Singing the Ghanaian national anthem at assembly.
Little girls like Gifty can come to our school without fear of being persecuted by the other children or even the teachers, as happens in other schools.
Louis with our school bus driver.
Joycelin Sundiate's attendance at our school is a ray of hope for her and her family, after their house burnt down last summer.
Aziz and Gemima with their friend.
The children of Juliet Johnston school, whose lives have been changed through your generosity.
Music with Madam Ophelia.
Dictionary work - an extremely generous supporter donated 1,000 books to us.
Adapting phonics for Ghana has improved reading and writing at the school enormously – we are 2 to 3 years ahead of state schools.
Junior High class 3 sitting their mock exams.
We’ve been supported by many schools in the UK. Muthill Primary in Crieff have worked extremely hard to get DFID and British Council grants for their teachers and ours to swap visits between the UK and Ghana.
Some enthusiastic marching by our cadets.
They might live here...
But they really like going to our school. It costs just £10 a month to sponsor one of our children which includes food and transport.
Madam Juliet - our Ghanian director.
Kobi comes from the poorest of poor villages but is top of his class.
Adapting phonics for Ghana has improved reading and writing at the school enormously - we are 2 to 3 years ahead of state school.
Our teachers - our excellent results are largely down to the hard work, enthusiasm and teamwork of our staff who make the school a very happy place.
Head of Primary, Madam Charity, with her class.
Transport remains a huge challenge for us but we remain committed to educating children from the poorest outlying villages.
Harvesting our land for school lunches.
Our school cook.
Queuing for lunch.
Beans aren't Stella's (right) favourite! (Even tho' they're very nutritious).
Madam Eric with Mr Ishmael, School Administrator and Mr Rock, Head.
Gemima - one of our sponsored children.
Gemima's home - a typical home for our children.
Gemima's brother, Aziz, and their mother. They look really happy (Rose insisted on putting her only good dress on for the photo) but it's a different story underneath. They struggle to survive by trading bananas. With no money, Rose has to buy the bananas on credit at twice the price she would pay if she had a little capital.
Gemima's village. It was split in two to make way for a new road. Their grandmother died crossing the road to see her friend when a lorry careered off the road into her. Already struggling to make ends meet, they then had to pay for her funeral which is a really expensive business in Ghana.
Gemima with her friend, Louis, who is also sponsored.
Some of our first graduates - over 50% of them subsequently got the grades to enter university.
Delighted to receive their penpal letters from children at Carlton VC Lower.
One of our supporters donated us 1,000 books!
Thank you Girvan Primary for so many books and educational toys!
We were very generously given free shipping!
Our school compound.
Twelve years ago, building the first block.
Getting stuck into labouring.
Madam Eric with the water ladies - we didn't have a well back then so employed water ladies to collect water from a local river to make the cement we needed.
One of our classrooms.
Another one of our classrooms.
Madam Keri, her sister Laura, Muthill Primary Head, Moira Brown, and her partner Nana John visit Ghana. Methyl Primary have been our British Council Partnership school for ten years.
Muthill Primary host Mr Ransford and Mr Joseph to Scotland.
Madam Charity and Madam Tabita visit the UK to learn about teaching methods here.
Tabita was most impressed with our washing machine and tumble drier.
Charity and Tabita visit the Cairn O' Mount. Tabitha managed to persuade Char that snow was a good teaching aid and that she should take some back to Ghana(!)
Mr Eric visits Ghana.
Mr Eric dances Azonto.
The whole school.