Clubs and Houses (Primary)

Every Friday afternoon 2:00-3:30 p.m. our exciting CLUBS are run for Years 2-6.  This programme is mandatory and runs within the school hours. The students get to explore and discover their interests and potentials in other areas, other than the academics. It is a first come first served basis therefore it is important that students RE-REGISTER for the clubs every term.

 

List of Clubs    (Years 2- 3)                       

  1. Swimming club- improve the students swimming skills.
  2. Soccer club- work on the soccer skills as well as teamwork
  3. Recycling Art & Craft- One man’s garbage is another man’s treasure.  The focus is on turning our environmental garbage into a beautiful world.
  4. Story telling club – Welcome to storytelling where you become an excellent storyteller and even make your own book!
  5. Dance club – A moment to enjoy as students get a platform to express themselves and nurture creativity.
  6. Band club – Open to only those taking individual instrument lessons.  The aim is to enhance the skills in a group set up
  7. French club – The main focus of the club is to nurture children from Years 2-6 in; confidently presenting poems in French.  They will also learn songs and perform small skits.  Moreover, they can plan a visit to France, and practise their competence in the land of the origin of the French language.

List of Clubs    (Years 4- 6)                       

  1. Racket games & Basketball club – Enhance the skills and technique involved in the games.
  2. Soccer club
  3. Young farmers club – Gain opportunities to learn agricultural skills as well as participate in agricultural shows.
  4. Mixed Media & Installation club (only Years 5 & 6) – Our goal is to transform the Assembly Hall into a beautiful space that visually represents our school’s strengths in the creative and performing arts.
  5. Environmental club – Our objective is to forge an action plan that focuses on relevant green issues that has measurable benefits to the school or community.  Finally, this club will inevitably have fun amidst all these green issues!
  6. Dance club – A moment to enjoy as students get a platform to express themselves and nurture creativity.
  7. Band club – Open to only those taking individual instrument lessons.  The aim is to enhance the skills in a group set up
  8. French club – The main focus of the club is to nurture children from Years 2-6 in; confidently presenting poems in French.  They will also learn songs and perform small skits.  Moreover, they can plan a visit to France, and practise their competence in the land of the origin of the French language.
  9. Cookery club – Experience and try out different recipes as well as enjoying the final product!
  10. Handiwork club (Knitting & stitching) – A time for children to work with their hands and crate beautiful items made from different materials (wool, beads, paper, loombands, cloth)

Houses

We have a house system grouped into four houses i.e. Ndovu, Twiga, Kifaru and Nyati houses. The aim of this system is to foster a competitive spirit, leadership skills, as well as team work through various events like sports galas, quiz days, bike-athons and swimming galas.