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Co-curricular activities
Besides learning, the School provides an opportunity for pupils  to participate in co-curricular activities such as Sports, Music and Debate. Our pupils took part in the Ogen Base Ball Games held at Lwala Primary School February 2011. The School emerged champions in netball girls and foot ball in the junior category.

In the base athletics competition, the school took 4th position out of the 8 schools that consisted of senior schools. One of the pupils participated up to the district level and he received a prize for being position 3 in the 800 M race.

School choir sterling performance
The School participated in the Kenya National Music Festivals held in Nakuru, August 2011. We managed to be in the 2nd and 5th position in the set piece and own composition song for the lower classes. The achievement gave the 42 pupils the opportunity of getting the certificates of participation each.

At the Provincial and Regional levels, the school took position one in the two items and won a trophy and several certificates for the first time in music.

Following the success, the School organized a colourful celebration party that involved all the pupils, parents, teachers and guests. The Guest of Honour for the day was the District Education Officer (D.E.O), Muhoroni district, Madam Beatrice Asyago, who greatly honoured and recognized the work we are doing.

Co-curricular activities
Besides learning, the School provides an opportunity for pupils  to participate in co-curricular activities such as Sports, Music and Debate. Our pupils took part in the Ogen Base Ball Games held at Lwala Primary School February 2011. The School emerged champions in netball girls and foot ball in the junior category.

In the base athletics competition, the school took 4th position out of the 8 schools that consisted of senior schools. One of the pupils participated up to the district level and he received a prize for being position 3 in the 800 M race.

School choir sterling performance
The School participated in the Kenya National Music Festivals held in Nakuru, August 2011. We managed to be in the 2nd and 5th position in the set piece and own composition song for the lower classes. The achievement gave the 42 pupils the opportunity of getting the certificates of participation each.

At the Provincial and Regional levels, the school took position one in the two items and won a trophy and several certificates for the first time in music.

Following the success, the School organized a colourful celebration party that involved all the pupils, parents, teachers and guests. The Guest of Honour for the day was the District Education Officer (D.E.O), Muhoroni district, Madam Beatrice Asyago, who greatly honoured and recognized the work we are doing.Music Festival

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We humbly request any assistance in kind or cash/donation to assist the school and pupils who are less fortunate(OVC) so as to achieve the noble …

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motto

Motto Messoris in Concilio – Messengers of Goodwill/Togetherness.VisionTo provide the highest quality, well-rounded education that not …

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