Drawing the Future – Uganda Findings

Today, Education and Employers, a UK-based charity,  launched a landmark report, Drawing the Future, revealing the factors influencing children’s ambitions and career choices.   Drawing the Future is the biggest survey of its kind ever conducted, asking primary school children aged seven to eleven to draw a picture of the job they want to do when they … More Drawing the Future – Uganda Findings

Inspiring Reading with Primary Futures & Oxford Gardens Primary School

Redearth Education is excited to be taking part in Primary Future’s Inspiring Reading event at Oxford Gardens Primary School on Thursday 18th January.    The event aims at exposing children to a wide variety of jobs and careers that they may not have previously considered. Organisers and participants of the event hope to excite children about … More Inspiring Reading with Primary Futures & Oxford Gardens Primary School

Volunteer Kelly says hello from Bokwe Primary

Redearth volunteer Kelly joined the Redearth Uganda team in September 2017, bringing with her 18 years of teaching and education experience. Upon arriving, with just enough time to settle into her new home in Masindi, Kelly joined the evaluation team for the 2018 Redearth Achievement Awards and hit the road. The Achievement Awards are an annual … More Volunteer Kelly says hello from Bokwe Primary

“Drawing the Future” Project around the world

We’re excited because we are taking part in the incredible, international project. “Drawing the Future.” Children around the world, from the UK to Australia, Uganda to Pakistan, Belarus to China, are busy drawing pictures of the jobs they want when they are older. The project by Inspiring the Future, and in partnership with Tes, the NAHT headteachers’ … More “Drawing the Future” Project around the world

Introducing our new volunteer Kelly, and welcoming Lydia back to the team

We are thrilled to introduce our new, long-term volunteer, Kelly, who joins Redearth Education’s Ugandan team with 18 years of teaching and education experience. We are also excited to announce that former Redearth volunteer Lydia has returned to Masindi for a term. Kelly will living with in Masindi for one year, collaborating with rural schools to support … More Introducing our new volunteer Kelly, and welcoming Lydia back to the team

Redearth Benefit Concert with Dean Owens and friends

As the nights grow darker in Edinburgh this October, a group of acclaimed artists lit up the stage, helping put five orphaned and vulnerable children through three years of education. Redearth long-term supporter and volunteer, and expert in pre-primary education, Sheena Gilby organised the event. Here she fills us in on its success.   A … More Redearth Benefit Concert with Dean Owens and friends