Monday, 18 June 2012

FIRST STRATEGIC PLAN VISION 2017




NGUUTANI
SECONDARY
SCHOOL


1st STRATEGIC PLAN


Vision 2017


2012/13-2016/17



PREFACE
Nguutani Boys Secondary school entire community and all relevant stakeholders develop this strategic plan as a way of demonstrating our thirst of intervention to improve the overall academic standards of the institution. 
This Strategic Plan has three main areas of concern; improving school’s financial resource base, academic standards improvement and Infrastructure expansions and improvements. Our endeavor as an institution of learning is to come up with rational and open ways and procedures that involve the parents, staff, Board of Governors and the students to achieve better results.
 All stakeholders will be expected to monitor and evaluate the progress of the implementation of the strategic plan periodically and do necessary modifications but remain on course of our vision and mission
 I wish to appreciate the input of all those who participated directly or indirectly in developing this strategic plan. It is my sincere hope that after the implementation we will look back and notice a positive growth in the areas we are targeting.

MR MWALA,
PRINCIPAL
NGUUTANI SECONDARY SCHOOL


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
 NGUUTANI SECONDARY SCHOOL Strategic Plan was developed by a technical committee consisting of the following members:-
1.      MR. MWALA:                         PRINCIPAL
2.      MR SILAS MULI              :     P.T.A. CHAIRMAN
3.      MR TITUS MALOMBE   :      B.O.G. CHAIRMAN
4.      MR KARIUKI            :            DEPUTY PRINCIPAL
5.      MR SYENGO       :                 SNR MASTER, HOD HUMANITIES & HOD BOARDING
6.      MR KITHEKA  :                     HOD CO-CURRICULUM ACTIVITIES 
7.      MRS MUTISYA                :     HOD SCIENCE
8.      MS THYAKA                    :    HOD LANGUAGES
9.      MRS MWENDWA             :   HOD TECHNICAL AND APPLIED & HOD MATHEMATICS
10.  MS KITHAMI                    :    HOD GUIDANCE & COUNSELLING     

We extend special thanks to all B.O.G and PTA members for their invaluable and honest contribution. We also thank the class teachers who played a pivotal role in data collection and analysis.  The effort by the support staff in the principal’s office cannot skip our attention, please feel appreciated.
We recognize the input made by the senior master Mr. Syengo for efficiently coordinating the planning and drafting and compilation of this strategic plan.
 Strategic Plan Committee

INTRODUCTION
History of the school
The school was established in 1987 as a harambee mixed day secondary school to serve local boys and girls under the sponsorship of Catholic Church. It changed to boy’s school after a short period of existence and ever since it has admitted boys from different areas from the larger Mwingi district.
Boarding arrangements were started sometime later to cater for students who could not commute from their homes. Such boys were accommodated in classrooms at night but in the morning the beddings would be kept at the back of the classroom to create room for class desks and learning. This situation was possible because the population was low and classes were of standard size. Extra  classes continued to be used for accommodation until the appetite for boarding could not be met by using classes up to 2008 when the first and the only dorm was constructed.
The following are the principals who have been in this school:
§  MR MWOVE                                           1987-1988
§   MR KILONZI ILAI                                1988-2003
§   MR ROLAND KAMOTHO                   2004-2006
§   MR NZIOKA                                           2006 (January)-2006(august)
§    MR JOEL KAVULLU                             2006 (august)-2011
§    MR MWALA                                           2012 (current)
The school was registered by the Ministry of Education as double stream boy’s day and boarding in 2010. This made the enrolment to increase and demand for boarding facilities increased as well.
Nguutani secondary school is located in Nguutani village, Migwani district in Kitui County. It is in Mwingi South constituency.
The following information about this school has been appended to this strategic plan:
  • K.C.S.E results (2005-2011)
  • 2012 KCSE targets
  • Physical facilities
  • Co- curricular achievements (2010-2011)
  • List of teachers(current)
  • List of support staff(current)
  • List of B.O.G members (2012-2014),
  • List of P.T.A Executive  members
  • List of prefects body (2011/2012)
  • School enrolment (2007-2012)
 The school has very bright future. It is positioning itself to realize that dream of being a bright star not only in this county but nationwide. Time has come when Nguutani secondary school will no longer be regarded a ‘sleeping giant’ but a warrior who is awake and winning the war of academic excellence.

