This year’s East African Model United Nations will definitely be one to remember. The theme was “Tujenge pamoja” that translates to “Let’s build together.” We are very happy to say that the theme was well captured by each delegate with the high levels of debating that took place during the conference. It was an eye-opening week of challenges as well as fun. As students, we were able to take part in extremely intellectual debating sessions that provided sustainable and efficient solutions to global issues.
Congratulations to the Secondary students who took part in the Annie play! It was a great show!
Well done to all students who entered the Inter-House Poetry Competition this term. We have had some fantastic poems to read and it was not easy to select the winners. Congratulations to the 3 winners of each category.
Category B 11-14
1st place Florence Owuor
2nd place Lila Oliff
3rd place Alex Polaczek
Category C 15-17
1st place Moli Davies
2nd place Jennifer Newcomer
3rd place Abdul Bagha
Last term’s fundraising efforts are bearing fruit and we have helped the Watamu Bio-Ken Snake Farm purchase and deliver supplies of anti-venom medicine to the Intensive Care Unit at Coast Provincial General Hospital in Mombasa.
Dr. Zaheer M.A. Bagha is the A&E Consultant Physician at the hospital – if you need to contact him ever, his number is 0722-865874.
Thank you to everyone who helped raise funds for this initiative.
What an exciting week in EYFS. Our topic in all classes this week was Teddy Bears. We had a fun week with a variety of teddy bear activities including art painting and decorating them. We went for teddy walks, compared sizes of teddies, listened to and learnt teddy songs and stories.
At the end of the week we had a teddy bears picnic. The EYFS parents and children were involved in different activities in our Outdoor Area. Have a look at our photos of our amazing teddilicious week that we had!