Happy House computers ready for new term
Mama Sue can be very proud of the wonderful computer suite at Happy House School and the way our students are being equipped for a workplace driven by computer technology.
And she can also be proud of the two young men who run it - Mr Christone and Mr Nasri.
Christone and Mama go back to his own schooling, before Happy House, and the early days of Sue's charity work in Kenya when she was supporting the development of a local school. Christone was a pupil at the school when the first consignment of secondhand computers, sent from the UK by Sue and her charity, arrived. Learning to use a computer sparked an interest in him, as an eight year old, that has also led to career.
Nasri is a HappY House kid. He was one of the first youngsters to benefit from our scholarship scheme which offered free places in school to youngsters who were being excluded from any school because their parent or guardian was unable to meet the costs involved. Nasri was living with his grandmother, having been left with her as a young child, and living in dire poverty.
He has since completed his primary and secondary education and working at Happy House whilst studying an online university course.