2014 SCHOOL

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TEACHER ON DUTY AS  FROM 6TH – 12TH JAN 2014 WEEK 1:  NANCY MUSIMBI

OPENING OF THE SCHOOL:

DAY.1

The school was opened on 6th January 2014 with attendance of 75 pupil’s i.e. 35 boys and 40 girls. The teachers available were 10 who attended the meeting headed by Mr. Charles Wafula (the Grassland Zonal Tac-tutor) from the Ministry of education Transnzoia county Kitale ,Kenya who had a talk with the teachers and later on, in the afternoon, we had a Board Member who is in charge of education in the centre Mr. Mukangula who addressed teachers and urged them to keep up with the spirit of working hard.

Mrs. Mutange, the Centre Director welcomed all of us at the start of the new term. Learners were welcomed back to school in an evening session by various teachers i.e.

Mr. Rasto,

Mr. George

Mr. Wambia

Miss. Musimbi

Miss Chepkwemoi

Mr. Robert.

The school cook also advised the learners to work hard and later he served them supper for t. i.e. Ugali with cabbage & sukumawiki there after they went to rest at 8.30 p.m. Despite them being  sluggish, they  cooperated well.

DAY 2

Tuesday learners woke up well and began their duties and settled in class on time as guided by the teacher on duty Madam Nancy. Admission of new learners was on as expected. Learners were already settled in class for the term to begin.

During the day classes were on and well attended to. Lunch and tea break was served on time. Githeri  was our lunch time meal which everyone enjoyed. Tuesday being a guiding and counselling day, girls and boys went to their respective classes for their session where they were attended to. Evening prayers was done and attended by teachers and the Director who urged learners to be good for a smooth running of the term. She invited a new members to the running club for those who are willing. She also added that she follow up on English & Kiswahili speakers, composition and Insha writing. Learners went for supper which was well served and went to class for preps. Attendance of 51 boys 69 girls.

 

 

DAY 3

Wednesday started on well with the learners attending morning preps and later manual work. Breakfast was taken abit late due to delay in manual work. It was an assembly day so  learners attended assembly and new teachers were introduced, the director attended the assembly and she urged everyone to work hard to achieve goals of 2014. Afternoon lessons were well attended to in various classes. The evening chores were done after which learners went for evening prayers and later supper was served. Everyone got food and settled for preps up to 9.00 p.m. attendance of 52 boys       70 girls.

DAY 4

Thursday started on well with the learners attending morning preps and later on manual work. Break and lunch was well served. Learning was in progress in each class and later break for Christian Union upto 5.00 p.m. Manual was done up to 6.30. P.m. Supper was served at 7.30 a.m due to delay of flour and there was also the black out. Preps were well attended to.

DAY.5

Friday started on well with breakfast served at 6.45 after they had attended preps and manual work. Learners went for remedial up to 8.00 p.m where they attended assembly. They were urged to be responsible by various teachers and director. The day was well conducted and done. At 4.00 p.m we had a prefect body meeting with the Teachers on Duty, Deputies Primary and Secondary section and the Director. Supper was served and learners attended preps.

DAY.6

Saturday, learners attended morning prayers at 6.00 am and took breakfast. Learners from standard 1 to 7 and form 2 to 3 went to the farm at Siuna where they spend the rest of the day and came back at 4.00 pm . Candidates were in their classes being helped by external teachers. Evening chores were done well and later had prayer then  preps was well attended.

DAY.7

Sunday, learners prepared for the day, morning manual work were well attended to, and breakfast well served and later went for the service. They took lunch well and rested in the afternoon after which they attended their manual work. Supper was well served on time and then went in  for  preps.

The teacher in charge:  NANCY MUSIMBI 

Signed on 13th January 2014 by Deputy Head Teacher.       

 

 

 

TEACHER ON DUTY AS FROM 13TH – 19TH JAN 2014 WEEK 2:  MR. WAMBIA & MADAM  EDITH

Monday 13th January 2014

Pupils woke up at 5.00 a.m and went for morning a prep which was conducted well. After this at 6.00 a.m, they went to do their manual work and took breakfast. After breakfast, they went to class at  8.00 a.m before they dispersed to parade. After assembly, pupils continued with normal learning up to break. Tea break was not there for the pupils and students.

Lunch was fully served and everybody got a share and none of them missed the food. The pupils again proceeded to classes and studied up to games time (4.00pm) when they dispersed to the field for sporting activities. The pupils then returned well and started to perform their evening manuals from 5. – 6.00pm. The pupils then went for the evening prayers which were conducted well and on time. Supper was well served and everybody was served. At 7.30 pm the pupils went to their preps until 9.00 pm then they went to sleep without any problem.

