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Isaac Newton School


Students ready for a debate

The North East Humanists have provided scholarships for students attending the Isaac Newton High School, Katera, Masaka, which is part of the Uganda Humanist Schools Trust

This is a humanist school which accepts children of all religions. It provides education for around 130 students, who study subjects such as biology, physics, chemistry, agriculture, fine arts, music, political education, and history

The school caters for orphaned children who are running families on their own, children in disadvantaged families who cannot afford secondary education, abandoned children who can be placed in foster homes near the school, and children who can pay fees to generate income and support the disadvantaged children.

NEH has raised funds for over ten years to support students through a year at the school, with the children sponsored ranging from 12 to 17 years of age.

The annual cost of tuition for each child is £300, including a school uniform

Jean and Barrie Berkley from NEH, as well as Roger McAdam and Jack Jeffrey have all visited the Isaac Newton school which continues to grow and thrive with the support of North East Humanists and other Humanist groups.


Sam, supported at school by NEH, with his brothers and sisters

Donations can be made by visiting the Donate page for Uganda Humanist Schools Trust.

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