Kenyans React After A Composition of A Grade Three Pupil Was Posted On Facebook
By @Pmejja | self meida writer
Published 29 days ago - 11 views
One thing that every parent always wishes to give his or her child is education. Today, a post containing a written composition of a grade three pupil that was posted on the Union of BOM And Private Schools Teachers has attracted mixed reactions.
Here are some of the reactions sampled from the facebook page over the same post.
Ounda Felix. Ias a teacher, if it is true that the child is in grade three then it is worth encouraging. Let that headteacher paint the blackboard with immediate effect.
Ambrose Rono. That child has tried that is why the teacher is there to help and to nurture talents of these young angels.
Beatrice Chao. Good handwriting 😋. Thinking capacity is good too I like it.
Edith Simbi. The child has really tried because he has no spelling mistakes.
Otete Omwenga. Exemplary creativity and expression of the particular learning level.
Mose Grison. If nurtured well she/he is a great writer.
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