Message from the Head Teacher

  

My appreciation goes to all teachers,parents,SMC and friends of the school for this far that the school has reached in displine performnce and development.

We are also very grateful to one very strong lady, Elizabeth Nduta who schooled here only very briefly but has seen it worthwhile to give back to our institution. Our journey with Safaricom Foundation started way back in 2014 when Nduta identified our school for this noble support from Safaricom Foundation. She asked me to write a proposal which I quietly did and with the support of our school committee forwarded whatever was needed to enable us get funding for our library which we had identified as a priority.
The idea of a library was born from the fact that our school had so many books that were not of much use to the pupils since they were stored in cartons hence making them inaccessible. We felt that this would help improve academic performance in our school and surely this has been achieved through our improved mean score this year.
We are indeed very grateful to Safaricom Foundation for their good gesture of corporate social responsibility. As we continue patronizing this very great organization, we ask God to bless those working for the success of the company and give the company even more resources to continue supporting the less fortunate in the society.
Special thanks go to Elizabeth Nduta and the young people who came up to ensure that the library is well equipped and ready for use. We promise to embrace digital literacy through the TV provided by these young people which is USB enabled. May our dear Lord bless you all abundantly and guide you in all your endeavors.
Long live Safaricom.
Thank you so much.

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