2018 AGM Presentation

David proposed a vote of thanks, and presented flowers to Maureen McKenna who has decided to stand down as a charity Trustee after nine years service. In fact one of the original three Trustees.

Maureen has visited the school on several occasions and was able to recall some very amusing anecdotes about her time in Sierra Leone.

Many thanks from everyone and best wishes to Maureen.

The David School Adult Education

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.

Visit to Ramsey Senior Citizens Club

David was asked along to the Club’s February meeting to talk about the David School and to update members on the changes made since his last visit to the Club. His slide presentation was well received and lots of questions asked afterwards.

Floods in Sierra Leone

Dear All,

Thank you so much for your concern, I have received several messages and thought I should clarify the present situation.

What has happened is terrible but thankfully the school is far enough away from Regent not to have been involved.
I have spoken directly with Alfred and other key people there and am pleased to report that all are safe.

It is school holiday and so children go to stay with relatives all over the country.
We won’t hear about them until school re-opens in early September.

David