Following our fundraising in the spring, last week the school sent two cheques to The Amakuru Trust: £1500 for finishing two classrooms at the Peace and Hope primary school in Kigali. This was non-uniform day money. The primary will now be able to educate a further
We received a message this week from Albert Musabyimana who is the Headteacher of the ‘Peace and Hope’ school in one of the poorest areas of Kigali (the capital of Rwanda). This was one of the schools that students from The Purbeck School visited last October,
Dear Parents/Carers, Over Christmas we received wonderfully colourful cards from the five students at The Excel School, Rwanda, whom we sponsor please see the pictures below. I think you’ll agree that the students, who are now 7 years old (we have sponsored them for three years)
In addition to teaching children in the local bilingual school, we have been able to donate further items. These include: assorted toiletries from LUSH UK that were given to a genocide widows’ collective; football and running kit donated by Wareham Rangers FC and Purbeck Runners which
Begins 7pm The Purbeck School Drama Studio Thursday 11th July Drinks and refreshments will be available to purchase An evening that will also include a short presentation and Q and A with students and staff attending the Rwanda 2019 visit this October. £5 donation per person.
On Saturday morning several of the students who will attend our Purbeck Rwanda 2019 visit helped to support a table top sale in school. Funds and consciousness regarding our visit were both raised and we would particularly like to thank those who booked tables and helped
Saturday 8th June open 9am – 12 in the school canteen area Free entry! To book a table (£10 – pay up front, non-refundable; tables provided; set up from 8.30) Call school reception on 01929 550077 Refreshments available supporting Purbeck Team Rwanda 2019
On Thursday, the Purbeck Rwanda 19 team, many pictured left, were proud to present Mike Hayes of the Amakuru Trust with a cheque to support the education of children at The Excel School in Rwamagana. £1065 has been raised through the kind donations of staff, many