GRATITUDE LETTERS

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The sample of gratitude letters from the headteacher and students are handwritten because the schools do not have printers. Electricity, paper, ink and parts are too expensive.

Letter from the teacher  

Hello Candyce,
We would like to thank you for choosing Twabuka School as one of schools to benefit from your donation of computers.

Before we received the 11 kids computers, our children didn’t know how to operate a computer. Now most of them are able to type and do or play educative games such as math and spelling games.

Since the coming of computers, we are able to open a computer class. This is in line with the new school curriculum. This grade seven should be examined or write a computer examination. All the best.

 

Yours faithfully,
Mr. Moonsa E. (acting Headteacher)

 

Letter from the Student 

Hello Candyce,
My name is Maureen Banda. One of the pupils doing computer lessons. I would like to thank you for donating computers at our school. I am now able to do the following programs on the computer:

1. Know how to type different words on a computer.
2. I am able to take photos using a computer.
3. I’m using a computer to find answer in science and math.
4. I am also using computer for spelling.

Thank you so so much.

Yours,
Maureen Banda (pupil)

 

 

 

 

Letter from the Student 

Hello Candyce,
My name is Christopher Mubiana. I am a member of the computer club of our school. I would like to thank you for donating computers to our school. Since I started learning computer lessons I am now able to do the following activities:

1. Play math and spelling games on a computer.
2. I am able to type words on a computer.
3. Am able to research science questions on a computer.
4. Am also learning to play musical piano on a computer.

Thank you.

Yours Sincerely,
Christopher Mubiana (pupil)

 “Because the information is in the programs, the computers help the students to think fast. The games motivate students to learn,” Sibo Sibanda, teacher, fourth grade, 9-year-olds.

“For junior students, the computers open up their world. They can see things outside of their country,” Melody Simwanda, teacher, fifth grade, 10 to 11-year-olds.

Praise from staff at Twabuka School, Zambia,  after the enhanced training, May 2018.

“Now we are more prepared. We can use the computer to teach social sciences, natural sciences and math. The teachers now are empowered,” Reginah Jere, head teacher.

“At first we knew a few things. We used the computer to play games and learn music. Pupils knew how to take a selfie. After the training, we know many more things about the computer, that they are very rich with content, We know about the library and how to use the intranet so children can work together,”  Muleya Current, teacher, grade 6, 10 to 11 year-olds.

Zambia Trainer, Desire Rwagaju and Teacher

Testimonials & Letters

Praise from staff at Ngamo School, Zimbabwe

 

“I don’t even have words to say how important this day is. It gives our students a much brighter future,” Mr. Moyo, headmaster, Ngamo School. 

“The computers are tools that brighten the minds of kids and keep them interested in learning,” Musa Ncube, teacher, early childhood 3 to 4-year-olds.

“The computers teach problem solving by playing games. Young kids learn to draw, scribble and write,” Thoko Sibanda, teacher, early childhood, 4 to 5-year-olds.

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