20th May 2016
With all students in class Z4 doing well in their end of course exam in March and moving up to an advanced class, the Wild Frontiers Foundation is now pleased to sponsor the new beginners class at Lone Buffalo, in Laos, for the next school year.
1C is Lone Buffalo’s first specific beginners’ English class aimed at students aged from 11 to 14. Along with young people from the area, a special invitation was also extended to those working for bomb clearing organisations in the province, UXO Lao and Mines Advisory Group, to enrol their young sons and daughters in this special class.
We wish all the students of Class 1C the best for the year ahead and look forward to hearing about their progress.
We also extend our congratulations to the students of Class Z4 on their great exam results.
Chief Operating Officer at Lone Buffalo, Mark Steadman, was happy to report that all the students did well and have moved up a level, with 18 from 21 tested getting 80% or over.
‘Mr Mr Xay Yang & Mr Souvanxay both got 98%!’
Through classroom sponsorship the Wild Frontiers Foundation is delighted to have played a small part in the students’ success and help Lone Buffalo continue to offer free English tuition to children from poor rural communities in northern Laos.