Rationale of the strategic plan
Nguutani secondary school having been established over two decades ago has never prepared any strategic plan. This is the first strategic plans. This strategic plan is a five year plan that envisages a county level school providing excellent opportunities to boys to acquire relevant quality education.
The strategic plan seeks to make Nguutani secondary school to be a center of Excellency and school of choice not only in Kitui County but in Kenya at large.
To achieve this goal Nguutani secondary school has to be guided by sound and solid philosophy. It is believed that every human being has moral and otherwise responsibility to decisively improve the environment where s/he lives.
Scope of the strategic plan
This strategic plan covers five years starting from 2012/2013 to 2016/2017. It is structured in such a way that it will be implemented annually, with accomplishments in each case. Some initiatives will run for short time span while others will be continuous through out the entire five years.  It will therefore be reviewed annually to allow strategic flexibility and enable this institution to transform its operations step by step according to financial realities.
Philosophical frame work of the school
  • Philosophy
Nguutani secondary school holds a view that:
= quality education is achievable through efficient management system and sound environment,
= efficient management system and good environment  are vital for boys not only to survive in the  education system but also realize their full potential,
= we should improve the school’s living and learning environment to enable all boys compete effectively to achieve their aspirations in life without regrets,
= we need to provide fully packaged environment where students, staff and neighbors feel comfortable to realize their personal obligations and we as an institution may meet our corporate aspirations,
= Christian values such as faith in God, love for others, respect for diversity and humanity are essential ingredients in human life,
= holistic education entails academic pursuit, participation in co-curricular activities and nurturing the talent of students and staff leading to all- round individuals,
= success requires hard work, persistence  and it may take sometime to be realized, hence patience is essential.  
·     Motto
In pursuit of excellence
  • Vision
To develop boys who will excel in career and character in their entire life.
  • Mission
 To prepare students to achieve their best academic performance to serve society with integrity to the glory of God through total quality management of educational programs
·         Our Core Values
It is our expectations that ultimately this school will produce graduates who are of good moral character. The following values shape our actions, attitudes and practices and dictate the tone and direction of actions in the school:-         
o   Handwork - We will do our utmost BEST to achieve success.
o    Integrity - We shall be HONEST, ACCOUNTABLE and TRANSPARENT in all undertakings.
o    Humility – We shall remain HUMBLE to one another and to all our clients.
o   Teamwork –Whatever we do shall WORK AS A TEAM
o   Perseverance- In the event of challenges, we will REMAIN CALM and ON COURSE.
·   Our Core Functions
o   Teaching and Learning: We teach our learners the recommended and approved syllabus
o   Evaluation and Assessment: We test the learners on what they have learned.
o   Character shaping: We guide and counsel the learners to develop positive attitudes towards life.  




SCHOOL ENVIRONMENTAL SCAN
SWOT analysis of Nguutani Secondary School
Below is the analysis of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of Nguutani secondary school which is important for our strategic disposition. The SWOT analysis will enable us to make realistic strategic steps.
OUR STRENGTHS
1.               Qualified and committed teaching staff
2.               Large parcel of land consisting of black cotton soil for agriculture
3.               Public trust and recognition
4.               Active and supportive B.O.G and P.T.A
5.               Strong community network
6.               Good community support 
7.               Effective Heads of Departments
8.               Sufficient classrooms
9.               A fully Government equipped computer laboratory with modern e-learning facilities (ICT centre)
10.           The school is founded on strong Christian principles, sponsored by the Catholic Church
11.           Large dining hall

