About the everyday life of nine-year-old Leonie in Namibia, the pandemic and the Scholen elementary school (article in the Sulinger Kreiszeitung of 24.12.2020). Two rooms without electricity, seven people in
During the first two months of the lockdown (April/May) there were no classes. From June on home schooling was offered. Since not all households have access to social media, the
In order to minimize infections, the classes were divided and the resulting groups come to school alternately on a daily basis, so that only about 20 students per class are
As in all other schools of the Sonnenkinderprojekt, the students are divided into two groups. Group 1 comes on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, group 2 comes on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
by Vanessa Jacobs liaison teacher at SPS Teaching at Swakopmund Primary School has changed due to the Covid19 pandemic: Some students are learning from home, the other students have been
For two weeks a miniature golf course was set up on the sports field of TSV Schwaförden. Soon this facility turned out to be an attraction and was met with
July 2020: Bonita Franz, liaison teacher of the Sonnenkinderprojekt, sent a report on the current teaching situation at Namib High School. She informs that only Namib High School and another
The Covid19 pandemic continues to keep the world in suspense. The consequences are particularly severe in developing countries. The Sonnenkinderprojekt is making every effort to alleviate the distress a little.
The Rössing Uranium Mine in Swakopmund has donated a car to the Coastal High School for the training workshop. This car is intended for the educational training as a car
In Namibia classes 11 and 12 started this week – under strict hygiene and distance rules. Our liaison teacher Bonita Franz at Namib High School documented the first day of