All 10 students who graduated from secondary passed with C- or above; 80% scoring A-C.
2 scored did so well they will be offered government sponsored places at University next year! An amazing opportunity and one which will really make a difference to them and their families in the future. Here they are on the office balcony on Friday (Mar 18) after an open day to discuss their options. Many want to go to college and Kesho will help them with their choices and offer financial support wherever we can.
Mkingirini and Kiwandani Primary Schools host students from Braeburn Mombasa International School
Students spent the morning having lessons together and then had a game of football before leaving at lunchtime. Braeburn children couldn’t believe that in Class 3 of Mikingirini there were 120 children (sitting on the floor); more than the whole of Braeburn Primary School put together. When it came to football and to lessons they found they had a lot in common – certainly the Swahili lessons challenged some of the Braeburn children!