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Kileva News Letter #1


CONTENTS

Inter-Schools Athletics Competition at Kajire Primary School
Kajire Girls High School pupils to compete in the USA
Government Feeding Programme
Parents practise their dance routine


Inter-Schools Athletics Competition at Kajire Primary School

Report by
Madam Priscillah, Kileva Primary Athletics Team Manager.

Kileva Primary School today (Friday 9th March) participated in Inter schools Athletic games at Kajire primary school.

Congratulations to all who competed, and in particular to Jane Mwakina who was in first position in the 5000m, and to John Mwandege who came in 3rd position.

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Kajire Girls High School pupils to compete in the USA

Later this year pupils from the Kajire Girls School will compete in the Business Concept Competition of the Diamond Challenge for High School Entrepreneurs at the University of Delaware in the USA.


Many congratulations to all involved for your success so far, and good luck in the next stages of the competition.

Below is a video summarising the amazing story so far:

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Government Feeding Programme

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Parents practise their dance routine

The Kileva parents are going to be competing in a dance competition, so they so they asked the Kileva teachers to observe the dance that they will be performing. Here is a video of them practising the dance at the Elephant and Bees Research Centre near the school.

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Divisional Exams and Photo Session

Divisional Exams

Report by
Madam Alice, Deputy Head Teacher

The divisional exams for class 3 to class 8 began last week. The pupils are competing with schools in the Voi Division.

Grade 1 and 2 were not included due to the new Competence based Curriculum

Pupils listening to teacher announcements at Monday morning assembly

 


 

Photo Session

Report by
Headteacher Mr Phanuel Mwalwalwa and Madam Priscillah.

Kileva Eastfield School last week invited a photographer who took passport size photos of all the learners in the school. The photos will be taken to Voi to facilitate a Governments and Ministry of Educations requirement called National Education Management System(NEMIS). This is where we capture details of the learners such as:

  • Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Birth certificate Number
  • Nationality

The photos will be uploaded when filling in the details of the learners online.

The Government is carrying out a National exercise. In this case all the learners in the country will have permanent index numbers from nursery to university level. The importance is to monitor how the child is progressing, and to curb transfers and repetition.

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