If you have further questions, do not hesitate to email
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During term time the School Uniform Shop is open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 7 till 8 am. At the start of the year, the Uniform Shop will be open the week before school starts, an email with specific opening times will be sent.
|Primary Polo shirts||Tsh 16,000|
|Secondary Polo shirts||Tsh 17,000|
|Primary Girls Skorts||Tsh 16,000|
|Primary Boys Shorts||Tsh 16,000|
|P.E.T shirts||Tsh 10,000|
|Baseball Cap||Tsh 20,000|
|Girls Swimwear||Tsh 50,000|
|Boys Swim shorts||Tsh 50,000|
|Swim Cap||Tsh 25,000|
|HOPAC Kanga||Tsh 10,000|
Students are able to buy their meals on campus at the School Snack Bar, which is operated by Vivanda Catering Ltd.
2 Week Rotating Menu
|Week 1||Price (Normal/ Small)||Week 2||Price (Normal/ Small)|
|Chicken||Salad||Wrap/ Rice||5000 / 3500||Beef/Chicken||Shawarma||5000 / 3500|
|Veg||Salad||Wrap/ Rice||5000 / 3500||Veg||Shawarma||5000 / 3500|
|Cinnamon Roll/Apple/Fruit Cup/ Yogurt||Cinnamon Roll/Apple/Fruit Cup/ Yogurt|
|Meatball sauce||Roll/ Rice||5000 / 3500||Chicken curry||Rice/Roll||5000 / 3500|
|Veg curry||Roll/ Rice||5000 / 3500||Veg curry||Rice/roll||5000 / 3500|
|Mince/cheese/chicken Pizza (2pcs) & Fruit cup||5000 / 3500||Cottage Pie||Mash||5000 / 3500|
|Mince/Veg||Salad||Chapati||5000 / 3500||Cheese sauce||Macoroni||5000 / 3500|
|Donut/Apple/Fruit Cup/Yoghurt||Donut/Apple/Fruit Cup/Yoghurt|
|Chicken Pilau||5000 / 3500||Beef Pilau||5000 / 3500|
|Veg Pilau||5000 / 3500||Veg Pilau||5000 / 3500|
|Bagel/Apple/Fruit Cup/Yoghurt||Bagel/Apple/Fruit Cup/Yoghurt|
|Chicken||Chips||5000 / 3500||Mishkaki||Chips||5000 / 3500|
|Beef/ Veg Burger||Chips||5000 / 3500||Chips Mayai||5000 / 3500|
|Snack available after school – Cash only|
|Soda (Teachers only)||
To use Snack Bar you will need to sign up to one of the following Account Plans
All customers have to fill out a form to open an account with full details of the person responsible for the account.
Term 1 Meal Plans
(Same portions as last year)
(Ideal for younger students / light eaters.
|Top – Up (Minimum 50,000)|
|It is the Parents and students responsibility to make sure that accounts are paid for in advance when account has depleted, for monthly please make sure the amount is paid before the 1st week of the following month and for top up before money runs out. Please make sure you keep track of your child’s account. If your child does not have money in his/her account THEY WILL NOT GET FOOD.|
|We highly recommend termly or monthly accounts for students who plan to eat snack bar lunch everyday.|
You can pay:
Cash – at the Snack Bar office
Mobile Money M-pesa – 0743701365 (John)
Tigo Pesa – 0673797920 (Regina)
If you pay with mobile money, please follow up with a text message with the student(s) names after the payment has been made.
Monday – Friday: 7:15 am to 4:00 pm
|01-02||2 for 1 week||1 for 1 week||3 for 1 week||1 for 1 week|
|03||3 for 1 week||1 for 1 week||3 for 1 week||1 for 1 week|
|04-05||4 for 1 week||1 for 1 week||3 for 1 week||1 for 1 week|
|06-12||5 for 2 weeks||1 for 1 week||3 for 1 week||1for 1 week|
Parents can borrow books from the library when they have signed a contract and be registered in the library system.
Please note: Fines do apply for any material that is returned late.
