Primary school pupils link up via Skype with students in Ugandsa

A primary school in Northampton has linked up with a school in Uganda as part of a music video project.

Wednesday, 11th May 2016, 5:06 pm
Updated Wednesday, 11th May 2016, 6:07 pm
Pupils from Lings Primary School in Northampton have linked up with a school in Uganda as part of a music video project

Pupils at Lings Primary School have been spekaing to students at Joy Primary in Jinja, Uganda, through an intitative run by Northampton based charity Notivate.

The charity works with young people through songwriting and video making programmes, with the focus on building their confidence and allowing them to express their feelings and concerns.

Since 2012, Notivate has been working in Jinja, Uganda and children from many schools and orphanages have been able to express themselves through music and video production.

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Pupils from Lings Primary School in Northampton have linked up with a school in Uganda as part of a music video project

Students from Lings Primary School have been given the opportunity to speak with students from Joy Primary via Skype in a session which enabled the children to ask each other about their lifestyles, as well as discussing art, drama and politics.

Pupils from Lings Primary School in Northampton have linked up with a school in Uganda as part of a music video project