Tag Archives: Mahyoro Primary School

Uganda 2017 Day 12: Driving, driving, driving!

In order to allow ourselves a bit more free time later in the week, I had scheduled a number of appointments for today. Subject to confirmation from Yowasi, we were due to meet the District Education Offiver for Rubirizi, Stephen … Continue reading

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PE at Mahyoro

Ronnie has sent the children of West Meon Primary this photo.

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A message from Mahyoro

We will open the new term on 22/01/2016. I will post photographs for what so ever shall be happening in school. MAHYORO p/s.   Kasamba Ronnie

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Update from Mahyoro

Greetings to everyone at West Meon. P7 primary leaving examinations are out this month through a press release from Uganda National Examinations Board. We  are still on holidays. We shall begin first term 2016 on 22/2/2016 after Presidential elections. We … Continue reading

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A reply from Mahyoro Primary School

We are three pupils from Mahyoro primary school. We are grateful to here to hear from you and we are ready to answer your questions. Our names are Pauson, Auleria, Suzan. We like watching movies of cartoons, playing netball,hide & … Continue reading

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A message from Mahyoro

We thank the Twinning Project for having remembered us. They sent us Mr Adam and a friend during last term. It’s now in the third week since we opened for third term 2015. We are now practising tag rugby games … Continue reading

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Visit to Mahyoro

Hello to all the pupils at West Meon Primary School and Mahyoro Primary School. My name is Mr Stanley and together with my colleague, Mrs Green, we visited Mahyoro Primary School early in August. I’d visited Mahyoro once before two … Continue reading

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