Our classrooms are imaginative learning centers where our teachers often utilize games and interactive activities to teach maths and language concepts. This social and creative learning environment encourages rapid English language acquisition for our English as a second language learners. In addition, our classroom approach promotes collaborative learning and respectful social behaviour.
Located remotely from Cambodia's central metropolitan areas, Kep does not have a central water system. As a result, one of our greatest challenges at Kep International School has been maintaining a consistent water supply.
Last month, we successfully drilled a well on our grounds to supply water to our school. Currently, we are developing a water purification system for drinking water. As part of our leadership and ecology initiatives, we look forward to equipping our students with water systems knowledge so that they have the skills to innovate for their communities in this area.
Thank you to our donors who have contributed toward these efforts: Claes and Inger Erixzon, Chris and Noel Gale, and Richard Jones. Obtaining a consistent water supply was a crucial accomplishment for our school facilities and we are thankful for the generous support.
During their visit to Kep, Chris and Danielle visited Kep International School to meet the child they support with a full scholarship. After a tour of our school, they spent time getting to know the student they support and encouraged her efforts to achieve educational goals.
On behalf of Kep International School, thank you very much for coming to visit.