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Thursday, February 23, 2012

A Swiss National on tour visits Kasese Humanist Primary School

The School Head Teacher together with the visitors pose together with the donated items on the table, all this happened inside the KUHA Office premises at the school

A Swiss national  by the names  Francis on tour of the Rwenzori region visited Kasese Humanist Primary School on 12. February 2012 and was accompanied by another white friend. The two gentlemen were fascinated by the work we are doing and thanked us for the nice works we are rendering to the local people in our efforts to ensure Ugandan People are relieved from belief in Magics and Superstitions.


They donated a World Atlas Book which now adds up to our book collections in the shelves of our School Library,in addition they carried along executive pens and writing pads which are currently being used in the School Administration  Office.
A friend who came with Francis is seen taking a photograph.   












Wednesday, February 22, 2012

KHPS receives pens donation from Pen for kids organization


 Many thanks PEN FOR KIDS ORGANIZATION UK CHAPTER
Kasese Humanist Primary School pupils on 21st February 2012 had smiles on their faces as they were supplied with Brand New Pens from Pen for Kids Organization based in the United Kingdom. The shipment of pens amounted to 4000 enclosed in 4 separate boxes with each containing a 1000 pens.
The pens were received by the School Project Director Mr Bwambale Robert  and the shipment had been sent by TNT World Express who delivered the shipment to Entebbe and later after clearance with the Customs, the package was sent to the Kasese School by a local agent working for East Africa Courier Company.
On behalf of Kasese  Humanist Primary School, i am thanking the Pen for Kids UK courtesy of Mr Malcolm and Mr Claus of Pen for Kids Denmark. Our school  has benefited twice from this organization, earlier last year, over 2000 pens was sent to us and pushed the school for a full year with surplus donated to neighboring schools. The same thing is going to be done by distributing to sister schools as a gesture that we humanists share the little we get with other people irrespective of their beliefs, race and cultural background.
You can view photos of our kids immediately after receipt of the pens at the school below:
                                 Kids having happy moments after receiving pens from Pen for Kids.
                                   The kids very excited to having received the Pens Donation
                     The School Head Teacher, Bwambale Robert The School Director plus all the Teachers 
                     at the school witnessed the event of distributing pens to the children

More information about our school and how you can get involved, visit the school website at http://www.kasesehumanistschool.webs.com

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Photos of Teaching Staff at Kasese Humanist Primary School, Academic Year 2012



Masereka Ndyanabo David   Head Teacher


Biira Elson - Baby Class Teacher


Muhindo Alice  Nursery Teacher

Kobusinge Prossy  Upper Nursery Teacher

Bwambale Robert   Volunteer Teacher-Humanist studies
Mr.Obadiah Joshua

Other Teachers are as below:
Ngabirwa Phiona
Kihoro Getrude
Masika Paskelina
Kasai Ronald
Lucky Doreen
Masika Sarah

More information about the school, visit the school website at http://www.kasesehumanistschool.webs.com/

Saturday, February 4, 2012

Renovation works at KHPS 2012

Renovations on the classroom extension structure  is in progress at the school. The unit has been painted Orange and white. Many thanks to Atheist Alliance International for supporting our school. More thanks to all free thinkers the world over most especially the Child Sponsors who have contributed generously to our cause. "With Science,we can progress" is our school Motto
The school Dormitory

Photo of Some Kids at the school sharing Happy moments!

The extension building now has 4 class room and these have been partitioned, floored and doors painted. Partitioning was done using Ply woods and Chalk Boards amounting to 4 have been fixed on to the walls.
Chalk Boards Painted, Each class has got a Chalk Board and 4 of these have been fixed in the different classes.

More Photos on our Flickr Account, check our school website for the Link to direct you to our Flickr Account.