Welcome to Year 3:
A fun year for your child. The intensity of Year 3 and the focus on grammar, arithmetic and spelling will seem like a distant memory as the new term starts.
Increasing independence and empathy
This stage marks the end of Key Stage 1 as your child enters Key Stage 2. The graduation into KS2 involves a new level of independence and responsibility. This means that we encourage children to take on a bigger role in school life, take more responsibility for the younger students and we have higher expectations for their behavior. In addition, as part of their development, they are required to prepare and organize themselves each day, making sure they have what they need for school.
Gopa Das Crockford – Year 3 Mabira Teacher
My name is Gopa and I have been teaching at Ambrosoli since August 2015. I started my teaching career in 1989 and have taught in various International Schools around the world, including schools in India, UK, and the United States of America. My husband and I are very happy to be back in Uganda after 16 years. We love Africa, having lived in Zimbabwe until 1995. We have one daughter who is studying at the University of Bath, in the U.K.
I feel very passionate about teaching and feel privileged to be given the care of your children. It is a great joy to spend the day putting a love of learning into the curious and inquisitive minds of children. I often wonder, is there a more rewarding job? Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions and if I can help to improve the learning of your child in any way.
Julius Sembatya– Year 3 Mabira LA
Hello! My name is Julius Sembatya. I am a fully qualified primary teacher and taught at Makerere West Primary School, Kampala prior to working at Ambrosoli International School. I am the learning support assistant in Year 3 Mabira. I started working at Ambrosoli in 2013 and my life has never been the same. The children, parents and fellow teachers make me feel at home. I love playing football, volleyball and running. I’m generally a sporty person and I love travelling, making new friends and listening to music. Most of all, I love working with kids and I enjoy watching them learn, grow and develop. It’s been my passion since I was a kid myself and I am happy to be at Ambrosoli.
Lorraine Anderson – Year 3 Bunyonyi Teacher and English Coordinator
Hello! I came to Ambrosoli in August 2015, I previously I taught in a Primary School on the west coast of Scotland and I have also lived and taught in South Korea for four years. I love teaching and I am really lucky to be able to follow my passion. In my spare time, I enjoy a variety of different activities including books, music, amateur dramatics and travel. I have been to some interesting places around Uganda and I am keen to do more.
Racheal Nambuya – Year 3 Bunyonyi LSA
Hello! My name is Racheal Nambuya. I am a Ugandan by nationality. In Ambrosoli International School I have been teaching here since 2008. I am a teacher who is very enthusiastic about the early childhood and primary education. I love what I do very much! I am a mother of 4 lovely children, Kayton, Kimora, Khloe, Kofi. When am not at work, I spend my time with my beautiful family watching television, reading, cooking and going for adventures and I also love music/dancing. Learning is a lifetime journey as a fact, therefore, I am happy to be in Year 3 Bunyonyi this year.