1 + 2 = 3

School in the UK has now begun for about a month. Don’t worry kids, half term will come along soon enough!

On a more relevant note, earlier this year we began constructing a second school in Ban Koy, you can read our update about it here if you haven’t done so yet. The funding for that project was entirely organised by the head girl and head boy of Bryanston School in Dorset. Now that school in the UK has commenced, we’d like to give all of our student (and teacher) readers something to consider.

Let’s do some Maths.

Sponsorship for one child costs £24 per month
Average number of pupils in a school class is 24 students
Sponsorship one class would pay a month is £24
Sponsorship each student would pay a month is £1

That’s right, ONE little pound.

Let’s take the math a little further and take a secondary school for example.
In this school there are seven years. Each year has five different tutor groups, each of 24 students. If each class sponsored a child, how many disadvantaged children would the whole school provide a future for?

7 X 5 = 35 Children

And let’s not forget how much the staff could raise if they donated £1 a month too.

We are a growing charity in the UK and we appreciate all of the sponsors and donations we receive, so please, if you can give us a hand.