Daily Archives: 12/05/2018

Kileva News Letter #6

CONTENTS

Kilele’s Home-Coming
Marking the Football Field
May Exams
Testing for Malaria
Cleaning the School Compound
Music & Dance Club Practise
Poetry Reading
Younger Grades Join In Music & Dance
Singing during Pastoral Programme of Instruction Lesson
Cleaning the Cooking Utensils
Spreading grass on the football field


Kilele’s Home-Coming

Report by
Mdm Priscillah,Patron Music and Dance Club and Co_Patron Mdm Agnes Mwapulu.

It was jubilation, pomp and colour at Kileva Eastfield Primary School on Saturday 5/5/2018, when there was a Home-Coming Ceremony of the Sagala Member of the County Assembly (MCA) Hon. Goodwin Kilele. The Music and Dance Club entertained parents, teachers, Mdm Margy and the MCA Hon. Kilele whereby they praised him, for he is a hero to them and the entire Mwakoma community.

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Marking the Football Field

Report by
Mr. GEORGE, Games Department

Pupils preparing the ground by marking the soccer field in readiness of ball games kicking off soon.

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May Exams

Report by
Mdm Priscillah, Class 8 Social Studies subject teacher during Invigilation

Class 8 Pupils doing their May month exam. Wishing them all the best of luck.

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Testing for Malaria

Learners being tested of malaria parasites by Madam Agness assisting Mr.Mazai. The two boys tested negative but were referred to Kajire Health Centre for further diagnosis.

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Cleaning the School Compound

Report by
Report by Madam Beata.

Learners cleaning the school compound. Since the rains of April holidays, the school was surrounded by bush and grass. It was risky for the learners so they had to clean up.

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Music & Dance Club Practise

Report by
Mdm Priscillah Music & Dance Club patron, and Mdm Agnes Mwapulu co patron.

The Music and Dance Club practiced songs and dances in preparation for School Prize Giving Ceremony to be held on Saturday 12/5/18 at Kileva Eastfield School.

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Poetry Reading

The poet practised her Swahili poem “Shairi” about “Haki Za Watoto”. In English “Child Rights”. Her name is Priscillah Wawuda in class four.

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Younger Grades Join In Music & Dance

The learners in the lower grades classes also made an effort to participate in the sweet melodies and dances, knowing too well that they want to become our tomorrow’s Music and Dance Club Members.

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Singing during Pastoral Programme of Instruction Lesson

Report by
Mdm Beata.
Learners singing during the Pastoral Programme of Instruction Lesson (PPI). Every Friday the learners are taught this lesson in order to nourish their spirits. It involves singing, reading the word of God and praying.

 

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Cleaning the Cooking Utensils

Learners are being shown how to clean utensils by the cook. She is showing them how to use water and soap in order to make the plates clean.

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Spreading grass on the football field

Report by
Mdm. Beata assisted by George for games dpt.

Learners receiving grass donated by a parent to be planted in the football field. the field is ever growing thorny bushes. which become health hazard to the players when playing, ie pricking their bare feet. The grass will help to kill the thorny weeds.

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