OUR WEAKNESS
1.               Weak financial base.
2.               Lack of adequate teaching staff.
3.               High expenditure on boarding due constant hiking of foodstuffs.
4.               Weak water storage system (dilapidated concrete storage tanks).
5.               Slow integration of ICT in operations and programs as no ICT teacher.
6.               Inadequate boarding facilities, we use class rooms as hostels.
7.               Lack of staff residence to monitor students prep at dawn.
8.               Erratic power supply as we lack alternative power during blackouts.
9.               No offices for H.O.Ds.
10.           Insufficient/ motivational incentives to the teachers and students.
11.           Poor KCSE exam results at 4.45 D+.
12.           Short contact hours as students stay away from school due to non-payment of school fees.
13.           Negative effect of Mobile Phone during KCSE examinations period.
14.           Ill-equipped science laboratory.
15.           Poor   reading culture and lack of self drive among the students.
16.           Lack of interest in Science and Mathematics subjects among the students.
17.           Lack of furniture (chairs and tables) in the dining hall to avoid queuing for meals.

OPPORTUNITIES
1.               Good working relationship with D.E.O, C.D.E and other important stake holders.
2.               Good co-curricular performance in the last four years
3.               Good will from surrounding communities which has not been utilized
4.               Availability of many primary schools to serve as catchments area
5.               Availability of water for boarding purposes.
6.               Proximity to a highway –Nairobi to Garissa
7.               Presence of electricity supply in the school for longer study hours.
 
THREATS
The threats pose great challenges and prevent us from realizing our objectives. These include:
1.               Poor fees payment patterns
2.               High poverty levels leading to huge school fees balances
3.               Losing quality students to other secondary schools
4.               Prolonged drought robbing parent off their ability to support remedial learning
5.               Effect of drugs abuse, particularly miraa and cigarette smoking.
6.               High financial burden due to recruitment of B.O.G funded teachers.
7.               Slow rate of replacing teachers who have been promoted or retire.

PESTEL based analysis of Nguutani secondary school  
Political Factors
a)       The possible withdrawal Constituency Development Fund (C.D.F) due to devolution to county government.
b)       Assumptions that education is fully free hence parents are reluctant to pay fees.
c)       Political pronouncement that no child should be denied right to education with little regard to realities.
Economic Factors
a)       Being in the rural area, there is slow economic growth has affected school fee payment.
b)       High inflation has affected parent’s income hence unable to finance projects at the stipulated timeframes.
c)       The students come from low income families who rarely pay fees in time.
d)       The problem has been compounded further by the high taxes on teaching, learning resources and construction materials. 
e)       High inflation leading to higher expenditure and shrinking fees payments. 
f)        Delay in disbursement of free day secondary funds to school.
Social Factors
a)       Drugs and substance abuse on the rise through out the country.
b)       High poverty levels translating to high drop out rates.
c)       Poor living conditions of families negatively affect schooling for day scholars.
d)       Family break-ups leading to discomfort of students at home.
e)       HIV and AIDS pandemic led to many orphans in our classrooms.
f)        Poor attitude towards work by some staff and students.
 Legislative Factors
a)       Ban on corporal punishment has made students to believe they are untouchables.
b)       Entrenchment of child’s rights has made teachers to be reluctant in enforcing discipline in fear of the legal action.
c)       Establishment of B.O.G and P.T.A to aid in school management.
d)       Making TSC to be a constitutional organ which will no receive instruction from any authority makes lobbying for teachers difficult.
e)       The law is silent on the for performance B.O.G members.
Technological Factors
a)       Teaching using ICT has eased preparation and delivery of content in classrooms.
b)       Misuse of internet.
c)       Abuse of cell phones in national examination administration.

Environmental Factors
a)       Our catchment area is for low income earners, fee payment is poor.
b)       Good road next to our school compound eases delivery of what we need.
c)       Health facilities are available for students to seek medical care at Kithyoko, St Monicah, and Thitani health centers.
d)       The neighboring schools which are even younger than us like Katoteni and Ngongoni offer healthy competition.
e)       We are near a borehole that has water through out the year.
f)        We are near chief’s camp hence insecurity is not a threat.
g)       Near Nguutani market and boys are tempted to sneak to the market.

