Changes in Teaching Staff at Kileva Eastfield

We are now into the new school year at Kileva Eastfield and this has brought a number of changes in the teaching staff.

Thanks to Outgoing Staff

Madam Purity Barisa

Purity has been transfered to  Saghalla Primary as Head Teacher.  Congratulations to her and many thanks for all the hard work she put into Kileva Eastfield.  Please join me in wishing her all the best in her new challenge.

Mr Bernard Waduu

Bernard has also got a new job.  This is based in Malindi which is a town on the Kenyan coast where Jane and I first met Kilele and his family.  Again thanks to Bernard and all the very best of luck to him in his new job.

Mr Stephen Mrata

Stephen has also left Kileva Eastfield and again I would like to take this opportunity to thank him for the work he did at Kileva Eastfield as Headteacher and to wish him the very best of luck for the future.

Welcome to New Staff

As a result of the above changes three new teachers have been appointed at the school, namely Mr George Mwariswa, Mr Keith Kachili and Mr Boniface M’Buma (the new Headteacher).  I would like to welcome all of them to Kileva Eastfield and hope they have a very successful and enjoyable time at the school.

Below are letters of introduction from each of them:

Mr George Mwariswa


Mr Leith Kachili


Mr Boniface M’Buma


Posted on 27/01/2013, in School & Education and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Kelly Evans

    Good luck to Purity, Bernard and Stephen and welcome to George, Keith and Boniface. I look forward to hearing more about their time in Eastfield soon!

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