runs at Arlington. It was a time for parent’s to ask teachers questions about … Continue reading
In our continuing series, we bring you another composition from one of our students. Georgina, who will graduate this year, writes about her class’ school trip to the Ugandan capital of Kamapala. For most students, the field trips are their … Continue reading
In our continuing series, we bring you stories from our students. Aaron writes a composition about his class, who will graduate AAH at the end of the year and take the Primary Leaving Exam, which will determine which secondary schools … Continue reading
In our continuing series, students tell us about their life at AAH. This is a composition by Emmanuel on the Reading Carnival. It was on Friday, 17th October 2009 when we celebrated our annual Reading Carnival. I was too happy … Continue reading
In our continuing series, we bring you stories from our students – in their words. My name is Moses. I am in Primary Three. I like my school because it has good teachers. The teachers teach us so well and … Continue reading