Our Clubs Meetings are held every Wednesday from 4.10 PM to 5.30 PM. Here are the clubs available in our school
- St. John Ambulance Club: This club teaches first aid and other life-saving skills. It is open to students of all ages and abilities. The club meets regularly to practice first aid techniques and to learn about other aspects of emergency response. St. John Ambulance clubs also often participate in community service activities, such as providing first aid at public events.
- Peace Club is a student-led organization that promotes peace and conflict resolution in our school. The goals of peace clubs in our school include:
- Promoting appreciation of diversity and peaceful coexistence among students
- Teaching students how to resolve conflicts peacefully
- Raising awareness of the dangers of violence and extremism
- Encouraging students to take action to promote peace in their schools and communities
- Scouting movement: This is a youth organization that promotes outdoor activities, community service, and leadership skills. Scouts learn about camping, hiking, first aid, and other outdoor skills. They also participate in community service projects and learn about leadership and responsibility. The scouting movement is open to boys and girls of all ages.
- Journalism / Debate Club: This club teaches students about the art of writing and speaking. It is open to students who are interested in journalism, debate, or public speaking. The club meets regularly to discuss current events, write articles, and practice public speaking. Journalism and debate clubs often participate in competitions, such as essay writing contests or debate tournaments.
- Kiswahili Club: This club promotes the study of the Kiswahili language. It is open to students who are interested in learning Kiswahili or who want to improve their Kiswahili skills. The club meets regularly to practice speaking, reading, and writing Kiswahili. Kiswahili clubs often organize cultural events, such as poetry readings.
- Environmental club: This club promotes environmental awareness and conservation. It is open to students who are interested in learning about environmental issues or who want to get involved in environmental activities. The club meets regularly to discuss environmental issues, to plan environmental projects, and to volunteer in the community. Environmental clubs often organize tree-planting campaigns or clean-up activities.
- Wildlife club: This club promotes the conservation of wildlife. It is open to students who are interested in learning about wildlife or who want to get involved in wildlife conservation activities. The club meets regularly to discuss wildlife issues, to plan wildlife projects, and to volunteer in the community. Wildlife clubs often organize educational events, such as nature walks or talks by wildlife experts.
- Science club: This club promotes the study of science. It is open to students who are interested in learning about science or who want to get involved in scientific activities. The club meets regularly to conduct experiments, discuss scientific topics, and participate in science competitions. Science clubs often organize field trips to science museums or laboratories.
- Mathematics club - This club helps students to develop their mathematical skills and knowledge. They participate in competitions, solve puzzles, and learn about new mathematical concepts.
- Junior Achievers Club - This club teaches students about entrepreneurship and business. They participate in activities such as starting their own businesses, creating marketing plans, and giving presentations.
- Drama and Theater Club - This club helps students to develop their acting, singing, and dancing skills. They put on plays, musicals, and other performances.
- Young farmers club - This club teaches students about agriculture and farming. They participate in activities such as planting crops, raising animals, and learning about sustainable farming practices.
- Aviation club - This club teaches students about aviation and flight. They participate in activities such as building model aeroplanes, learning about aerodynamics, and visiting airports.
- Music club - This club helps students to develop their musical skills. They learn to play instruments, sing, and compose music. They also put on concerts and other performances.
- French club - This club helps students to learn the French language. They participate in activities such as conversation practice, cultural events, and watching French movies.
- Chess club - This club teaches students how to play chess. They participate in tournaments, learn new strategies, and improve their chess skills.
SOCIETIES (MEETINGS HELD ON SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS)
- Christian Union (CU) is a Christian student organization that exists in our school. It is open to all students, regardless of their denomination. CUs typically meet weekly to worship, study the Bible, and pray. They also organize social activities and outreach programs.
- Young Christian Students (YCS) YCSs focus on evangelism and discipleship. They also organize social activities and community service projects.
- Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) is a Christian denomination that has a strong presence in our school. They provide opportunities for students to worship, study the Bible, and learn about the Adventist faith.
- Muslim Society provides opportunities for students to worship, study the Quran, and learn about Islam. Muslim Societies also organize social activities and community service projects.
No matter what their interests are, students in our school can find a society that is a good fit for them. These societies can play an essential role in helping students to grow and develop both personally and academically.
Mr Crispo Owino
Senior Teacher / Clubs Coordinator
MUSLIM SOCIETY 2020 – 2021Abdirahman Mohammed
WORD FROM THE MUSLIM CHAIRMAN
The Muslim Society led by Abdirahman and his committee has done well. Despite the challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, we thank the Almighty for bringing us to the end of another academic year. The only thing we wish for is that may Allah grant us the serenity to accept the things we cannot change. The courage to change the things we can and the Wisdom to know the difference
Abdirahman Mohammed (Chairman-2020-2021)
Click on the link below to view a slide show for the Muslim End Academic Year Party 2020-2021