Year 8 InterAct students funded a surprise Valentine’s Day for the children at Cornerstones Nursey & Primary School in Uganda by providing them with cakes and biscuits. Year 8 InterAct students wanted to let children in Uganda know how much they cared about their education and well being. 100% of the children have passed their Primary School Examinations, with half of the students securing funding for their High School education based on their excellent results.
Kate Oakley the Director of Planting Hope for Uganda said ‘Thank you Bewdley School InterAct Group. We had a lovely morning eating cake and biscuits at Cornerstone School. It was a really lovely event and the children really cheered when I told them you had raised money for their new library and library books. Thank you so much for your support!’. Kate Oakley can be seen serving the Nursery pupils with their cake and biscuits in the pictures.