Tuesday 14th January 2014

Pupils woke up at 5.00 am and went to study up to 6.00 am. The high school students started their exams during this time. Breakfast was well served and pupils did their morning manuals. The exam continued after breakfast up to lunch time where by lunch was served on time. Exams again continued up to 4.00pm when the pupils went for games to play. After games pupils resumed doing their evening manuals and at 6.00 pm, they went for prayers and after prayers the pupils ate their super and preceded to the evening preps. Preps were conducted well despite the power going off and on.

After the preps at 9.15pm, pupils were to sleep and the rest went to the church to pray up to 11. 00pm.s

Wednesday 15th January 2014

Pupils woke up at 5.00 am and went for the preps. High school students continued with their exams up to 6.00 am. Breakfast was served and pupils did cleanliness. After this at 8.00 am, pupils/students went to the dormitories to be inspected by teachers where some were found with things not recommended by school rules. After this, the pupils went back to their classes and they proceeded with the exams. At lunch time food was served and every member was served properly. After lunch, the exams continued up to 4.00 pm where the students/pupils went to the evening manuals and thorough cleanliness was done. After this, the pupils at 5.00 – 6.00 pm went to the debate and active participation was carried out and observed.

At 6.00pm, the pupils went for the evening prayers under the guidance of Pastor Geoffrey. After prayers, supper was served and all pupils ate. The pupils went on the evening preps which were carried out well. At 9.00 pm, the pupils went to sleep as the rest went for prayers in the church. The day was well.

Thursday 16th January 2014

Morning

Pupils woke up at 5.00 am and attended morning preps. Morning tea was serve at 6.30 am and no child missed. The children proceeded with the exams, during break time, a form two girl by the name Dorcus Chesang fainted then she was given first Aid till she came back to sense.

Afternoon

The pupils and staff were served lunch at 1.00pm then pupils went back for maths discussion at 1.30 pm. Up to 2.00pm the afternoon lessons started. At 4.00pm pupils and students went to their clubs later on attended to their manual work under the guidance of the teacher on duty and the prefects.

Evening

Children met for evening prayers at 6.00pm. Later supper was served at 7.00pm then pupils settled down for evening preps from 7.30 to 9.00pm. Some pupils went to sleep while others gathered in the chapel for revival.

Friday 17th January 2014

Morning

There being no lights in the morning, the children did not attend preps. unfortunately a girl in form 4 by the name Sylvia Ulunga used that morning to sneak out of the school community she told some new girls that she had been given permission the previous day yet she had not. The pupils were served porridge/tea and bread at 6.30 am. Few children attended to their manual work and went to class to proceed with their exams up to 1.00pm.

Afternoon

 children and  staff at  were served lunch at 1.00pm. They went back to class for the exams up to 4.00pm. From 4.00pm the children went to the field to play football. They came back at 5.00pm and attended to manual work from 5.00pm to 600.pm. The children attended to prayers at 6.00pm. They were served supper from 6.30 pm to 7.15 pm. Though the lights went off at 8.00pm they came back so some children attended preps.

 

 

 

 

Saturday 18th January 2014

Morning

Children were up at 5.00am and went to attend morning preps. Manual work was attended to then some children went to work on the farm. Form 4 candidates and class 8 candidates remained in school for their normal learning.

Afternoon

Lunch was served on time then the candidates went back to class.

Evening

The children who had gone to the farm came back and were served supper at 7.00pm. Though there was  a slight black out the candidates settled down for preps after the light resumed. The children who had worked on the farm did not attend preps and went to rest in the dormitories. Some children went for revival in the chapel from 9.00 pm.

Sunday 19th January 2014

Morning

All the children woke up for morning glory in the chapel at 5.30am. They were served breakfast and prepared themselves for Sunday service that started at 9.00am.

Afternoon

After the church service, it was noted that a girl by the name Dinah Odera had run away on 17th January 2014 and had not notified anybody. She had come back to take her sisters with her back home. She was talked to by the director, the teacher on duty and the Dean of Studies. She accepted to stay in school to learn. Children met in the chapel for revival from 2.00pm to 5.00 pm. They later attended to their manual work.

Evening

The children were served supper from 6.30pm to 7.15. They later attended to the evening preps up to 9.00pm. After preps, some children went to sleep as others went for revival in the chapel.

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