As the school year came to an end, the school focused mainly on the national examinations for both the CBC curriculum and the curriculum that was being phased out.
The school had a programme for students interested in music and they had the opportunity to learn various musical instruments, especially the drum, which many students opted for. Students were able to join the club and participated on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. We were also fortunate to have the reporters club come to our school. Some students participated and at the end of the week we had the opportunity to see their work. The team did a great job.
Towards the end of the school year, the candidates sat their national exams and made Nice View Gratitude School very proud. The best student achieved a total of 373 out of a possible 500 points, which is a very good achievement. The class average at the final examination is 324.73.
The school also held a graduation ceremony for classes 3, 2 and 8.
The graduation ceremony was successful and both parents and students attended in large numbers.
Teachers had the opportunity to review the teaching methods learnt and the changes were clearly visible in most classes. We are convinced that with these methods the school will be a centre for quality education.
We look forward to the new school year and hope for a successful one.
For the students coming in Grade 8 - school year starts April 2022, the school year 2022 will be a short school year. The K.C.P.E national examinations will be in December 2022.
We are thankful for the report that reached us from Kenya.
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