Sid & Marilyn return in 2021, KLSS alumni stories, students needing our help


As we read the news it’s difficult to avoid the brokenness of this world. Extreme poverty and injustice is experienced by millions of people every day. There’s a sense of darkness which feels overwhelming at times. With the task so big is it possible to have an impact? Globally there has been incredible progress towards … Continue reading Sid & Marilyn return in 2021, KLSS alumni stories, students needing our help

Beathi Benedax, 25, KLSS and university graduate is poised to change the world.


Her ambitious plans, to establish an NGO to  “eradicate ignorance” in Tanzania and her dream of being a significant national leader, could sound fanciful. But she has already set some things in place. Her lofty ambitions are combined with an already successful career in singing, leadership and public speaking. Her six years at KLSS had … Continue reading Beathi Benedax, 25, KLSS and university graduate is poised to change the world.

Construction of Girl’s Dorm


When it rains it pours. There has been a late rainy season in Tanzania this year.  This has been welcomed by the farmers of the district still recovering from last year’s drought. However it has caused some delays with getting the construction of the Girl’s dorm underway. Kevin has also found himself needing to source … Continue reading Construction of Girl’s Dorm

Shire doctor, dentist, optometrist and photographer visit Katoke.


In February 2019, Stephen Diakatos (Dentist) , Stephen Langshaw (Optometrist), David Lefcovitch (photographer/dental assistant) and Colin Glendinning (General Practitioner) visited Katoke. Over the week, most of the Katoke school students plus some teachers and school staff were assessed by Steve (the dentist). He was very capably assisted by David who kept the students entertained with his jokes. Because … Continue reading Shire doctor, dentist, optometrist and photographer visit Katoke.

The first ever published KLSS newsletter


A note from Writers club patron, Hon. Mr Benjamin Hosea Nyamugali: Welcome to the first intriguing, informative, edifying and educative newsletter from KLSS. To read more: KLSS publishes first school newsletter

Spring Newsletter 2016


It has been another busy year so far in Katoke and much has happened since our last edition! The return of the riders With their tyres pumped up, and their water bottles filled 17 cyclists and 8 support crew set out from Bathurst on 25th September to raise funds for our friends in Katoke. The … Continue reading Spring Newsletter 2016