Want to know what it's like ot be a student in Mwanjati? Here's a couple of stories from our students. . .
“My name is Daudi Ishmael and I was born in 2004 and I am 12 years old. I am a boy, learning at Mwanjati full Primary School in Standard 6. I come from a family of 6 children. I like my lessons very much more, especially English, Mathematics, Science and Technology and expressive Arts.
Teachers at this school work hard to support our education. With their guidance, I am confident that I will achieve my ambitions to become an engineer. I work very hard in school.
My hobbies are reading, playing football and swimming, since I live along the lake shores of Lake Malawi.
Sometimes I face challenges like lack of school learning materials, i.e. pens, books, exercise books, atlases and rulers. My family is poor, that this becomes hard to get. All in all, I always get position one in examinations.”
“I am Lucy Mwase, a girl aged 14 years old. I am in standard 8 at Mwanjati Primary School. I come from a family of seven (7) children), and I am the first born. My parents never tasted education and are poor.
I work very hard in school, and would like to be a doctor in future.
I like mathematics, science and technology and English the most. My hobbies are music, reading, playing netball and dancing.
We have very hardworking teachers and with their coaching I hope to achieve my goal”.