PROBLEM STATEMENT 
From its establishment in January 1987, NGUUTANI SECONDARY SCHOOL has seen growth in student enrolment, staff population and expansion in physical infrastructures. The pace of the increase in enrolment has not been par to the number and condition of the physical facilities.
There is a big mismatch between the physical facilities and current student populations particularly in the boarding infrastructure and facilities. We only have one dorm, which accommodates about two-thirds of the boarders; which is already congested; while other boarding students are accommodated in three classrooms. The classrooms are expected to hold students in elective subjects during lessons. They are also supposed to be used during exams to create inter desk space that will not allow students to collude in examinations. It also kills our vision for a double-stream school because we lack classrooms for our second stream. This situation has made it difficult to achieve our vision and mission and above all meet key educational goals. We are unable to provide quality education and equip the necessary values to the young boys under our care.  
We have been doing well in co-curricular activities particularly in soccer, athletics and music festivals. These events normally have many participants and transporting teachers and participants has been really cumbersome and costly to the school. Hence, it is true that time has come for us to purchase a bus. The bus will not only support co-curricular activities but also academics because students and teachers will be taken for benchmarking and motivational trips. It will assist students attend religious rallies and academic field trips.
Our performance in national examinations has not been anything to be proud of. We have stuck at a K.C.S.E mean grade of D+ for a long time. Schools younger than us and lacking basic facilities in our vicinity are already ahead of us in K.C.S.E performance. We have a reason to be concerned about this. We are aware of where the rain started beating us and hence we need to improve our K.C.S.E mean score as well.
The aforementioned cannot be realized without improving the financial state of the school. It is prudent that from now we should focus on rationalizing and mobilizing financial resources and coming up with some income generating projects.
It is inevitable that this situation must be changed if we are to find a place in this country’s recognition in the education sector. Therefore, it is prudent to develop this strategic plan, to be a road map of our institutional management.
Based on the foregoing, four key and basic strategic issues were identified and they form the backbone of this plan. Proposed solutions are given here below and shall be implemented according to the priority agreed by stakeholders as follows:
  1. To improve the schools financial resource base.
  2. Improve overall K.C.S.E mean grade to 7.5 (B-).
  3. Expand school boarding facilities.
  4. Buy a school bus.
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES AND STRATEGIC INITIATIVES
OBJECTIVE I: to improve the schools financial resource base
Strategies suggested:
a)      Improve fee payment to a period of 2 terms per year
b)      Introduce new income generating projects.
c)      Source for bursary and assist students to apply for the bursary.
Strategic objective II: To raise the school mean score from 4.45, D+ to 7.5, B- in five years’ time.
Strategies suggested:
a)      Cover the annual teaching syllabus in form 1, 2 by end of September; form 3 by end of July; form 4 by end of March.
b)      Motivate students to meet the school target
c)      Motivate teachers by rewarding  improvement and quality grades in K.C.S.E results
d)     Strengthen current language policy to improve articulation and understanding of English and Kiswahili.
e)      Enhance efficiency of teaching staff to improve service delivery.
f)       Guide and counsel students on better performance
g)      Reform the continuing-student’s admission criteria for quality students.
h)      Expand  co-curricular  activities to involve all students in activities
i)        Enhance efficiency and competence of support staff,
j)        Hire only competent BOG teachers
k)      Improve the book ration across all classes in all subjects.
l)        Streamline and improve remedial learning program
m)    Stick to the newly introduced examination policy,
n)      Request T.S.C to staff appropriately according to our C.B.E
o)      Provide a photocopier to produce, regular and standards study materials including examination materials.
p)       Re-organize, update examination policy and strengthen the examination analysis.
q)       Students trained in examination norms and ethics
r)       Quality and quantity of departmental examinations to be improved
s)       Purchase more Science chemicals and equipments
t)       Strengthen remedial teaching for slow learners
u)      Students to set targets in various subjects
v)      Boarding for all form four students 
w)    Supervision of learning/teaching in classrooms       
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE III:
To improve and expand the school’s boarding infrastructure and facilities
Strategies suggested:
a)      Construct a Dormitory with accommodation capacity of 150 boys,
b)      Buy 40 three-decker beds
c)      Buy 120 more mattresses 
d)     Fix better windows and paint the old dorm.
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE IV:
Improve staff and students transport welfare by purchasing a 51-seater school bus
Strategies suggested:
a)            Parents to contribute 3000/= per year toward the school bus project for the next four years
b)            Organize and hold a harambee in August 2012 to raise money to supplement the parent’s efforts towards buying the bus.
c)            Approach KCB for a loan to purchase the bus and pay from harambee collections and from development kitty from parents’ collections.
SELECTED STRATEGIC ACTIVITIES AND THEIR IMPLEMENTATION
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE 1: TO IMPROVE THE SCHOOLS FINANCIAL RESOURCE BASE

