P.O Box 955 Kampala, Uganda
+256 752 711564
ugandavolunteersfoundation@gmail.com

SISTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS

Transforming communities through sustainable volunteer projects

The main goals of the program is to,

  1. Improve learner outcomes and foster social cohesion in nurturing holistic learner development by creating an environment for cultural exchange through sharing expertise and resources across suburban and township schools.
  2. Create relationships between the students allover the world and families, communities in Uganda .
  3. The programme aims to improve academic performance by encouraging schools to share their infrastructure and skills sets in terms of leadership and governance.
  4. The programme is aimed at achieving an optimal level of performance in both schools and building a new non-racial education system.
  5. The programme ensures that learners are exposed to peers from diverse socio-economic backgrounds, improve equality of access to high-quality education, and strengthen the quality of education delivered compared to global best practice.

Through our school Sandy Bevan Educational Center https://sandybevaneducationalcentre.wordpress.com we wish to partner with schools allover the world in an aim to work together as below

Benefits Of The Program

The potential benefits of this partnerships include:

a. Capacity building it can help strengthen the school staff involved through sharing or transfer of skills and knowledge. This – in turn – can lead to renewed school strategy development and innovation.

b. Identification of best practices, it provides opportunities to identify ideas, approaches, techniques and methods that seem to have worked well for colleagues in partner schools and which can be shared and serve as inspiration for new initiatives and help schools avoid reinventing the wheel.

c. Added value, increased quality and effectiveness of school activities Where the partnerships involve collaborating on a specific activity, it usually results in added value, more quality and effectiveness.

d. Broadening of horizons partnerships help school staff and learners to broaden their views and be more outward looking, to break down barriers, to understand other cultures and to learn about not only how education and training is developed and implemented in other countries but also the employment perspective in the regional context.

e. Relationship building, partnerships can help build stronger relationships between school staff (and learners) in different countries. These relationships are one of the most important preconditions for lasting contacts and collaboration (sustainable contacts) and they can be drawn upon when either of the schools have a need which their partner can assist with or when opportunities arise for working together for instance in projects.

f. Networking it can contribute to greater networking, for instance when the schools involved in collaboration are exposed to each other’s existing local and regional networks. Networking can have wide and important 6perspectives for instance in relation to foreign company investment, technology transfer and employment.

g. Mobility of teachers and learners are useful when schools want to create opportunities for mobility of teachers and learners. A partner school can host teachers and learners but it can also create the necessary contacts to companies and social partner organizations for practice placements and visits.

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