|Posted by Bwambale Robert on November 15, 2012 at 3:25 AM|
Kasese Humanist Primary School has acquired 5 sets computers which have been added on the other three computers we initially had at the school. In addition to this the school has acquired a computer Scanner and a Data Projector and funds making all these happen was a generous donation to the school from Swinburne University of Technology based in Australia plus 2 Friends of the School by the names Bill and James also based in Australia.
The Projector will be used at the school as a learning aid to cast videos and presentations on the screen wall. It will also help Kasese United Humanist Association in organizing events like workshops, debates and also generating an extra income for the school.
The Kasese Humanist Primary School is working jointly with Swinburne University Faculty of Media designs in a project termed as Curly Questions Project which entirely aims at engaging the children at KHPS to ask any science question and receives answers from Swinburne University students.
Swinburne University aims at uplifting the computer infrastructure at the school and has provided funds that assisted in the renovation process of the computer laboratory,equipping of ventillation items,computers, scanner, printers and a projector.
On another note, one of the lecturers who is coordinating with me in this project owns a business firm called Online Galleries are also going to donate to the school project with Cameras, Computer accessories , Educational Dvds plus some funds.
On behalf of the school, i thank the management of Swinburne University of Technology and Online Galleries for their support and remain fully committed to ensure the donated items and funds will put into good use in our efforts to ensure we expose our students to modern technologies in the field of learning.
I thank James Marshall for all his efforts in mediating onbehalf of Swinburne University and remain looking forward for a long lasting partnership.
Below are some of the photographs showing the purchased computers, a Scanner and a School Projector.
Children at Kasese Humanist Primary School in the Computer room
Photo above showing the Projector that was purchased by the School Director from the Swinburne Funds
Inner look of the Computer room, Looking on in the picture is the School Director who is closely monitoring and managing the KHPS / Swinburne partnership on the Ugandan side.
Above photograph shows the Scanner to be used by the school for all its document scanning needs
In the photo above is a display of the procured computers courtesy of Swinburne University of Technology.
Computer literacy is very necessary in exposing people to know more about different areas, computers eases work, improves mental capabilities, connects people,keeps vital information, can be used for entertainment, educational and promotion of research.
Kasese Humanist Primary School is proud to associate itself with Swinburne University of Technology and Online Gallaries Australia.
With Science,we can progress
Bwambale Robert, (School Project Director)
Kasese Humanist Primary School