In high school I had many of my best and worst moments of life, I cried, I laughed, I loved, I bled, I was bullied, I fought, I led, I excelled on top, I escaped and other things. Like all High schools we had strict rules and regulations, though many of these rules are broken… Continue reading The Kiosk And Kafunda Tales From High school
Last year, 2015 ‘The school of life’ did a short film ‘What’s education for?’ this film is just 3 minutes and some seconds. This short films says it all that I would love to share and change about the education. But hey, Since we are in the #UgBlogWeek under the theme: School made me no… Continue reading What’s Education For Exactly?
What if I told you, you are brainwashed all through school? What if I told you, your creativity is killed by school? What if told you, going through school and having an education are two different things? What if I told you, education is the key and school is the lock? What if I told… Continue reading What If I Told You, School . . .
One of the profound things I liked about being in boarding section; I was never late for school, I mean I was already in school, how could I be late! Well, that was the way my life was set up four years in a boarding school, until when a flip happened in Advanced Level and… Continue reading The Latecomers Club
Today I host a guest on my blog, Ruth Yawe Leona Kirabo a close and personal friend and everything in between. I told her we are doing the #UgBlogWeek under the theme: School made me no better, this is what she had to say; Two things, school made me better, yes and no. No better, I… Continue reading School, Everything And Nothing
A few years back, I was watching spoken poetry and then I found Suli Breaks’ YouTube channel, which has totally awesome pieces. (I tell no lies) So, one of the pieces that captured much of my attention was “Why I hate School but love Education.” since we are in the #UgBlogWeek under the theme: School… Continue reading School Vs Education
In my primary four, I was the class monitor and the privileges that came along with that title were equivalent to being a semi-god of the whole class. I mean, I was in charge of; availing a cane for the teacher, producing two separate lists of names: one for vernacular speakers another for noise makers,… Continue reading School, In The Time Of Leadership