Pembroke Posts

(Dinky) Safari Rally  

‘What matters most is the children are still running, still competing and showing their Pembroke grit’ The Safari Rally was first held in 1953 to commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. Now part of the FIA World Rally Championships, the Safari Rally is held here in the Rift Valley and regarded as the toughest …

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A Happy Habitat

‘It’s not only our children that get to roam free…’   Given the school’s geographical location in the Rift Valley, Kenya, it’s not surprising that our campus is home to plenty of ‘wild’ life (and we don’t just mean our energetic children!) It’s not only the pupils that get to roam free around our 140 …

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Five practical ways that Pembroke House helps support the well-being of their children

‘Our children are continually active.’     UNICEF defines a child’s well-being by measuring their health & safety, their material security, their education and socialisation and their sense of being loved, valued and included in their families and the societies in which they are born. Pembroke House therefore recognises the fundamental importance it plays in …

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Holding onto Childhood

‘Their rites of passage include climbing Mount Kenya.’   Whist Pembroke House empowers our children to make their own decisions and instils independence from the onset, we maintain traditional values when it comes to manners and ‘doing the right thing’.  We don’t hold them back in their emotional growth, but we do allow them to …

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