Last week the students were blessed to have free check -ups from the seventh day adventist trainee doctors and retired nurses and dentists. The highlight of our check up was the cleaning of all our ears- .....did you know that when you use cotton ear buds you are just pushing your ear wax further in? ...well... thats what we learnt with our students.Moreover, the kind medics did a thorough check-up on our students. You know this type of assistance is really valued. Here is a photo of Victolyn having a check up plus our students waiting outside the Tabiang Primary classroom.

The picture below shows our Assistant Principal Mr. H.Kumar with our typist Baireke and a friend of the school Uringa.

 

.....well... just like to show you our form sevens in the computer room. we are very grateful for the computers that have been donated and also those bought by the school but we still need some more as seen by our photo below..... and yes... the students are computer literate and it is compulsory for them to type their own projects... You should see them struggling with two fingers at first then trying to type as typists type. I'm glad we are strict on the typing for almost all have managed to obtain confidence n successfully completed typing their own research projects.The future would not be so daunting to them when they venture out of rhs.

 

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