Children get a very special visit

Pupils at Oakwood School in Chichester hosted Isaac Kasura, a Maasai warrior and safari guide for''a fascinating talk this week.
Pupils at Oakwood School in Chichester hosted Isaac Kasura, a Maasai warrior and safari guide for''a fascinating talk this week.

A MAASAI warrior endured rather more chilly temperatures than he is used to when he made a special school visit.

Oakwood School children and teachers were treated to a special talk by Isaac Kasura from Kenya about his culture, athe beautiful Maasai Mara National Reserve and his work as an animal conservationist.

A spokesman from the school said: “The pupils were especially interested to learn about how Isaac became a warrior, and asked many questions about life in a Maasai village.

“Isaac shared some of his incredible photos of the animals he helps to conserve in the game reserve and told the children of the close encounters he has had with lions, elephants and cheetahs.

Isaac, who is a proud member of the Entumoto camp, stayed with an Oakwood School family for 
his first visit to the 
UK.

He particularly enjoyed his first sight of the sea, though he did suffer a little with the change in temperature.