Key to the success of the Project is the communication via the twinned schools blog sites. Click on the links below to discover more
There are 14 Ugandan and English schools involved in the Queen Elizabeth Parks Project.
Some of these schools are involved in full partnerships, others simply involve the Project Team in cultural, environmental and citizenship aspects of the school curiculum.
One of the main ideas is to get Park Rangers visiting local schools.
The Project runs cluster meetings in both Uganda and England, it also organises training events and has overseen the donation and use of laptops and tablets which aid communication between UK and Ugandan schools.
We would like to thank Denplan for orginally donating laptops and also Clanfield and Liss Junior schools in the UK for supporting the instalation of solar panels at their respective partner schools.
The Project also collects pens, pencils, exercise books and other items in support of our Ugandan Twinned Schools.
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The Project's Rangers and Teachers work hard to find innovative ideas and activites to engage young people in wildlife conservation, environmental and cultural issues.
Led by local artist Philippa Adams, Clanfield Junior School involved pupils, teachers and parents in creating a giant mosaic celebrating their connection with Bukorwe Primary School.
Katunguru Primary School pupils got involved in local environmental project to clean up their local area.
They made a giant elephant sculpture of an elephant out of the plastic bottles they collected,
A truly inspiring way to connect with wildlife.
Teachers Adam Stanley and Yowasi Byaruhanga worked with the Tag Rugby Trust to create the Conservation Cup.
They use sport as a way of engaging young people in Wildlife.