Throughout the academic year, all classes get their chance to shine by putting on an assembly in Friday’s chapel service.
Last week, it was the turn of our Year 3’s who very confidently presented an assembly with an important environmental theme. To the soundtrack of a ‘Love Song To The Earth’ the children reinforced the importance of Reducing, Reusing and Recycling throughout our everyday life.
From three ‘Super Heroes’ who came flying down the chapel stairs, two other classmates hiding in a wheelie bin and a humorous skit riding in a matatu, it was a fun way to start the morning, albeit with a very serious message at its heart.
The performance finished with a collection of lively photographs of both our staff and children reminding us to keep planet earth safe. #KeepItSafe
The school also took action that day to acknowledge Mental Health Awareness month. The children were allowed to wear home clothes with a ‘touch of green’ in support of the Kamili Organisation who operate affordable mental health services in over 30 clinics throughout Kenya. Founded by the mother of our Head of Science, Mr. Blake, the Kimili Organisation has recently arranged for a team of their mental health nurses to support the families impacted by the still unfolding tragedy in the Shakahola forest and we are proud to be