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Monteiro, one of the older Casa Reom boys, attended his graduation ceremony this week after completing his training as a teacher of Physical Education. The staff put on a special celebration party in the new dining room at Casa Reom with a meal, drinks and a celebration cake.
Monteiro's specialist sports subjects were basketball and netball, but he is also qualified to teach geography and Portuguese at primary level. He was due to begin a probationary teaching placement in 2020 but due to schools closing this has been deferred.
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The Sulemane family continues to recover at home following the horrific attack on Nelio at the end of December. The doctors say he is expected to fully recover from the physical and mental injuries sustained in the attack.
The Emergency Recovery Fund raised over £1,000 and these funds have already been sent and received. You can see by this photo that the family have been able to get additional security gates and bars made and fitted to their house. The money will also cover all the medical/hospital costs incurred as well as repairing damage to the house and replacement of locks.
The family wish to say thank you to those who responded. They are really touched by this support that they had not expected.
The Trust have decided to create an Emergency Support Fund so that Casa Reom can repair the damage caused by cyclone Eloise as well as respond to the needs of the community around.
The fund will be ongoing so Casa Reom can continue to provide people in the local community with materials to repair their homes or to provide emergency aid.
It is almost a year since Escola Reom closed just as the 2020 school year was getting underway. This week the teachers begin the challenge to make up for almost a year of lost education.
Escola Reom starts later this year after the school hosted the delayed 2020 end-of-year exams for local secondary school children. When cyclone Eloise damaged the roof of next door Inhamizua Secondary School, Casa Reom stepped in to offer a place for Year 10 and Year 12 pupils to complete these critical exams.