What are the classrooms like? Are the tables and chairs made of wood? What is the Zambian school made out of?
The tables and chair are made of wood and metal. The classrooms do not have a whiteboard or an interactive whiteboard. The teachers use a chalk board. The children do not display their work on the walks like we do at Stafford Leys. All the classrooms have windows to allow the fresh air in to try and keep then cool.
The school is made of concrete and many of the walls have been painted to make then look nice. A lot of the windows are broken and there are bars across many windows to stop people getting in a night.
There are nine classrooms in the school. There can be 50 children in each class at one time. The classrooms are shared so that one group will use them in the morning and another group will use them in the afternoon.