OBJECTIVE
STRATEGY
INDICATOR
RESPONSIBLITY
TIME FRAME
1
Improve the financial base of the school
Have parents complete fees payment by end of second term
Fees paid
Fees balances
Principal
PTA chairman
Continuous
Plant maize and beans in the school shamba
Amount harvested
Amount  saved from purchase of maize & bean in each year
Principal
Continuous
Assist student apply for bursary
Number of students given bursary per year
Amount of money awarded
Principal
Class teachers
Parents of needy students
Continuous







STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE 2: TO RAISE THE SCHOOLS OVERALL KCSE MEAN SCORE FROM
 4.45 TO 7.5 BY 2017

OBJECTIVE
STRATEGY
INDICATOR
RESPONSIBLITY
TIME FRAME
1
Raise mean score from 4.45 to 7.5
(a) Hold remedial classes during term and holiday tuitions (April & August) for weak students
§ Number of holiday remedial held successfully.
§ Check the % of students who attended/missed
§ The time of the year form 4 syllabuses is completed.
Form four subject teachers and all  H.O.Ds

Remedial committee
Continuous
Raise mean score from 4.45 to 7.5
(b) Effective attendance of all lessons  by students and teachers
§  average students not/attending lessons per term
§  number of lessons  missed by teachers and not compensated per term

Deputy principal
Senior master
Continuous
(c)  purchase a photocopier to ensure production of many exams

§ Supply and delivery of a photocopier machine
§ Use of the photocopier for test processing,
§ Number of examinations given in a term  
Procurement committee
Exams officer
Principal
2012
(d) Check assignments and track performance
§ Increase in number of students scoring C in examinations in the whole school
All teachers

Continuous
(d) Talk to students to change attitude towards sciences and mathematics

§ Improved participation in science congress, better performance in sciences & mathematics, number of students consulting the teachers in those fields.

Science teachers
H.O.D science
Continuous
(e) Improve  course books ratio for all subjects to be 1 book share by 2 students
§ Improved book ratio in all subjects as time progresses
Principal
H.O.Ds
2013


(f) Ensure that there are enough and qualified teachers for all subjects
§ Low teachers lesson load
§ Number of teachers in school against school’s C.B.E
Board of Governors
Principal
Continuous
(g) Evaluate a teacher’s performance
Appraisal reports by their supervisors (HODs) 
Principal
HODs
Deputy principal
Continuous
(h) Monitor  the quality syllabus coverage by teachers

QASO reports
H.O.Ds
Continuous
Raise mean score from 4.45 to 7.5
  (i) Reward system for excellent performance for both teachers and students
Increased value  tokens given by PTA to  teachers and students
P.T.A & B.O.G
Continuous
(j) Encourage better performance in all subjects right from form one by setting and adhering to  targets
Targets achievement
Principal
Deputy principal
Senior master
Continuous
(k) Hold regular academic days to bring parents and stakeholders on board
Number academic open days held in a year
PTA chairman
Principal
B.O.G Chairman
Continuous

