Armed and Equipped For Excellence, Effectiveness and Team Spirit

Richard Egesa (extreme left) and and Joseph Apata (extreme right) from Purpose Uganda sharing a picture with the staff of Wells of Hope Schools on 26th January 2019

Annually, teachers and support staff at the schools are equipped in capacity building. This year’s training was held on 25th & 26th January 2019, with the theme “Armed and Equipped For Excellence, Effectiveness and Team Spirit.” The Executive Director welcomed the staff into the New Year and reminded them of the Organisation Vision, Mission and Values. She appreciated them for last year’s performance and encouraged them that 2019 is going to be a better year because they all have potential to excelThe topics facilitated about included: Sexual Harassment and measures of prevention; Child Protection; Becoming a great teacher; Effective learning and Effective teaching; Focus, Prioritizing and Weekly Programing; Temperaments and Personality traits; Team work. 

Richard Egesa from Purpose Uganda facilitating about Temperaments and Personality traits

The staff were encouraged to work in teams and that for an organization to move forward, collective efforts of each member are required. They were encouraged to embrace Professionalism which will enhance positive behavior of the children.

Joseph Apata from Purpose Uganda facilitating about Teamwork

The Executive Director emphasized the importance of staff understanding the Child Protection & Harassment policy that exists at Wells of Hope. The staff were encouraged to work in teams and that for an organization to move forward, collective efforts of each member are required.

One of the staff members participating in the training

The facilitators included: Harounah Kayiwa, an instructor from Buloba Teachers Primary College; Richard Egesa and Joseph Apata from Purpose Uganda; Ellen Eva Ssuubi; Charles Senoga, Wells of Hope High School head teacher, Stephen Tukahirwa, Wells of Hope Junior School Head Teacher and Deputy Head Teacher, Charles Ocoper.
We thank Mr Kayiwa, Mr Egesa, Mr Apata and all our sponsors for their continued support.

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