Here are a few highlights of the impact that was made in some of our schools in April
AMANI KURESOI PRIMARY SCHOOL
The parents of Amani Kuresoi Primary School in their last parents’ meeting saw the need to set up a school kitchen. The kitchen was mainly aimed at enhancing the school feeding program, which is kickstarting within the course of this month.
A semi-permanent Early Child Development (ECD) class has also been set up adjacent to the school, and has enrolled 31 students by the beginning of this term. The student population also continues to increase due to the provision of desks and textbooks thanks to World Teacher Aid. The student population currently sits at 291 students including the ECD classes.
The planting season is still on course as the community embraces the already incoming rainy season.
SAFINA HAJI PRIMARY SCHOOL
The setup of ECD classes last month has been of great benefit to the community within the school. Student enrollment is still on course. Plans are being put in place on ways to enhance the school feeding programme amid the already spontaneous rains. The water project continues to be deemed beneficial to the both the school and the high school.
SAFINA HAJI SECONDARY SCHOOL
The school provision of textbooks and other laboratory materials last month has been very beneficial to the school. It has also helped the final year students to be more prepared for their final examinations.
SAN MARICO PRIMARY SCHOOL
There is an increase in the number of students within the school mainly spearheaded by the provision of textbooks last month. The number now sits at 370 students (186 girls and 184 boys). School registration is still on course.
BARAKA SHALOM PRIMARY SCHOOL
The school continues to be among one of our most organized schools. The students and teachers now enjoy the comfort of having teachers’ desks, student desks and lockers.
NDATHO HOPE PRIMARY SCHOOL.
The provision of textbooks last term has increased the number of students towards the opening of this term. School registration is still ongoing. The local District Education Officer had a chance to inspect the school and whether it had adhered to all requirements. He promised to hasten its registration so that they could get teachers from the government.