Gamblog Autumn 2018

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Welcome to Autumn 2018 and our update from S4K. Looking back to August 2017’s blog, Sol had just had a new baby named after him. In the blink of an

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Summer 2018 Gamblog

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Firstly, a big thank you to all our sponsors, old and new who made the effort to pay their school fees on time. And to those who were late and explained why; we

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Bonus Gamblog One Love Sponsor Famalam

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When we initially decided to do a Gamblog, it was meant to be short and sweet and regular to keep all our amazing sponsor family in touch with life across the Atlantic. Events

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Gamblog Summer 2018

S4K is celebrating another successful year and sponsorship of your little stars.
Ramadan came earlier this summer. Ramadan Mubarak.
The exact dates of Ramadan change every year because Islam uses a lunar calendar, which means that each month begins with the sighting of a new moon. Because lunar months are shorter than the solar

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S4K Spring is Sprung – Spring 18 Blog

S4K Spring is Sprung
The birds are at it. The dogs are at it. Even the cows who roam the beach are at it.

It is mating time in Gambia so expect an influx of new babies, human and animal by the end of the year! Each morning

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Gam Blog ~ Winter 2017

Season’s Greetings S4K Famalam
Brrrrrr HOW COLD IS UK IN DECEMBER?!??! Bit of a culture shock for Ginger, having her first English winter for a long time. In flip flops. In our last blog post, we eluded to family health problems. Ginger’s dad was diagnosed with cancer at the end

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Skoolz Back For Autumn

 
Blog Autumn 2017
And in news from S4K . Our kids are back in school. School term in Gambia starts a few weeks after the UK, but all our charges were back by the end of September. The usual uniform saga continues despite having pre-ordered 100+ uniforms from the

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Rainy Season in an Equatorial Tropical Sub-Saharan Country

The title reflects what most tourists who visit during the dry season miss: Rain and humidity. Ex-Pats who live here often experience the worst of it, but in the main, they live in comfortable compounds away from Serekunda, Brikama and villages with no roads, water or power (with one exception

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