At the end of May we paid a visit to Kinghorn Primary School in Fife. The school have been helping Johari Foundation to promote the work of the charity and to raise funds to support children on the Miale Programmes.
The pupils have been busy pulling together photographs and information of; school life at Kinghorn and the town itself so that it can be sent out to Kenya to share with the children they are helping to support through their fundraising activities. Kinghorn pupils were excited to receive projects and toys made by children from Miale Child Support and Outreach Programmes as they help to build a picture of life in Kenya. Sharing infomation, photographs and projects is proving successful in building relationsips between school children in Scotland and Kenya and supporting Global Citizenship within the two countries.
Kinghorn Primary donated pencil cases full of pencils, rubbers, sharpners and rulers to send to their friends in Kenya to assist them at school. This was after hearing how one pencil is often snapped in 3 to make sure that all children have something to write with.Thanks for your continued suppport Kinghorn Primary!