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE 2: TO IMPROVE AND EXPAND BOARDING FACILITIES 

OBJECTIVE
STRATEGY
INDICATOR
RESPONSIBLITY
TIME FRAME

To construct a new dorm to accommodate 150 students
(a) Raise fund for the dorm from the parents development fund for two years
Availability of funds for the project
Constructions of dorm
B.O.G
P.T.A
Principal
Procurement committee
2013

(b) Buy additional beds
Beds bought and are in use
B.O.G
P.T.A
Principal
Procurement committee
2013

(c)Buy new mattresses
Mattresses bought and are in use
B.O.G
P.T.A
Principal
Procurement committee
2013


(d) Paint old dorm and fix better windows
Painting done
Windows fixed.
Principal
2012


(e) Move students from the classes used as dorms to the new dorm
Vacant classes
Boarding master
2013

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE 2: TO EASE STAFF AND STUDENTS TRANSPORT DIFFICULTIES 

OBJECTIVE
STRATEGY
INDICATOR
RESPONSIBLITY
TIME FRAME
1
To purchase a 51-seater bus
Get bus loan from KCB to purchase a bus
Loan given
A bus
BOG
2013
(a) Raise money for the bus through harambee to form the down payment
Harambee done and money raised
BOG
PTA
2013
(b) Parents pay  3,000/= per student per year for four years
Money collected by school
Loan paid
PTA
Principal
2016
BUDGET AND ESTIMATES (SUMMARY OF MONETARY IMPLICATIONS)
To implement this strategic plan, substantial financial resources will be required. Below is the breakdown of that expected costs per various projects/items. Those items that are recurrent will cost the indicated figure multiplied by the five years. 

PROJECT/ITEM
APPROXIMATE COST
1
Remedial learning during the term ( per year)
300,000/=
2
Remedial learning during school holidays (per year)
500,000/=
3
Buying a photocopier
150,000/=
4
Talks to students to improve in mathematics and sciences (per year)
20,000/=
5
Purchase of text books to improve book ratio
250,000/=
6
Pay for two additional teachers in ICT & Kiswahili (per year)
288,000/=
7
Reward of excellent grades-teachers and students
200,000/=
8
Academic days , each class once (per year)
120,000/=
9
Construction and equipping dorm (entire project)
1,300,000/=
10
Renovation of old dorm
50,000/=
11
Purchase of a 51-seater school bus
5,500,000/=

GRAND TOTAL
8,678,000/=
MONITORING AND EVALUATION
The responsibility of monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of this strategic plan is vested upon the executive B.O.G, the P.T.A executive committee members and the school Academic Board (Principal, Deputy Principal and all academic H.O.Ds).  

CONCLUSION
This strategic plan provides direction, priorities and key players. Being the first strategic plan for this school, there is likelihood that the implementers will face initial challenges here and there. Nevertheless, the implementers should remain proactive and focused standing in the gap and ensuring successful in put of ingredients identified in each strategic initiative.
All stakeholders, as well, have an obligation to keep the implementers onto their toes by ensuring all activities go as planned. It is very important that all implementing bodies remain committed in spirit and action. If properly implemented, it will position this school in level to use the opportunities at hand and courage to overcome challenges that may come its way.
 However, it will be necessary to review the strategic activities annually and modify the strategic plan in accordance with the realities.
Let all of us pull or push in the same direction. God bless Nguutani Secondary School.
Success is a ladder that cannot be climbed with your hands in your pocket

LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
1)      BOG            Board of Governors
2)      PTA              Parents Teachers Association
3)      TSC              Teachers Service Commission
4)      KCSE           Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education
5)      KCB             Kenya Commercial Bank
6)      CBE             Curriculum Based Establishment
7)      HOD            Head Of Department
8)      ICT               Information Communication Technology
9)      HIV              Human Immunodeficiency Virus
10)  AIDS           Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
11)  CDF             Constituency Development Fund
12)  DEO             District Education Officer
13)  CDE             County Director of Education
14)  SWOT          Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats
15)  PESTEL       Political Economic Social Technological Ecological Legal.

