Early Years Foundation Stage

Our Early Years Foundation Stage children have been busy exploring the different areas of learning. Have a look at what each class was up to during the week as indicated below.

Creche Red

What do T-Rex and Triceratops eat when they are super hungry? Meat, trees, grass and stones. They stomp and march with large feet and rest in their nests when tired. Where do baby dinosaurs come from? From mummies or from eggs? With hats and magnifying glasses – off we go hunting for Dino eggs… Dino eggs in the making - mix some flour, salt, soil and water and Voila! Do dinosaurs brush their teeth and take a bath?

Creche Yellow

Down at the school pond, what did we see? Quack quack ducks.

Little ducks splashing in the water. Quack said a duck and off they all went flapping their wings. Waddle, waddle, waddle to and fro as the children run behind them, collecting feathers from everywhere. Washing the feathers to make them clean but How lucky are ducks to have such a water proof coat. If I had a water proof coat…

Foundation Stage 1 Red

Let’s give the baby a bath - the baby’s hair is so soft – How does your hair feel? Some of our favourite hairstyles - long, short, curly, shaved, afro, plaited. Most girls like long hair, what do boys like? Eating healthy foods and oiling our hair makes them grow long and strong. Blow-dryers make a sound when switched on – what does it sound like? A vacuum cleaner, a blender or a car engine?

Foundation Stage 1 Yellow

Shivers and Goosebumps - cuddling up in my sweater when it is cold! How are sweaters made? Where does the wool come from? Baa Baa Black sheep got three bags of wool. How do we get the wool off the sheep's body? How do they feel when the wool is sheared off? They shiver and tremble - Do you think sheep can wear sweaters? If we had wool on our heads…

Foundation Stage 2 Red

A torch with batteries in the woodlands which is almost going off. Is it bright, dim, faint, or dark?  What can we do for the torch to give out a brighter light? What if the torch refuses to light? Let’s go think! Look! A Cafe! Please may I have some tea in a big mug for mummy, middle sized mug for the sister and a small mug for my baby? Some rectangle shaped cookies would be good too!

Foundation Stage 2 Yellow

Westlands, Kileleshwa, Lavington and South B – some of the names of places where we live. L..l..l..lions live in a de- n. Cartons, sticks, stones, scarves and twigs – let’s make a den for the Lazy Lion. Lions are from the ‘Cat Family,’ which other animals belong to this family? Differences and similarities – spots, stripes, shapes and sizes of heads. What if a pride of lion comes to our school? If I had a pet lion…



Primary School Annual English Week

Friday 28th September 2018 marked the end of a very successful Annual English week whose theme was ‘Five days in Africa’.

Students and teachers alike came to school dressed in African attire as an appreciation of our diversity.

Throughout the week, children undertook different activities whose aim was to expose them to African Literature and Authors as a way of developing their reading and writing skills, and inculcating an appreciation of the immediate environment.

We engaged Storymoja, a creative powerhouse with work that spans from content creation to exciting projects based on books. Storymoja’s fun and exciting activities inspire young people in different ways. They also had a chance to sell their story books to the students throughout the week.

Activities during the week included creative story writing and telling, book making, book picnic, fashion show and a play during school assembly. The Year 3 students had a chance to go to Kenya National Theatre to watch Tinga Tinga , the musical.

A big thank you to all who made the week successful, and to the parents for their support in purchasing books for their children.

Kind regards,


Ms. C. Akinyi

English Curriculum Leader