KISUMU EDUCATION SOCIETY

  • OUR TEACHING STAFF

    Kisumu Junior Academy Principal and the teaching staff parade for a photo shoot

  • LEARNING TIME

    Students during a class session

  • OUR PREFECT BODY

    The Kisumu Junior academy class prefects

  • OUR PRINCIPAL

    The Kisumu Junior Academy Principal Miss Anne in her office

  • STUDY TRIPS

    The students take a photo during a trip to the Kisumu Museum

  • ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS

    A top junior student receives an award during a prize giving ceremony

  • SWIMMING TIME

    Kisumu junior swimming champions show their prowess in the discipline

  • EVENT CHALLENGES

    Students participate during the KIWI SHOE SHINE CHALLENGE

  • TREE PLANTING

    Gymnasts from Denmark plant trees in the junior school during their visit to promote gymnastics

  • SPORTS

    Students during a training session by the schools' head of girls sports Rupal Sedani

  • MUSIC TIME

    Students during a music class

  • MANAGEMENT VISITS

    The School's principal Miss Anne discuss pertinent issues with the School's Ag Manager Mr Rakesh Patel

  • ART LESSONS

    Students during an arts class

  • JUNIOR LIBRARY

    The Kisumu Junior Academy Library

  • COMPUTER LAB

    The Kisumu Junior Computer Lab

Welcome to Kisumu Junior Academy

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Kisumu Junior Academy is the pioneer preparatory school to offer the British National Curriculum (BNC) among three institutions managed by Kisumu Education Society. The school traces its foundation to September 1994 when it had a batch of seven students only. That time the curriculum in place was the London GCE, which related closely to that of the Republic of Ireland’s Primary Curriculum for age 5—12. In 2003, the syllabus passed through a paradigm shift---adopting the GCSE and later IGCSE Key Stage 1 and 2 block system of education followed in England and Wales. The primary school phase incepted a Reception Class; a transition stage from where students begin Y1 to Y6 as opposed to Grade 1 to 7, which was there before. Today the enrollment is over 250 with over 30 members of the teaching staff.

Examination bodies in England also changed; transforming from QCA, to QCDA, to the present Edexcel. Such transformations are a common phenomenon in the curriculum evolution, considered a normal review to demonstrate the dynamic nature of school systems. In Kenya, for example, we moved from CPE— which I sat, to KCPE. Changes of this kind have often come with a leap in advancement and general improvements in content and pedagogy. In most cases it ushers in a new structure and set up.

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