Celebrating our Girls

To celebrate International Day of the Girl, we wanted to share a story about an inspirational girl who went to one of our schools. Say hello to Olivia.Read more

Which Experts? The Importance of Asking Beneficiaries

PEAS' Head of Monitoring & Evaluation shares how a recent menstrual management pilot, distributing reusable sanitary pads and soaps, highlighted the need to balance top-down advice from experts with bottom-up feedback from beneficiaries.Read more

Training Teachers to Improve Students’ Learning Outcomes with funding from Swedish Postcode Foundation

Our teachers and leaders are the spark for change. Instructional leadership approaches, where leaders focus on the quality of classroom instruction and create a culture of learning in schools, put schools in the driving seat for improving teaching quality and student learning outcomes.Read more

Podcast: Inspiring Social Entrepreneurs

Our CEO speaks to Inspiring Social Entrepreneurs podcast about starting PEAS and his vision for a better future.Read more

PEAS in top secondary schools in Uganda

Three PEAS schools have been recognised by the Ministry of Education in Uganda as some of the top performing secondary schools in the country.Read more

A day in the life of…Shebah Nakirya

There are many barriers to education in Uganda – but this teacher is working hard to help tear them down.Read more

Pioneer School Providing An Amazing Opportunity

US-based journalist, Joe Gurowsky, writes about the impact of solar power at a PEAS school in Mityana District.Read more

Reaching the Unreached: Girls' Clubs

On her final day in Uganda, 17 year old Kate talks about the Girls' Clubs she experiences at PEAS schools.Read more

A day in the life

How do Ugandan schools compare to those in the UK? Student Kate gives an insight into her findings.Read more

Work hard, play hard

Blog 3 in the Reaching the Unreached series: Kate finds a school where she least expected.Read more