Eagle's view Humanist primary school is a rural based school serving three villages-:kaiira,Muwangi and Namwenda.The is school is located in Kaiira village, Buwenge subcounty, Jinja district.
The school is run by two Humanist directors (Muwanguzi Rogers and Isabirye Brian)
Many children in rural areas have little opportunity to get education.Eagle's view came up as a solution to mitigate the above problem.
We aim to develop self confident students who care for each other and their local communities,the school encourages students to be open minded and questioning
The school is inclusive, non political,we emphasize science"critical thinking" to enable our students to respect evidence and appreciate the need for shared human values.We teach children to have an inquiry mind and learn to think for themselves
We teach the Uganda national primary curriculum, offering mathematics,science, English and social studies.Optional subjects are Humanism, agricultural, music,dance and drama.We are secular and embrace humanist values.
Majority of our parents are single parents who mainly do subsistence farming for survival.
It was because of increasing number of school dropouts, alarming number of girl mothers that we came up with this greater vision.The community welcomed us and embraced the project,by the end of first year , reached an enrollment of 100 students
The school has a special program for less previldged children like orphans, sickcelled and HIV infected children.The school provides free education to the children who belong to the previous mentioned cases.
You can help us support the orphans by monthly donation of $30.Or sponsor a child at $250-$300 a year.This includes feeding, clothing,medical care, scholastic materials and other life necessities
YOU CAN REACH YOUR SUPPORT VIA
-worldremit using the information below
*Name: muwanguzi Rogers
Address: Buwenge, Jinja
School motto: Embracing science for a better future
School mission:To produce responsible citizens with a sense of critical thinking towards development
The school is in preparations to build permanent structures