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... will shortly be removed from the region, the teachers aren’t that fussed about engaging us and I can see their point of view too. If I were ever to opt into a programme like this again (and I’m not sure I’d opt into an education one again) I would require a clear commitment in writing from the charity that the programme is not being wound down.
For me the weekends and downtime here yawn ahead like the proverbial gaping chasm ...
... a small bottle of baby talc which she promptly rehid - she was clearly expecting some hi-jinx that night and had come prepared!
I went to church on Sunday which was supposed to start at 10:30 except that the clocks moved forward an hour in Fiji last weekend. A combination of most people not realising that the clocks had changed and the fact that the notion of Fiji time means that things are always a bit relaxed meant that church actually started ...
... and decorated the marquee and as we did that other kids turned up with bulging T-shirts in which they carried heaps of flowers. The flowers were dropped onto the floor and then bunches of frangipane and hibiscus were tied around the poles.
On Friday morning as I left the village house to head up to the house on the hill for a shower I walked past our neighbour who owns the gorgeous black pig called Sotoy. I was quite taken with Sotoy and she would ...
... hands, went through the passage in the pitch dark but I declined the invitation to join them given that we had no torch; a bit too scary for me that one.
On the teaching side, for PE this week we did circuits. Each vollie had a workout station and the kids had to do three minutes at each one. At my behest I had the camera and no workout station as I’m really only interested in the literacy side of things and taking a PE lesson is anathema to ...
... of the teachers are Indian we retired to the staff room at about 11am and ate some really scrumptious food that had been lovingly prepared.
As you can imagine I was hitting my head against the proverbial brick wall trying to get 10 year olds who can barely read to focus on their sessions with me after Diwali fireworks the previous night, loads of yummy home-made Indian sweets and then the prospect of school stopping in ...