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Kakuma café - made by MP, CW & LW

Hello. We are Class 8 and we are delighted to run the Kakuma Café. We hope that this will make everyone a healthier and happier school. This is ran by the Year 5's in class 8. We are very lucky to have the Year 5's selling these amazing products! The tuck shop will be sold daily five days a week. This page is always updated so you can be that it has all of the stuff in that you want! We have recently updated our tuck shop products so please if you have any ideas, your child can come and talk so that we can improve and update our products and your child can have a healthier and happier tuck shop.


NOTE: Please notice that we do not always buy stock weekly so we might not have the stock that you want in.

Sorry for any inconvenience this makes for your child.

Kakuma Café 2016-2017.


Hi we are the Kakuma Café and we are delighted to help people in Kenya to build new schools and homes for people to live happier in there lives. We have been selling products to raise money for the Kakuma charity.

Also Jane told us how far the Kakuma Café Project is getting on and so far it is up and running. Jane is correct and every penny counts in the Kakuma Fundraising Charity.

Here are your latest updates for the Kakuma Café:



Kakuma Café 2015-2016


Hi we' re Kakuma Café and we would like to show you the progress we've made!  Kakuma is an extremely important project to do with letting the children in Kenya (who aren't as fortunate as us) get a good education.

Our school is supporting this project and trying to do everything we can to raise enough money. This  money will be used to build schools for the children.  With the help of Jane and her team as well as Darton community, we hope to raise lots of money. 

The most money we've raised in a week, £52, is a record breaker for us this school year. We think that's OUTSTANDING! We would love to give a massive thank you to everyone who has donated, we really appreciate it.  Please carry on donating. Every penny makes a difference.smiley





 Small  Raisins                                20p



Orange Juice                                 50p

Apple  Juice                                   50p



Cheese Dunkers                            50p




Fruit Flakes                                       50p

Ice Pops                                          20p                                            ICE POPS WILL APPLY TO SUMMER WEATHER

Yoghurt Tubes




Rice Cake Bars                                50p

Cereal Bars                                      50p



NOTE: Please notice that we do not always buy stock weekly so we might not have the stock that you want in.

Sorry for any inconvenience this makes for your child.




We really do care about all the unfortunate people that live in Kenya with no resources to help them learn with or no roofs over their heads. Jane (Our Kakuma  leader) said that Darton Primary School which is us, Is the most amazing primary school ever from raising the most amount of money in the whole UK. That is amazing! And we do not stop there. She also said that we have not stopped raising money. More than any other school! Please come to our café today to help raise money for the unfortunate children. You can come to our tuck shop daily for nutritious snacks. The Kakuma Café is only on at morning playtime five days a week. We hope that you enjoy your tuck shop.

These are some of the logos we created with Jane on the 23rd November

This is us doing research with Jane and also doing an assembly infront of the school as well as showing off our kakuma cafe skills.

This is what we found of the poor childrens lives in Kenya on the internet

      THANK YOU!


Thank you for helping the tuck shop for raising money to go over to Kenya and build new homes and schools for all the poor people that have hardly got any shelter. We really appreciate all the money that we are receiving and then being transferred over to Kenya. We thank you very much and will try to get the latest updates for the tuck shop products that we buy onto this page.




Class 8