Babishai Visits Olea Academy for Book Week

Children give us the grace to acknowledge how colourful and diverse the world is.

Children remind us that at the heart of education, is the necessity to play, have fun and be as honest with the process as possible.

Photo by Bryan Muwonge

In April, Olea Academy celebrated Book Week and invited Babishai Niwe Poetry Foundation. Team Leader Beverley Nambozo, held the pupils in inspiration and awe, sharing the elements of storytelling, leading the children in various dance routines, because learning should be creative and interactive.

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Pupils at Olea Academy, ready to learn.

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Beverley Nambozo addressing the pupils.

Principal Jane Settuba and fellow staff continue to use reading and writing as major tools in the learning process at Olea Academy.

Photo by Bryan Muwonge


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