TO ALL PARENTS & GUARDIANS:
All schools in Zambia have been instructed to close to
avoid the potential spread of the corona virus.
SCHOOL WILL CLOSE THURSDAY MARCH 19th
THE END OF TERM EXAMS HAVE ALSO BEEN CANCELED.
PUPILS WILL HAVE A MIDTERM ASSESSMENT IN TERM 2.
THE SCHEDULED DATE FOR THE START OF TERM 2
IS MONDAY MAY 11th
As we work with the community in order to protect the
health and well being of everyone. Please encourage your
child to cover their mouth and nose when coughing and
sneezing, or cough into their elbow and make sure that they wash their hands regularly using soap, after coughing, after using the toilet and before eating. It is everyone’s responsibility to keep ourselves and others safe.
We pray that our families, our community, our nation, and
the world remain safe and healthy over the next few weeks.
THE SCHOOL WILL INFO YOU IF ANY
OF THESE DATES ARE CHANGED
Friends For Zambia, a non-governmental organization (NGO) in Canada, works to further primary education in the community of Lilayi, Zambia. FFZ was established to financially assist the community to construct Twitti Primary School. This beautiful school,serving approximately 500 children from Baby Class to Grade 7, was officially opened in July 2012.
Since then, Friends For Zambia has maintained its involvement with the school and continues to support various projects identified by the Lilayi Education Trust.
In 2019 the need for a new larger school bus to bring the ever-increasing number of children to school became apparent. A call for donations was made in Canada and many people came forward to help. Thank you for your generosity!
The bus was purchased and arrived last August. The children,their parents and guardians, the bus driver, the teachers and the administration all welcomed the new transport. Twitti pupils now have a safe and reliable way to travel to school and back home.
In October 2018 Lafarge Zambia donated 300 pockets of cement to be used in TPS infrastructure projects.
January 2019: The first project was the construction of a wall at the rear of the Twitti property. This wall provides security for the pupils and the school property. Thank you Lafarge for making this pos!
A strong community statement from Lafarge: "When our communities start to prosper because of our involvement and the Lafarge name becomes synonymous with constant unwavering commitment, then we are on our way to one of our greatest growth objectives: Building a better Zambia.
Soon after an initial connection was made between Twitti School and Lafarge in 2007 by Friends For Zambia, the company made a commitment to provide all the bags of cement required to construct the new Twitti School buildings. The first delivery was made in April 2008, and deliveries continued until the school was complete.