At our school, we are committed to providing a wide range of social activities for our students. We offer weekly clubs and events, as well as special activities such as spelling bee challenge, MSUN,field trips, Charity walk etc. Our student council is always looking for new and fun ways to bring the student body together. We also offer a variety of interscholastic sports, allowing students to stay active and build relationships with their classmates. Additionally, we have a wide array of after-school programs to further engage our students. With so many options, there is something for everyone
Field trips are a great way for students to learn about the world around them. Field trips provide students with interactive learning experiences that can be both educational and fun. At our school, we offer field trips to a variety of locations, including local parks, museums, and special places of interest. Our field trips provide students with hands-on learning experiences that can help them to better understand the topics they are studying in class. Through these field trips, students can gain a deeper understanding of their curriculum and develop a greater appreciation for the world around them. We believe that field trips are a great way to enhance our students’ learning in a fun and interactive way.
Our school is proud to regular attendee of mater heart run & Feed a child charity programs . This event is a great opportunity for our entire school community to come together and support a worthy cause.
About Mater Heart run
The Mater Cardiac Program began 20 years ago, when The Mater Hospital realized that very little cardiac work of good quality was being carried out in the country. Patients who were financially endowed had to go overseas for treatment. Large majority, many of them children, had no recourse to quality Medicare and were destined to a sickly life and premature death.
The Mater Hospital therefore, started a cardiac program in 1995 to cater for children from economically disadvantaged background and the first open-heart surgery was performed in 1996. This was in line with the Values of the Sisters of Mercy, which emphasize on compassion for all and seek to uplift the lives of the underprivileged in the society. Read More here https://www.materkenya.com/heart-run
About Feed a child walk
In Kenya, Feed the Children works in both urban and rural settings throughout three counties, Turkana, Samburu, and Kajiado. We implement activities in all four areas of our Child-Focused Community Development (CFCD) program areas. This includes meeting immediate and long-term needs of caregivers and their children in areas of food and nutrition, health and water, education, and livelihoods. We use this programmatic approach to meet the needs of each individual community we serve. Read more here https://www.feedthechildren.org/our-work/around-the-world/kenya/
Rangoli, which means “an array of colours” in Sanskrit, is a traditional Indian art form dating back some 5,000 years to the pre-Aryan period. Rangoli is a multi-coloured floor decoration that symbolises wealth, joy, and prosperity, as well as thanksgiving to deities.
Pupils Visit to Tindinyo Falls