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Field Day Fun

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Celebration!

 

In November of last year, Flying Kites made the vital decision to scale its class sizes down to ten children per teacher for the sake of quality education for both student and provider. In doing so, we partnered with an area private school called Mwangaza Primary that was seeking to intake students also at a scaled level of high quality.

 

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Alex watches the competition with fierce interest

 

This past Saturday, for the first time since November, the two schools united in a memorable field day celebration. All week the two schools practiced in preparation, to compete in sack racing, handball, soccer, and tug of war from morning until evening with the teachers acting as coaches. Each of the kids had a chance to participate in sports and the day created an opportunity for bonding time between the kids at Flying Kites Leadership Academy and other kids in the community. We were proud to see great sportsmanship from both schools and look forward to hosting many more days with Mwangaza.

Auntie Rebecca practices her tiger mom look with a cheeky Rahab

Flying Kites leader Francis cracks a wide smile, followed by shared laughter on a lunch outing with the other “big kids.”

Flying Kites Country Director, Brian Jones, walks Eunice back to school at the start of the term.

The Golden Rules

“Work Hard. Stick together. Dream big dreams.”

 

Words to live by at the Flying Kites Leadership Academy.

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