Avatar Day Celebrations on Oct 20, 2017

Sai

Om Sri Sai Ram

INVITATION

Sathya Sai School – Kisaju will be celebrating AVATAR DAY, coupled with GRAMA Seva on Friday 20th Oct from 10.30 am to 1 pm.

Senior citizens from Kisaju environs will be served with hot lunch along with clothes & blankets.

Students will showcase value based presentations.

All are humbly invited to participate.

Loving Sai Rams

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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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

Photos of Secondary School Plans and Construction Progress

Secondary School Plans

With Swami’s grace, construction of the Secondary School is progressing well. Below are pictures of the plans, the launch of the Secondary School by Bro. HJ Dora, Member of Sri Sathya Sai World Foundation, and photos of construction in progress.

Launch of Secondary School by Bro. HJ Dora

Bro. HJ Dora, Member of Sri Sathya Sai World Foundation, launched the Secondary School project during his visit to Nairobi for the PreWorld Conference in Nairobi on Jun 27, 28, 2015. He visited Sathya Sai School Kisaju where he announced the plans for building the Secondary School and gave a talk to all the students.

Secondary School Launch

Secondary School Launch

Secondary School Drawing Plans

Secondary School Plans

 

Secondary School Plans

 

Secondary School Plans

 

Secondary School Plans

Secondary School Construction Progress

Secondary School Construction Progress

Secondary School Construction Progress

Secondary School Construction Progress

2015 KCPE Results

The 2015 KCPE results have been released and with Swami’s grace, the students have broken the record for best average in the school’s history again. 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 71%.

The Class Mean Grade was B+(PLUS).

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Teacher’s Day Celebrations

Sairam all,

This Sunday – July 27th is the Teacher’s Day Celebrations at Sathya Sai School – Kisaju.

Devotees and well wishers are requested to arrive at the school before 10.15 AM (i.e. Depart from Nairobi/Centre latest by 8.45 AM – 9 AM).

Due to the inauguration of newly constructed volley ball and basket ball courts, recognition of dedicated services by our Teachers including recognizing contributors, donors and honorary services from well wishers, it will be appropriate that we start the programme on time.

This year’s Teacher’s Day will be marked by a RED coloured bougainvillea planting exercise. An exercise which will involve all the parents, guardians, devotees and well wishers of their commitment, attachment and environmental concern for the school. It will also be a good bonding exercise for all.

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