Today we completed the flyer for our annual Daffodil Tea event. Mrs Blairs class will deliver the flyers in and around the village. We welcome all friends and family to join us on the day.
Today, Christine and Anne from Forres Rotary club, dropped by to discuss our plans to support Bunono School in Uganda.
*Details for our challenge day walk. We invited Forres Rotarians to join us on the day to take photos and share our event/photos with the school on their next visit to Bunon school this May.
*Rotarians and elderly members from Forres community joining our UNA group to an afternoon of crafts. This will further build Sustainable Communitites and Good Health and Wellbeing in all age groups. Photos taken of this event will be shared along with pen pals letters the children will be writing.
*The Bunono school shoe collection and the logistics surrounding this task. Possibility of creating a collection then working with local projects to distribute shoes and taking a batch to Bunono School in May. further discussions to take place. Other ideas involved having local church members and Forres Rotarians working together with Alves Primary to crochet little dolls wearing African material. It is hope they may be taken over next year.
*Details of sanitation at the school and how we can campaign for childrens rights to be the highest standards. This is ongoing and further information from Rotarians is being gathered about Bunono Schools issues.
February 3, 2020
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February 3, 2020
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Shirley from Alves Hall Committee and UNA /Rotakids members collaboratively planted crocus bulbs to support promoting awareness of Ending Polio. Hopefully, we will see them in bloom in time for our community assembly up at the hall in April.
Today, we began learning about the needs of the children at Bunono school in Uganda. We are very interested in promoting the rights of all children. UNA members couldn’t believe the daily challenges these children face and are determined to help. We have gathered our thoughts on what we feel is unfair and will begin the process of planning how to take action and support. We will post our plan once discussed further.
UNA members were given a talk, by Anne and Christine from Forres Rotary club. The children were delighted to be given this opportunity and will continue to make excellent contributions within their school, community and globally.
*Eva & Annabelle – creating a powerpoint about Polio to share in the spring for a community assembly. This will be delivered after the bulbs have blossomed.Rotakids to make 3D crocus bulbs to hand out.
*Alice & Harris – Creating an invitation asking people to come join us to further promote awareness of ending Polio. This will be delivered after the bulbs have blossomed.
*Rotakids – an email sent to organise a date for making pledge. Also, we emailed Anne to find out about how we can obtain information to support the needs of children in Bunon.
*Working with Shirley & Mrs M to find out best place for planting more crocus’s
*Speak with Mr Mc about inviting elderly from forres to AFT
*Mrs B to remind class teachers about young write/photographer competition
October 28, 2019
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Today we have been learning about Polio. *Polio is a very bad disease and it can make children’s bodies change. Harris *We only have 3 countries left to be Polio free, that’s good! Freddie P *It used to be … Continue reading
Pam came in to teach UNA pupils how to provide gentle exercise to music for elderly people. This is to support an event that UNA children will run after the holidays. The children were taught about the needs and abilities of the people they would be working with. Music, warm up, main sessions and cool down was explained. The children were able to understand the measures they needed to incorporate in order to keep their elderly members safe during exercise. They fully understood the need for exercises that support independence in the elderly. The children will learn about International Day for Older Persons and run this event. Rotary members will escort elderly members from the Forres area by bus to join us on Thursday 31st October for our active event.
Mr Morgan gave the UNA business group some daffodil and crocus bulbs to plant in the local community. We planted them last week and Mrs Blair will take 2 UNA members to Grant park to plant more crocus bulbs. UNA will learn about the End Polio Now project and be active in supporting this after the holidays.