The nursery school started operating in a clay house, which was provided free of charge by the community in 2003. The nursery uses the Montessori teaching method - an experiential method that places great emphasis on independent work. The results are excellent. Most of the children from our school already have a very good command of English and can also read and write, when they start primary school. Children are curious and enjoy learning, which are the most important prerequisites for further successful studies. Today, the nursery school has a spacious building with a terrace and a playground and a capacity of up to 90 children, which are divided into three classes.
- Teacher of the youngest children in nursery school (Play class teacher)
- Teacher of older children in nursery school (PP1 class teacher)
- Teacher of preschool children in nursery school (PP2 class teacher)
The primary school has been in operation since 2009. Pupils achieve very good results in the final comparative examinations and then have the opportunity to choose from the best secondary schools in Kenya. We are glad that most eighth graders want to continue in our high school.
- 1st grade teacher
- 2nd grade teacher
- 3rd grade teacher
- 4th grade teacher
- 5th grade teacher
- 6th grade teacher
- 7th grade teacher
- 8th grade teacher
- Principal of the primary school
Specifics of primary school teacher adoption: in the second school stage, pupils have different teachers for different subjects. Each of the teachers has a different specialization (combination of subjects), but each is also a leader of one class. That is why we adopt class teachers at the entire primary school.
The secondary school has been operating since 2016 and the idea for its construction arose thanks to the then primary school students, who did not want to continue their studies at conventional secondary schools, where the conditions and quality of teaching are usually poor. In 2019, we had the first high school graduates who did very well in a nationwide comparison.
- Secondary school Swahili and history teacher
- Secondary school English and English literature teacher
- Secondary school biology and agriculture teacher
- Secondary school chemistry and physics teacher
- Secondary school mathematics teacher
- Secondary school computer science teacher and computer technician
- Secondary school business teacher
- Secondary school geography teacher
- Secondary school religion teacher
- Secondary school principal
Specifics of adoption of teachers at secondary schools: the combinations listed above are basic combinations of subjects that teachers teach at our secondary schools. However, the combinations can change a bit over time, which depends, for example, on how many 3rd and 4th year students enrol in a given subject (one subject can be taught by two teachers when there is a higher interest) or when the teacher changes, it depends then what approbation the new teacher has. Therefore, adoption at secondary school is more of a support for a specific subject. The financial gift goes primarily to the salary of the given subject teacher and possibly to aids needed for that subject. We will inform the supporter about any prospective changes when the teachers should be exchanged.