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CONSOLATA LANGUAGE CENTRE A BEAUTIFUL GARDEN
In our life; a garden is Important for our well-being and for the beauty of creation. Nowadays, people like to have gardens in their compoundswhere they plant flowers or vegetables. In most cases, they take care of it and thus contribute ingiving life to humanity. The garden cannot take care of itself, it needs somebody so that everything can grow up in the best condition. So, I would like to share with you my experience in Consolata Language Centre which I compare with a beautiful garden. In this garden, there are many kinds of things; and the responsible (the director) and workers are united so that everything works well. As a fruit in this garden, I am going to share the different seasons I have experienced.Theseseasons are rainy and dry. Firstly, the Consolata Language Centre as a beautiful garden had taken care of all fruits and flowers properly by helping everything to grow up in the best condition. This caring is like the rainy season that allowsthe garden to be in good conditions and to produce a lot of fruits. The season is also tiring for the responsible and workers because they have to work hard so that they can keep the garden clean. Though the reality may be tiring, the staff of the garden didn’t fail in their mission. I personally had a good experience to be among many fruits of this beautiful garden. When I started, my English wasn’t good. I joined the intermediate level.Then day by day, it was a big challenge for me to communicate very well. Luckily, I met best teachers who helped me to carry on to improve my English like a garden which receives water frequently. Secondly, the garden has been an experience of dry season. Sometimes, it was scorched. This dryness was caused by the new situation of COVID 19 that we are living in now and has become our new normal. Despite all these the staff of the garden never gave up although there was a challenge of network from the students and from themselves. We had also the problem of communication and lack of time. According to me,the period of learning wasn’t enough. If we had more time, I think we would have learnt properly and finish the program without being under pressure. In addition, the staff tried to do what was the best to avoid the consequences of dryness by their courage and commitment. For example, when the teacher had a problem about network, we used to have make up class. Indeed, I think that, Consolata Language Centre has done what was the best in this particular moment. Though it had sparsely problems about learning and teaching online. I suggest if possible the Consolata Language Centre to add one week for the program, because online class is different from a physical class. In the end, the garden was so beautiful, and I am proud to be one of the fruit of this nice garden. I am grateful to father Denis, who was usually preoccupied for our learning. His fatherly advice during the meetings was very helpful. I thank the teachers who I met, Lynette, Bernadette,Lilian and our dear Lucy, who in different seasons were there to help us to improve our English. Through them, I thank all staffs of Consolata Language Centre. May God bless and reward you allfor your good works. May He grant you many years and for all you will be doing after producing the good fruits for the wellbeing of society.
Sister Kahindo BUSANGIA Cecile FMM
Student Upper Intermediate
Courtesy of: Tr. Lucy Kavivi
SUCCESSFUL TRANSITION FROM TIGRINYA TO ENGLISH...
FIVE MONTHS AGO Ukuba could not figure out what is an English alphabet; she needed quite a while..... to express her morning gratitude for a new day in the language she was out to conquer slowly but surely…. Step by step she befriended the English language, thanks to her teachers, andso, now the beauty of her English article is evident. The Consolata Language Centre congratulates you sister!
Hope you are doing well since, I finished my end level exam’s on the 4th of June .I am also doing well and practicing and trying to cultivate what you planted in me for the five months that I have been in the school. I kindly appreciate you for whom you have been to me as an instrument and as school who has followed me from time to time and making sure that I can be able to construct a sentence in English and express myself to the people. I discovered, that, I really experienced the level since I was able to interact with other students in class and therefore deepening my speaking. You have been close to me as your student and as, have completed my studies by this level, I wish you all the best and that God may bless you all.
Sr. Ukuba Issak (Advanced Level)
GOOD BYE 2019! - Happy New Year 2020 The Consolata Language Centre (CLC) held its annual end of year get together on the 19th of December 2019. The event took place at the Centre’s spacious amphitheater; where most of the performances happened.
We enjoyed Christmas Carols, solo and group presentations, dances and even skits by the various students and their respective level teachers. Some students chose to give us a taste of Christmas carols in their native language (Italian and Polish)……
We also had the intermediate class coloured the day with a dance along with their teachers; it was really exciting to watch the staff members interact….
The centre also launched its new E-library to help students’ access materials they need for their day to day studies. The Director, Fr. Denis Ofwono, imc. Encouraged students to register and use the new program especially those planning to do international exams like TOEFL or IELTS….
After all the presentations our support staff was just in time with delicacies of the day Food and drinks in plenty…. Students danced their hearts to the language bits before breaking off for Christmas….. Consolata Language Centre strives to ensure that its students and every other member feels at home and belonging…,
as we commemorate the institutions cultural and international diversity We say happy and prosperous New Year 2020.
Tr. Lilian Simuli.
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