I am pleased to report that the Ministry of Education in Sierra Leone has agreed in principle to recognise the school.
This approval has been achieved after several years of effort, a clear demonstration of improving standards and provision of facilities second to none.
Tremendous thanks to all of you for your support and commitment.
Staff have now submitted their certificates to the Ministry and will be placed on the national pay-scales and paid directly by the government, a great saving for the charity, freeing monies for other crucial developments at the school. The school will remain independent and free to pupils, yet receive this additional financial and some educational support.
We will be in Sierra Leone soon to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the school. Newsletter in early November on our return.
More information will gradually become available and I will keep you informed.
Much has been achieved and the Trustees look forward to your continuing support in providing life chances for our disadvantaged young people, many of whom are orphans.
Ramsey Junior school children collected spoons to be sent out to Sierra Leone. All our children will have a spoon rather than eating with their hands. Spoons currently on the ocean and will be distributed in October.
The photograph shows David Wallwork accepting the spoons from the school children.
The David School Adult Education (TDSAE), implementing agency was formed in September 1st 2017 by a group of patriotic adults of Mile 36 community. The aim of the association is to improve the welfare of the adults of the Mile 36 community to acquire sound knowledge and skills in basic First Aid, Hygiene, Numeracy, Literacy, Life skills and basic computer skills to promote peace among the adults and to encourage them to participate in community Development.
The general aim of the project is to enhance basic life skills for sustainable livelihood among the adults in Mile 36 community. See class pictures below.