APPENDIXES
  i.      K.C.S.E results
ii.      KCSE targets for 2012 KCSE
iii.      Physical facilities
iv.      Co- curricular achievements
v.      List of teachers and their responsibilities
vi.      List of support staff  and their areas of work
vii.      List of B.O.G members
viii.      List of P.T.A Executive  members
ix.      List of prefects body 2011/2012
x.      School enrolment 2007-2012
APPENDIX (i) KCSE ANALYSIS
K.C.S.E PERFORMANCE 2005 -2011
 YEAR 
Entry 
A -
B+
B
B-
C+
C
C-
D+
D
D-
E
X
Y
Z
M.G
 M.S
2005
25
0
0
0
1
0
1
3
4
10
4
2
0
0
0
0
4.40
D+
2006
20
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
2
8
3
5
0
0
0
0
3.65
D+
2007
31
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
2
14
8
1
1
0
0
0
3.77
D+
2008
60
0
0
1
1
2
1
5
7
10
16
15
1
0
0
0
3.83
D+
2009
49
0
0
0
1
0
1
7
9
8
17
6
0
0
0
0
4.04
D+
2010
52
0
0
0
0
0
1
4
5
13
16
13
0
0
0
0
3.50
D+
2011
 74
 0
1
4
5
12
8
16
21
7
0
 0
0
0
4.45
D+

APPENDIX (ii) KCSE 2012 TARGETS
312
GEOGRAPHY
8.0
B-
313
CRE
7.0
C+
102
KISWAHILI
6.8
C+
565
BUSINESS STUDIES
7.0
C+
311
HISTORY & GOVT
7.0
C+
232
PHYSICS
6.5
C+
443
AGRICULTURE
6.8
C+
101
ENGLISH
6.5
C+
231
BIOLOGY
6.5
C+
233
CHEMISTRY
6.5
C+
121
MATHEMATICS
6.5
C+

SCHOOL MEAN SCORE/MEAN GRADE
6.8
C+
APPENDIX (iii) PHYSICAL FACILITIES
  • 1 Science laboratory
  • 1 Dinning hall
  • 1 dorm
  • 1 kitchen
  • 1 staffroom
  • 1 computer laboratory
  • 8 classrooms
  • 1 small administration block (3 offices)
  • Play ground
  • School farm

APPENDIX (iv) CO-CURRICULAR ACHIEVEMENTS 2010 & 2011

ACTIVITY
YEAR
HIGHEST LEVEL COMPETED
1
Music festivals
2011
Provincial
2010
National
2
Soccer
2011
Zonal
2010
Provincial
3
Volleyball
2011
District
2010
District
4
Athletics
2011
County
2010
National
5
Lawn tennis
2011
District
2010
County
6
Table tennis
2011
District
2010
District
7
Handball
2011
District
2010
District
8
Basketball
2011
District
2010
District
9
Science congress
2011
District
2010
District
APPENDIX (v) LIST OF TEACHERS IN 2ND TERM 2012

NAME
SUBJECTS
REPSPONSIBILITIES
1
MR MWALA
PHY/CHEM
Principal
2
MR KARIUKI
HIST/CRE
Deputy principal
3
MR SYENGO
GEO/HIST
Senior master, HOD Humanities, Boarding Master
4
MS THYAKA
GEO/KISW
HOD Languages, Class Teacher F3
5
MS KITHAMI
GEO/ENG
HOD Guidance & Counseling
6
MR KITHEKA
BIO/AGRI
HOD Co curricular activities,  Class Teacher F2
7
MRS MUTISYA
CHEM/AGRI
HOD Science, Class Teacher F4
8
MRS MWENDWA
MATH/BS
HOD Mathematics, HOD technical & Applied
9
MRS MUNYUA
MATH/PHY
Class Teacher F1
10
MISS MALONZA
GEO/CRE
Assistant teacher, LATF Dorm teacher
11
MR MULI
MATH/PHY
Assistant teacher, Day-scholars welfare
12
MS MUTHUI
ENG/LIT
Assistant teacher
13
MR KIMANZI
CHEM/BIO
LAB TECHNICIAN
14
MRS MUTHENGI
CRE/GEO
TEACHING PRACTICE
15
MS VUTHI
MATH/BS
TEACHING PRACTICE
16
MS  MAITHYA
ENG/LIT
TEACHING PRACTICE
APPENDIX (vi) NON-TEACHING STAFF 2ND TERM 2012

