My students at Tsoaing Primary School are a very lively bunch. They always want their pictures to be taken!
This blog post is part of a series of activities that I'm doing for the Peace Corps' World Wise program. The program links Basotho and American schools through various activities such as blogs like this one and friendly letters.
Hi kids! I hope you're doing well! Thought I'd share a poem I wrote about my school:
Tsoaing Primary School
Tsoaing Primary is a great school.
Students and teachers are so cool.
We learn every single day!
Here are a few more tidbits about Tsoaing Primary School:
-Our students wear uniforms that include black sweaters, white shirts, black dresses and gray pants.
-Our teachers wear black and white because those are our school colors.
-Women teachers are called "madams."
-Men teachers are called "sirs."
-There are 15 teachers on staff.
Kids, can you write a poem about your school? If you can, please post it in the comments section.
Is there anything more specific you'd like to know about Tsoaing Primary School or Lesotho? Please let me know. I'd be happy to answer your questions.