Alice has been teaching the children of her community for many years and is very dedicated to developing her community, although she is a quiet teacher, what she lacks in confidence in her English she makes up for in enthusiasm.
Maureen has less experience than Alice but they work very well together and Maureen shows great care towards the children and between them they work hard to teach all the children in their community. Nsangeni is one of our busiest schools with approx. 50 children in the morning classes and even more in our afternoon classes.
Nsangeni now has three classrooms due to the large number of children that attend the school. The original school is used mostly for the nursery classes and the other building has two separate classrooms that are great for splitting our afternoon classes into age appropriate groups to ensure that the lessons are more suited to the children's abilities.
Thanks to some wonderful fundraising the floors of Nsangeni School have now been re-built; this means we can now accommodate for all the children and provide them with a safe and comfortable learning environment.
The walls of the school need painting as we have recently plastered the building -strengthening it against the damaging effects of the rainy season.
As with all schools we are constantly in need of school materials such as pens, paper, books, chalk etc. in order to keep our schools running.
If you would like to help us with any of the above please see the how to help/contact us page!