NAME
POST
1
MRS ANGELLINAH MUSILA
Secretary
2
MS ANN KYENGO
Accounts clerk
3
MS GRACE MUKALA
Store keeper
4
MR MUYANGA NGURU
Cook
5
MR MBUVI KASIU
Cook
6
MR MUTHUI MILA
Grounds man/messenger
7
MR KIILU MUTUTA
security
8
MR MUSILU NGEI
security
9
MR MUTUNGA MALUKI
security

APPENDIX (vii) B.O.G MEMBERS 2011-2014

NAME
POSITION
1
MR MALOMBE
CHAIRMAN
2
MR MWALA
SECRETARY
3
FR MAANZO
SPONSOR/EXECUTIVE
4
MR KALAI NGII
EXECUTIVE
5
MRS  CHRISTINE  KYENDE 
EXECUTIVE
6
MR FRANCIS LUSI
EXECUTIVE
7
MR MULU NZOKA
MEMBER
8
MRS ROSE MWENDWA
MEMBER
9
MRS FELISTUS KANYANGE
MEMBER
10
MR SILAS MULI
MEMBER
11
MRS KASYOKA KYENZEKU
MEMBER
12
MR DOMINIC MUSILI
MEMBER
13
MR JAMES KASUNGO
MEMBER
14
MR KIOKO MBASA
MEMBER

APPENDIX (viii) PTA EXECUTIVE MEMBERS

NAME
POSITION
1
MR SILAS MULI
CHAIRMAN & FORM 3 PARENT
2
MR MWALA
PRINCIPAL
3
MR KARIUKI
DEPUTY PRINCIPAL
4
MR SYENGO
TEACHERS’ REPRESENTATIVE
5
MRS MUTHUSI
FORM 4 PARENT
6
MRS KASYOKA KYENZEKU
FORM 2 PARENT
7
MR  DOMINIC MUSILI
FORM 1 PARENT
APPENDIX (ix) PREFECTS BODY 2011/2012

NAME  AND CLASS
POSITION
1
PIUS MAITHYA F4
HEAD BOY
2
MWENDWA MUSYOKA
DEPUTY HEADBOY
3
MWENDWA MUSYA
DORM BIG
4
PETER KALUNDI
CLASS FORM 3
5
GABRIEL MUTUKU
DORM BIG
6
MUSEE MWANGANGI
DORM  LATF
7
BONIFACE THITU
DINNING  HALL
8
SAMUEL MUTINDA
SCIENCE LAB
9
MUTINDA KANDII
COMPOUND
10
FLAVIAN MWENDWA
WATER
11
CHARLES LWENYA
SANITATION
12
MOSES KATUA
ENTERTAINMENT
13
NZIOKA SAMMY
COMPOUND
14
MANYINGA NGII
LANGUANGES
15
KIMANZI MUTHUI
CLASS FORM 4
16
KENEDY MUTIA
DINNING HALL
17
MOSES MWENDWA
TIME KEEPER
18
ERIC MAEMA
DORM A
19
KAMAU KONGO
GAMES
20
OMAR ALI
CLASS FORM 2
21
GOLDFON NGEI
LANGUAGES
APPENDIX (x) SCHOOL ENROLMENT
YEAR
FORM 1
FORM 2
FORM 3
FORM 4
TOTAL
2012
66
69
72
57
264
2011
64
71
66
74
275
2010
73
72
68
52
265
2009
74
69
55
50
248
2008
64
54
54
59
231
2007
55
53
55
31
194