TERM II 2021 END TERM TWO NEWSLETTER
We wish to inform you that your son(s) have successfully completed their Term II of the delayed 2020 Academic year. In the course of the term, we are happy to report that by God’s grace we did not experience any covid-19 related cases either from the students, the teachers or even the support staff and that all your sons are coming back healthy. Please play your part as parents to ensure they stay safe over this 7 weeks holiday.
Today Thursday 18th March 2021, we have released your sons for the April Holiday and shall be received back to school on opening days as follows:
|1||Wednesday 12th May 2021|
|2||Thursday 13th May 2021|
1. REPORT FORMS.
The students sat for their end of Term II examinations that ended on 17th March 2021. Teachers have been left behind marking. The results are expected on Monday 22nd March 2021 and will be sent to all parents via sms immediately thereafter. Parents may collect report forms as they bring back their sons on opening day.
2. FORM 3 REQUIREMENTS FOR KCSE 2022 REGISTRATION.
The Form 3 students are expected to bring to school a copy of their KCPE certificate and a copy of their Birth Certificate for the KCSE registration exercise which will start in June 2021.
3. FORM 2 CLASS 2020/2021
The Form 2 class of 2020/2021 will sit for KCSE in December 2022(next year). It means they have less than 20 months to complete Form 2 syllabus, start and complete the Form 3 and 4 work. This class requires a lot of encouragement, psychological and emotional support to manage the task ahead of them. The 7 weeks holiday is the only long holiday these students are likely to have before they sit for KCSE. The holiday is a treasure that can benefit them if well utilized.
4. MASKS: Provide your son with 2 boxes of disposable masks or 5 pieces of washable masks to last the entire term. Please note that, sanitizers will not be allowed in school. The school provides enough water and soap to wash hands.
5. MATHEMATICAL INSTRUMENTS: All students should report to school with a 30cm transparent ruler, Geometrical set, 6th edition KNEC logarithm table, pencils, enough biro pens and a non-programmable calculator. Every student should be self-reliant in this area. Form 2 &3 students are required to have acalculatorfx82.
6. HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT: All students have been given assignments in all subjects. Make a point of ensuring the boys do the work. The assignment can also be found on the school website at www.hospitalhill.sc.ke
7. BOARDING ITEMS (MANDATORY)
All students are required to spread their beds with bed covers resembling their house colors (Maasai type bed covers are more durable preferably from School Outfitters or any other place with the right quality). Yellow House – Yellow bed cover, Red House – Red bed cover, Green House – Green bed cover and Blue House – Blue bed cover. Ensure the students’ admission number is clearly printed or embroidered at the centre of the bed cover for easier identification when spread.
The school is moving to paperless cash. Co-operative Bank of Kenya forms have been issued to all students. Please ensure that the forms are filled and returned to school on or before 20th April 2021. To avoid theft, all students will be issued with visa smart card to swipe for services at the school canteen to show how they will be using their pocket money. Parents will therefore be able to monitor the transactions and reload money into the student’s card.Ansms will automatically be sent to the parents number once a transaction is made.
8. SCHOOL UNIFORM
It has come to our notice that some parents are allowing their sons to bring to school unauthorized pieces of clothes which can otherwise be classified as home clothes against the Code of Conduct for students of this school. Let all parents ensure that their sons have the right shades of uniform as they report back to school from holidays. Piped trousers and ¾ trousers will not be allowed past the school gates. School shoes are Black laced Bata shoes (toughies). Kindly ensure that your son complies and that non-school uniform shall be confiscated if sneaked into school.
9. SCHOOL FEES.
Parents are reminded that schools are experiencing tough financial times amid the Covid 19 Pandemic and urge parents to clear their fees balances in full on or before opening day to enable the school meet its financial obligations and not compromise the Ministry of Health Covid 19 Protocols.
Any student who will not have cleared next terms fees and arrears will be sent back home.
Payments can be made via account number 055-1009750Absa Bank – Muthaiga branch or MPESA Pay bill number 573018 (remember to indicate admission number and name of the student).
10. REPORTING BACK FROM HOLIDAYS OR MIDTERM BREAKS
All parents are notified that a good number of students have been reporting late to school either for opening or from midterm and thereby sneaking in drugs and other contrabands to school. Parents are notified that the ministry of Education has discouraged movement of students late in the evenings and at night and as such, all parents are requested to prepare their sons early enough to enable them report to school within the stipulated times. Studentswho report back to school later than indicated, shall be send back home.
We wish you a blessed Easter holiday with your sons.
Thank you for your continued support.
K S BUNYASI
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