Stroud teacher helps school with 2,000 pupils but no electricity
A SCHOOL with no electricity in Gambia is being helped by a Stroud lecturer.
Sports lecturer Julie Pimm, at South Gloucestershire and Stroud College, has ventured out to the school to lend a hand.
The school teaches 2,000 pupils but has no power, no computers and a library with a limited selection of books but no furniture for the pupils to sit and read.
Classrooms are equipped with old blackboards, chairs and tables in rooms with damaged roofs.
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Staff from the school have to travel two hours just to photocopy work sheets.
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