Burscott’s Ugandan Experience
Posted on June 7, 2016 | By spenningtonwoolsery
Today we had some special visitors come into class to explain all about life for a primary school child in Uganda. They spend a lot of time learning about agriculture and growing food. Their most common meal is posho and beans, a cornflour porridge with beans in a sauce. We made some in class to try and it was delicious. Ugandan children don’t wear shoes to school and on their first day of term they all have their heads shaved! They grow bananas, mangoes, pineapples, cassava and cotton. We looked at their flag and some Ugandan artifacts.