It’s been an exciting time for the children at our learning centres in Kutupalong in Bangladesh. Classes returned to school in July with a warm colourful welcome from their teachers and they received brand new text books.
Take a look at the joyful photos we received from our partners...
BACK TO SCHOOL CELEBRATIONS
The teachers love to celebrate the learning centres opening again after the holidays and always make it special for the children, who usually miss being in the classroom and can’t wait to get back to their lessons.
Colourful balloons adorned the classrooms and were handed out to the children on their first day back. The children were also excited to receive new textbooks, which were handed out with joy by the teachers and project staff.
BRAND NEW TEXTBOOKS
Mohammed and Husnama attend the learning centres in Kutupalong camp and told us how pleased they were to be returning to school:
In Bangladesh, through our learning centres in Kutupalong camp, Cox’s Bazar communities, the Doharazi enclaves and Bhasan Char island, 7,306 Rohingya refugee and slum dwelling children, who are otherwise cut off from learning, benefit from access to basic education, play, health inputs, nutritional support and creative opportunities. Daily digital lessons projected in all classrooms break down language barriers and enable children to genuinely understand and learn.