The children of Corner of Hope tell a poem about learning with the Montessori materials.
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Naomi Wangui talks to Lynne Lawrence about the new Montessori school in Kisima-Njoro
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Samwell Njoroge speaks about the children of Corner of Hope.
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The Children of Class C of Corner of Hope present a short rhyme.
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The Corner of Hope is a pilot project to help vulnerable people such as those in refugee, transit and IDP Camps build a community using the principles of the Montessori approach. It is based on an ethos of self-reliance not dependence, community not school, self ownership and control, dignity and self worth which all play an important role in overcoming the effects of trauma experienced by the inhabitants of the camps. It has the added advantage of building for the future and creating transferable skills that will accompany both adults and children wherever their final destination may be. The initial project includes a school for 520 children within the Transit Camp in New Canaan, near Nakuru. The following video shows the construction of the school, training of the teachers, provision of the Montessori materials and joy of the children.
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Magdalena Kayange, teacher at Worseg Vision Medium English School talks about the Corner of Hope 6-12 Course
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Mark Kirubi, Assistant Teacher in the Public Primary School Nakuru, talks about the 6-12 Course.
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Matesha Sembuche, Tutor at Montessori Training Centre Mwanza, Tanzania, on the 6-12 Corner of Hope Course
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Children work with Montessori materials in one of the Corner of Hope classrooms.
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Dipika Lakhani spoke on Corner of Hope, working to set up school an training in an internally displaced persons’ camp in Kenya.
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