As well as the two classroom murals, we painted a small mural in the staff room. It was near the end of our trip so we had just under a day left to draw out and complete this piece. This mural was like a cross between the two previous murals in that it was partly educational as it used a diagram of the human body, but it also spoke a clear deeper message out to the staff, reminding them that they must work together as part of a team.
When we were in Uganda we took a Monday morning off from mural painting and we did some teaching instead. The children were split into two classes, Carla took one half for letter writing and James and I took the other half for some drawing projects. We worked with the first class then swapped with Carla and repeated the projects with the second class. The children in each class had ages which spread right from about 3 or 4 to 15! So within each group we split them into a younger and older half and gave them different lessons to do.
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