Gallery
  • We believe that work without rest is counter productive
    Some of our students having a break from class decide to gather around and exchange some jokes. We encourage them to have group games such that they develop a sense of belonging and community.
  • Some students around some of the latrines we started with
    We believe God is taking us from Glory to Glory and as such we are proud to show that whereas we did not start off in a great condition, we shall continuously improve.
  • Some of the latrines we started with
    Proper waste disposal is of utmost importance if we must curb diseases. With the little money we had to start with, we decided to build what we could. The situation has gotten better as you will soon see.
  • Without opportunity, even the brighest minds will go to waste in mediocrity.
    We want our children to grow up to be all sorts of successful people. That way they can also help others get out of their poverty stricken situations.
  • Some of students gathered for assembly
    As the head of the St. Henry's Day and Boarding School, our founder Mr. Ssendawula Ronald occasionally calls school assemblies to discuss current issues with our students. This was one such occasion.
  • Extra curricular activities
    A healthy mind requires a healthy body. We encourage our students to engage in physical activities such as soccer to help build their bodies.
  • Keeping the environment clean
    Children are taught the importance of a clean environment. In the picture is a teacher encouraging students to clean the area around one of the new latrines.
  • Students cleaning around the old latrine
    As we grow, we improve the environment in which we nuture our children. But even with the little that is in place, we encourage them to keep it in a good condition.
  • Mr. Ssendawula Ronald
    Nothing will be impossible to them that believe. It's our firm belief that we shall make an impact on the lives of Ugandans. With the insipiration from our leader Mr. Ssendawula Ronald no stone will be left unturned.
  • As we strive to cater for as many children as we can, we are overwhelmed with the number of children. To try and provide to as many children an education as possible, we are forced to educate some of them in the shades of trees. We are confident that the situation will keep getting better to such a level that we will not need tree shades to act as classrooms.
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