The new classrooms: Due to the constantly growing number of students, the classes are crowded. Therefore children are taught outside under tress or even in the material warehouse. The 100 Pre-primaries, which are four to five years old children, are taught in two completely dilapidated classrooms. To teach 50 children, who speak more than four different African languages (Damara, Herero, Ovambo, or Nama) in a small, crowded room is nearly impossible. Therefore at least two new classrooms have to be built. „For years, there is one ongoing problem at our school. That problem is the absence of a conducive space or facility to provide shelter, shade and protection against the elements of nature to our school community. As our school is not having a school hall, all activities, festivities and cross-class teaching takes place in the open with only one tree providing shade“, describes the deputy principal. Therefore we want to help the school build a school hall.