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Patterson’s blog: Consulting with parents improves pupil voice

  This month, MOET has conducted a meeting with parents with an intention to discuss and agree with parents on the children welfare and on general discipline of pupils. This is a routine meeting that normally take place every year to reflect on the the general conduct and perfomance of students. The gathering also takes place to select a Mother Group which is an independent body that receive pupils concerns . They provide advice to the school administration as well as counselling whenever necessary.  At Moet, we greatly believe in empowering the community and meetings like this help pupils to… Read More

Patterson’s blog: Permaculture brings food and profits

The permaculture programme at Moet is an expression of hopes, dreams and values but also provides a very useful source of income.  There are three dams and one pond of fish on the site and this month, we have harvested the fish in one of the dams. The harvested fish was either sold to staff or eaten by some of the boarders at lunchtime with great relish.  The rain water in January and February has made the dams very full so there was a plentiful supply.  Read More

Patterson’s blog: Toothbrush gift leads to smiles all round

Members of a Dutch hygiene organisation have showed they were bristling with generosity when they gave toothbrushes to help children in Moet.  Esther Teunissen came to give the toothbrushes and toothpaste personally. The children were delighted to see  Esther again as she also visited MOET last year and wanted to help further. The Hygiene Club has 21 pupils involved and encourages learners to maintain good hygiene and sanitation to keep their bodies and homes or surrounding clean to prevent diseases.  Its mission is exactly the same as the hygiene club in Netherland which is why Esther was so interested… Read More

Patterson’s blog: Donated cycles help pupils to get to school.

Donated cycles are helping pupils make their way to school and benefit from further educational opportunities. Children who are selected to attend the Community Day Secondary Schools can sometime find it difficult to get to the school as they are too far to walk to. This means they sometimes stay at home and then end up missing out on their education.  If they do end up walking, they are often too tired and worn out from the walking in order to concentrate.  A bike can travel four times the speed of a person which means that two hours of hard… Read More

Headmaster’s blog: Girls excel in carpentry classes

In a bid to continue to shape the lives of vulnerable and under-privileged learners into being bread winners of the future, MOET also provide vocational skills development and training to pupils.  Currently, performance of pupils in Computer Science has been encouraging. We also have a good number of girls who are doing exceptionally well in carpentry, a career which is mostly dominated by boys. It is really encouraging for Moet to try to do more in helping to fight gender inequalities.  Three senior classes of 5, 6 and 7 attend the vocation skills development and training programs.  These are the… Read More

Headmaster’s blog: Library proven to accelerate pupil progress at Moet

Recent media attention has been placed on the importance of libraries with the release of the film about Malawian engineer William Kamkwamba who taught himself how to build electric windmills after borrowing books from his school library. Thanks to your kind donations, Moet is lucky enough to have a library. This is a facility which is missing in most government schools that are in the area and could lead to Moet children learning the same skills as “The boy who harnessed the wind. ”  A recent meeting of Primary Education Advisors ( PEAs) took place at the school where many… Read More

Headmaster’s blog: Seedlings gift will aid flood prevention.

Moet has received a special gift of seedlings this month which will help with the fight against floods.Teachers from Maryam Teachers College visited MOET School with a truck loaded with 2000 tree seedlings. The tree seedlings  will be planted in strategic areas and communities to help add vegetation and canopying. Last month, we reported how some of the area was devastated by early floods.  MOET School operates within a community which experiences flooding almost every rainy season. The tree seedlings will improve the diminishing vegetative covers which are the best natural remedy to enhancing water percolation and reducing surface Read More

December 2018 Report- Awards ceremony marks end of year.

Pupils have come back refreshed from their Christmas break and they still remember the celebrations to mark the end of term and the rewards for their academic successes. There was a fantastic closing ceremony  to mark the end of term and celebrate academic achievement. Awards were given to pupils who had performed the best in the term. They were delighted to be given prizes such as books and pens. Read More

December 2018 Report- A Belated Happy New Year from Moet

Staff and pupils enjoyed celebrating the festive season together . Moet staff enjoyed teaching children about the spirit of the season and marking the occasion with special food and dancing.  The Children and staff of Moet would like to wish all sponsors and friends a very happy 2019. Mangochi Orphan Education and Training (MOET) would like to extend their very best wishes to all well-wishers who are always with us in their memories and those that have supported or do support the institution in various ways. Your support can never go unnoticed as you contribute to the realisation of our successes Read More

December 2018 Report: Early season floods in Mangochi

The rain season in Mangochi and around MOET in the month has unfortunately  started very strongly with a number of areas flooded and houses submerged. In Mangochi alone and close to MOET, a total of 128 households have been destroyed by floods which all happened by the third week of December. Although the area is prone to floods, experts are saying these have started early this year as usually the  area is subjected to huge amounts of rain in  late January and in February. The picture shown was taken on the road which is at a distance of less than 50 metres from the MOET campus. You Read More

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