Trinity College Nabbingo home to over 1700 girls held their annual sports day on Saturday 7th July at the school sports ground. The Sports day brought together parents, students, teachers and the rest of the school administration.
The girls competed according to their dormitory of residence which include Thereza, Monica, Margaret (the defending champions), Alix, Goretti and Cecilia.
The competition involved athletics, basketball, netball, high jump among others.
Goretti house came out on top with 626 points beating Margaret house the defending champions with 534 points. Margaret house has championed the sports competitions for 12 years in a row, they were not so lucky this year.
The Digital YearBook was there to capture all the action.
On Wednesday 2nd May 2018, one of the premier girls academic institutions was officially welcomed to The Digital YearBook! Over 1400 staff and students pull out their best smiles and most attractive poses to be part of the Namagunga legacy as TDY team of 6 photographers captured the beauty of Mt. St. Mary’s College!
Sunday 8th April was a momentous day in The Digital YearBook journey… History was made at Namilyango College, Kampala (Ugandan) when 1,200 students were “shot” in less than 6 hours setting the bar very high in terms of efficiency, effectiveness and high quality executions!
The team that consisted of Jovani, Peter, Emma, Chris, Clifford, Rachel, Arnold, Carole, & Dr Mich captured over 4,700 photos using 5 five Nikon cameras and one Phantom 4 drone set the stage for numerous school executions to come!
“I signed in and walked to one of the tents where Dr. Mitch Egwang and his Team from the YEAR BOOK Project had pitched camp. I spent some time chatting with Ben Mwiine (CEO Kwese TV) who sold me a set top box. Mitch and his Crew of geniuses have created a school year book that will change the way school information is archived if implemented well…
” This is an excerpt from an article written by Ariho Kamara (the whole story is online at http://arihokamara.com/namilyango-college-celebrates-116-years-of-education-for-responsibility), a gifted creative designer and talented author… As an old boy, who also has a son in Namilyango College; he had come to spend time with his son and also to share knowledge with guests through his new book “Live Your Brand” but also spent a few minutes learning about the vision that we have for the Digital YearBook.
The Digital YearBook was launched on Saturday March 24th 2018 at Namilyango College in front of 4,000 students, parents, teachers, and members of the church including His Lordship Bishop Matthias Ssekamanya courtesy of NACOBA (Namilyango College Old Boys Association).
The general feedback from the students and the guests was that; not only was it is an innovation that was overdue but that it ensures that our legacies would not be lost with time! NACOBA also pledged to cover all the costs for production of the 2018 digital yearbook for Namilyango College to the delight of the entire crowd.