Neema Ruwa has made BMIS proud yet again! In the just concluded IAPS Swimming gala in London, she scooped silver medal in the 25mbutterfly with a time of 15.18seconds.Congratulations!! on your well-deserved win, you have represented BMIS and Kenya at large.
BMIS students visited the French frigate Surcouf, F 711. It is named after the French sailor Robert Surcouf (1773 – 1827). This was also a great pleasure for me. Thankfully Britain and France have been on the same side since the signing of the Entente Cordiale in 1904.
We were all ...
BMIS enjoyed and took part in various activities in this terms environmental day such as, recycling plastic; making bird feeders; creating mobiles; appreciating nature through songs and planting trees.