We are now into examinations and the students as usual are 100% present. The weather is cold and miserable and the transport as usual.At least the bus reaches up to the junction..for how long ..one wonders.Boarders about to go home as budget busts ..hoping for the best in term three. Projects by MOE about to begin next. I hope the results will reveal an upward trend this term as compared to term I.The main problem is the absence of students and we are still waiting for our promised bush bikes from RCL.It is not easy coming to school in trucks and you can imagine why the students are on and off.Safety wise...at your own risk?To the bright lights..Scots Visit was a major event ,the students enjoyed themselves and the school acknowledges their contribution to learning facilities especially the lap-tops and sports equipment.Now we await the Prime Ministers Visit early next term. 

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