Physical growth for Brain Empowerment
Books and books alone makes Jack a dull boy (read Mary a dull girl)
Play and play alone makes Jack a lazy boy (read Mary a lazy girl)
Games and sporting events are key to the psycho-motor development aspect of a learner. We encourage our students to always jog or be otheir toes as they switch on from one school event to the other. This has the aim of ensuring that they keep physically fit, are very agile in their movement and it assist with refreshing their mind.
The school participates in legball, netball, volleyball and athletics in Secondary schoolcompetitions. Despite the big challenge of lack of ample training grounds within the school compound, we try our very best to actively participate in the games. So far we have faired on well at the County level and we hope we shall even improve further on this front.
We always implore upon our students to exploit their potential in this sector. Games have offered lucrative careers to various sports personaliteis here in Kenya. Our sports ladies have competed favourably on the inetrnational level and scooped major awards. I am happy to note that one of our former student, Chemosi, now represents the country in International sports events. This should act as an impetusfor our students to nurture such talents albeit the limited space.
We have an Annual Sports Day every first term. This is a day that we have inter-class competitions. It is one of the most eagerly waited for and exciting day on our school calendar. Such ecxciting is it that the teaching and support staff do take on the field. This can be witnessed from the photos in the sports section of this website.
Mr. David Shihundu