Kawila School was comparatively easy to reach i.e. we didn’t get stuck! The school was given solar power in September 2017 thanks to a grant from The Waterloo Foundation.
Kawila school has 5 teachers including the Head Teacher, two of whom are studying for a degree in Computers. There is one unqualified teacher. 325 pupils come to school in three sessions. When not in lessons they enjoy the seesaw and a game that looked to me just like Duck Duck Goose (although they called it MerryGoRound.)
The solar panels enable the school to charge laptops and phones. They use the lights occasionally when there are events in the evening.
They make use of the projector as a teaching aid and reported that it was bright enough for use in the classroom.
The most used units on RACHEL were African StoryBooks and Wikipedia to prepare and deliver lessons.