A group of students and teachers from Caludon Castle School in Coventry flew out to Kampala in Uganda as part of the Africa Inspires project. It is linked with Lord Coe’s idea that the 2012 Olympics should leave a lasting legacy on children around the world.
The students have spent the last year raising funds to build a Water Harvesting Tank for Family Primary School which is one of the poorest schools in Kampala. The teachers, students and the children of Family Primary School Kampala would like to thank Voiceflex for there extremely kind donation towards this project.
During their stay the students and teachers will be teaching the children in a range of academic and sporting activities as well as up-skilling the teachers at Family Primary. This culminates in a sports Festival when schools from all around Kampala come to compete.
Paul Taylor Sales Director comments: as a company we believe it important to support the local community, and their efforts to bring some happiness to unprivileged children from around the world, sport as we know breaks down all kinds of barriers, and instals belief in all that participate.