There are more things in heaven and earth Horatio than are dreamt of in your philosophy (Shakespeare- Hamlet 1)
There is so much science still does not understand. [More ...]
Thank you to all our supporters!
We wish you could see the light of understanding dawning in the children’s eyes, as they grasp the mathematical concepts that were previously so difficult to imagine.
Partnering with the initiative of one of our Mission Patrons, Tony Watson, the Math Kits you’ve helped to provide have made the shape of a pyramid real, explained ‘three dimensional’, and illustrated ‘volume’ ... just as a starting point.
We wish you could hear the joy and enthusiasm in the teachers’ voices as they use these education kits in the classroom. You’ve made their teaching so much easier and they are so grateful to you.
We wish you could see the extra text books, the education posters, and more that your generosity has provided.
We wish you could truly know just how much of a difference you’ve made, and how much you matter to us, as our Catholic schools teach not only curricula subjects, but also a Christian way of life.
We wish we could show our thankfulness for your kindness with more than the two little words of ‘thank you’ for your priceless contribution to good education.
If you would like to continue supporting our efforts to bring about change in our country through education, please click the button alongside.
Government funding covers teachers' salaries but little else. There is a desperate need for additional text books, dictionaries and education kits in 19 Catholic primary and secondary schools in our Archdiocese, where parents can't afford to pay fees.
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