Accreditation Visit on July 3-5, 2017

On July 3-5, 2017 we had the pleasure to host Dr. Tom Scovill, Dr. Margret Taplin, and Dr. Lalini Reddy, who came for an Accreditation Exercise to our school. The team spent their valuable time to review all the activities at the school and the incorporation of Swami’s teachings and human values into the curriculum.

A video encompassing key areas of their visit is presented in the video below.

Select photos are presented below. All the photos from their visit can be viewed here.

Accreditation Visit - July 3-5, 2017

Accreditation Visit - July 3-5, 2017

Accreditation Visit - July 3-5, 2017

Accreditation Visit - July 3-5, 2017
Accreditation Visit - July 3-5, 2017

Accreditation Visit - July 3-5, 2017

Accreditation Visit - July 3-5, 2017

 

Gurupoornima Celebrations – July 9, 2017

On July 9, 2017, as is customary every year, Sathya Sai School – Kisaju celebrated Guru Poornima by honouring our main Guru – our beloved Sathya Sai Baba, as well as the teachers at school.

Many parents, guardians, devotees, and well-wishers also attended the event. The celebrations began at 11:00 A.M. with an assembly where the Principal, Mr. Abraham, and the Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Bro. Kuldip Singh, and Chairman of Sri Sathya Sai Centre – Kenya, Bro. Venkataram briefly addressed the students (“gentlemen” as they are called here) and the visitors. Bro. Kuldip Singh also introduced all the guests to the gentlemen. A guard of honor was held by the gentlemen in honour of some key guests.

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Sathya Sai School Students at the Asian Foundation Stawisha Maisha Event on May 13, 2017

The Asian Foundation of Kenya organized an Exhibition called Stawisha Maisha (Transforming lives and communities) in Nairobi from May 12 – 14, 2017. The exhibition was a way for organizations to showcase their community service activities. The gentlemen of Sathya Sai School were given the opportunity to present a program.

Our gentlemen presented a beautiful programme consisting of multifaith prayers, an explanation of their value based education, how they spend their days at the school, and ended the program with a human values song. Their presentation was very well received and appreciated by the audience.

Below are some photos from the event:

Students Performing at the Asian Foundation Event

Gents Performing at the Asian Foundation Event.

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Invitation to Facilitate Value Based Approach in Teaching

The Ministry of Education Isinya Sub-county Office, together with the leadership of Headteachers and Principals of institutions have invited Dr. Lalini Reddy, to facilitate during a teacher training workshop at Sathya Sai School – Kisaju, to build capacities of the teachers in curriculum implementation. This is mainly on the aspect of human values and education for character formation.

Director Sathya Sai Invitation

The Programme of Events are as follows:

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Introductory Level SSEHV Teacher Training Course – April 3-7, 2017

SSEHV Introductory Level Training Course April 2017

Om Sri Sai Ram!

Dear All,

Trust all is well by beloved Baba’s grace.

We are pleased to report that a residential SSEHV teacher training course (introductory level 1), was held at Sathya Sai School – Kisaju from 3rd to 7th April 2017.

Kindly click this link to read full report (6 MB).

27 teachers from Sathya Sai Schools in Kisaju and Uthiru along with Sai Seva School – Kawengware, attended.

Sis. Lalini Reddy from the South African Sathya Sai Institute accompanied by Bro. Pat Reddy conducted this training.

Teachers learnt various teaching techniques in order to attain academic excellence in both secular and spiritual fields with practical applications in life.

During the opening session District Education Officer acknowledge that the Sathya Sai Education model is panacea for present crisis in the education sector, having keenly observed the positive transformation in students’ character and academic performance by Kisaju School for some years.

Area chief praised the Sathya Sai School – Kisaju fraternity for transforming the students with good character and for schools’ outreach programme to help the needy in the district by serving and caring various senior citizens with food hampers, clothes and wheelchairs.

Evenings were saturated with love, whereby students entertained all with traditional dances, value based drama, skits, including sharing their experiences.

We are indeed indebted to beloved Baba for sending Sis. Lalini Reddy from the South African Sathya Sai Institute accompanied by Bro. Pat Reddy, to conduct this training.

With loving Sai Rams.

Kuldip

Sathya Sai School Kisaju featured in SSIO Bulletin

Sathya Sai School Kisaju featured in SSIO Bulletin

A Leap Forward at the Sathya Sai School of Kisaju

Sathya Sai International Organisation has featured Sathya Sai School Kisaju in their latest bulletin. Please read the brief write-up on:

  1. The hope and transformation that the school is bringing to the local community.
  2. The H.O.P.E. program (Honouring Our Parents Everyday) initiated by the school, that provides training to teachers of others schools in SSEHV.
  3. The secondary school that is currently under construction.

Read the Bulletin in full here.

2016 K.C.P.E. Results

The 2016 KCPE results have been released and with Swami’s grace, the pass rate is 100% with almost 90% of the students securing an average of B- or better. Congratulations to the students and teachers for this impressive achievement. We pray to Swami to continue to guide us to improve every year.