The U.K. National Curriculum (NC) framework is used as the basis for the Programme of Study for Key Stage 3. This builds on the NC foundation taught at the Primary School.
|Key Stage 1||Years R – 2||Grades K – 1|
|Key Stage 2||Years 3 – 6||Grades 2 – 5|
|Key Stage 3||Years 7 – 9||Grades 6 – 8|
|Key Stage 4||Years 10 & 11||Grades 9 & 10|
|Key Stage 5||Years 12 & 13||Grades 11 & 12|
For those not familiar with the NC framework, www.aolfhe.gov.uk provides more information.
For senior school (Grades 9-12), we use the Cambridge International programme of study for IGCSE and A level coursework.
All levels are supplemented by various coursework – such as PE, life skills, IT – that is adapted to our local context and developed internally.
Yes, but times may vary. Please check the Newsletter before the end of term to see when the office will be open.
Please make sure you let the school know of any absences by emailing us through firstname.lastname@example.org . If you know your child will be absent in advance, please inform the school as soon as possible so as work may be arranged if necessary. If your child is marked absent in homeroom at the start of the day and we have not not been informed that they are expected to be absent we will contact the parent/guardian. All students who arrive late to campus must sign in at Admin before going to class.
Please see the Weekly Newsletter for Open Swim Times. The pool may be open during the holidays but, again, please check the Newsletter before the end of term.
Plan on the pool possibly closing 15 minutes earlier than posted times.
NOTE that all students below Grade 9 MUST be with a parent/guardian and dates are subject to changes if the pool is needed for an event.
Please inform the school as soon as possible. For safety reasons, your child is expected to wait at the Admin building to be collected.
At the end of Terms 1 and 3, you will be invited to meet with your child’s teacher to discuss his or her progress. Of course, you are welcome to communicate with teachers either through email or in person as needed throughout the year.
Throughout the year, parents are invited to meet with teachers for a face-to-face update on their child’s progress. These usually happen once in Term 1 and once in either Term 2 or 3, depending on the grade. Consultations dates are set at the beginning of term and communicated to parents via email or the weekly newsletter. The exact times of consultations will be set in the week or two preceding the consultation day through communication from the principal. Of course, parents are welcome to contact teachers directly at any time of the year.
In senior school an afternoon is set aside for parents to meet with the subject teachers to discuss the progress of their son or daughter. There are 2 in the year, one in middle of Term 1 and another towards the end of Term 2.
At the end of Terms 1 and 3, you will receive full reports that include your child’s progress in all subjects. At the end of Term 2, you will receive a brief report that gives you abbreviated information on your child’s levels.
Student reports are produced three times a year, at the end of each term. These are printed and sent home usually on the last day of term. In addition, students receive a Term 1 mid-term report which is sent home around mid-term break. At any time, parents may monitor their child’s academic progress via PlusPortals.
There are Midterm (in October) and End of Term (in December) progress reports sent out in Term 1 . If your child is in Grade 10, 11 or 12 they receive a combined report for Term 2 and Term 3 in May while Grade 9 students receive separate progress reports for Term 2 (March) and 3 (June).
International Day comes at the end of our school PAMOJA week during term 1. Each day in PAMOJA week will be assigned a theme, students come dressed up in accordance with the day’s theme (e.g. Superhero, Pajama, Colour Explosion). Along with the costumes there are games and activities that take place during breaks.
International Day happens on the Friday at the end of PAMOJA week. This is an occasion when we celebrate our diversity. Emails will go out in the weeks before, asking parents to volunteer to set up a food or an information booth about the country they are from. Parents representing the same country then join together to run these booths. Families are welcome. International Day is a highlight of our year!
Service Emphasis Week (SEW) is always an exciting, fun- filled week and our campus is abuzz with activities. Students, teaching, non- teaching staff and our volunteers all spend this week serving in and around our city. While there are no normal classes students are expected to attend each day. As a school, we get to see our city, we get to love our city and we get to give of our time, our resources and share our school with others in our community. We partner mostly with other schools as well as missions or other organizations who are making a difference in our city. Our whole school including Primary School gets to participate.
During the school year there is a competition to come up with a theme for SEW week and then a matching logo. For example this one from 2017:
Yes! Our Primary students work hard for their class-led assembly, parents are encouraged to come and be a supportive audience.