What time is it in Zambia?
In Zambia it is two hours ahead of the UK. So when you start school at 8:45am at Stafford Leys it is already 10:45am in Zambia.
Where are you staying in Zambia?
Whilst visiting the school I have been staying in a lodge just down the road. I share a hut with a teacher from Hinckley. In the hut we have a bed and our bathroom.
How many classes are there in out link school?
There are 18 classes in school. Some of these are in the morning and some in the afternoon.
Is the school in a village or a town?
The school is in a large village surrounded by farms and small houses. It is close to a small town called Luanshya.
Do you travel a long distance to school?
Some of the children travel a long way to school. Most of the children walk to school and it can take as long as 1 hour and 30 minutes to get to school.
Do the children get to play in Zambia?
The children get a short break between their lessons. The morning break begins at 8:15am, before our lessons have even started!
Do they have hot dinners in Zambia?
No they do not have hot dinners in Zambia. All of the children go home for their lunch. Some children might bring a small snack into school with them such as corn on the cob, sweet potatoes and mangoes. Some of the children can't afford a snack so they don't eat anything all day. Other children have biscuits and crisps if their parents have more money.
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