The Class Mean Score was 70%.

The Class Mean Grade was B+(PLUS).

  PUPIL’S NAMES MATHS ENG KISW SCI SSCR TTL AVE
Pos Available Marks 100 G 100 G 100 G 100 G 100 G 500 100
1 MACHATHA CYLUS KINYANJUI 81 A 89 A 84 A 76 A- 74 B+ 404 80.8
2 KARASHA CHRISTIAN LEYIAN 87 A 88 A 73 B+ 74 B+ 80 A 402 80.4
3 OMOKE WESLEY OCHIENG’ 86 A 88 A 73 B+ 74 B+ 80 A 401 80.2
4 MUTUNGA KENNEDY MAMBO 84 A 83 A 83 A 71 B+ 79 A- 400 80
5 OICHOE DANIEL MASESE 79 A- 86 A 83 A 73 B+ 75 A- 396 79.2
6 WAMBUGU JOSEPH MWANGI 83 A 81 A 74 B+ 74 B+ 77 A- 389 77.8
7 GACHUKI ALBERT MUCHAI 86 A 80 A 70 B+ 71 B+ 79 A- 386 77.2
8 CHARLES KENNEDY R. 71 B+ 84 A 81 A 69 B 77 A- 382 76.4
9 RORUA ISMAEL TANANGO 80 A 72 B+ 75 A- 73 B+ 79 A- 379 75.8
10 MOGIRE KAISER MOGAMBI 86 A 83 A 64 B- 69 B 72 B+ 374 74.8
11 NJERI STEPHEN MUCHIRIRA 71 B+ 88 A 81 A 60 B- 73 + 373 74.6
12 WAMBATHA DAVID NG’ANG’A 87 A 76 A- 60 B- 69 B 77 A- 369 73.8
13 MAORA EUGENE MURIMI 76 A- 83 A 66 B 73 B+ 68 B 366 73.2
14 OOKO DANIEL BARASA 67 B 77 A- 73 B+ 69 B 78 A- 364 72.8
15 MWANGANGI THOMAS SILA 62 B- 78 A- 70 B+ 71 B+ 79 A- 360 72
16 CHACHA LUQMAN MWITA 76 A- 84 A 57 C+ 69 B 73 B+ 359 71.8
17 WAITHERA STEPHEN KIGUMO 73 B+ 73 B+ 70 B+ 68 B 73 B+ 357 71.4
18 WASHINDU DILLET JOSHUA 79 A- 80 A 57 C+ 66 B 75 A- 357 71.4
19 NYONGESA DENNIS MURUNGA 60 B- 82 A 75 A- 69 B 70 B+ 356 71.2
20 OTIENO RYAN OCHIENG’ 60 B- 83 A 66 B 69 B 70 B+ 348 69.6
21 OCHOLA JOSIAH OWALO 59 C+ 85 A 67 B 63 B- 73 B+ 347 69.4
22 WAWERU KENNEDY CHEGE 67 B 73 B+ 61 B- 73 B+ 70 B+ 344 68.8
23 KANIU JOHN KUNG’U 75 A- 81 A 56 C+ 65 B 67 B 344 68.8
24 KETEKO SHADRACK SANARE 50 C 87 A 57 C+ 71 B+ 77 A- 342 68.4
25 KONG’ANI MORRIS NGUGI 71 B+ 76 A- 57 C+ 63 B- 74 B+ 341 68.2
26 MATHENGE AARON GACHANJA 71 B+ 70 B+ 53 C 68 B 77 A- 339 67.8
27 YUSSUF YASSIN SEKI 57 C+ 79 A- 76 A- 65 B 62 B- 339 67.8
28 JUMA FELIX OUMA 59 C+ 77 A- 67 B 68 B 67 B 338 67.6
29 MUTUNGA BECKHEM MUTISO 62 B- 82 A 57 C+ 68 B 66 B 335 67
30 RAITA CRONIN KOSKOS 55 C+ 78 A- 62 B- 68 B 72 B+ 335 67
31 MUTTA LENNY CHOKWE 55 C+ 88 A 52 C 69 B 70 B+ 334 66.8
32 WAMBUA COSMAS BAHATI 47 C 80 A 66 B 68 B 71 B+ 332 66.4
33 KUNG’U ELISHA MWAURA 54 C 80 A 53 C 63 B- 66 B 316 63.2
34 OMOLO HILLARY OMONDI 55 C+ 66 B 53 C 60 B- 66 B 300 60
35 OMURWA ERIC MBUGUA 41 C- 76 A- 39 D+ 65 B 62 B- 283 56.6
36 MUNYAKA PATRICK PUSHATI 41 C- 74 B+ 44 C- 60 B- 59 C+ 278 55.6
37 NJOGU VICTOR MUNGAI 57 C+ 59 C+ 41 C- 52 C 67 B 276 55.2
38 LELIT JESSE KASIRIMU 39 D+ 57 C+ 44 C- 58 C+ 62 B- 260 52
SUBJECT MEAN SCORES 67 B 79 A- 64 B- 68 B 72 B+ 70.0