Why Braeside?

Since its founding in 1994, Braeside School has grown steadily from an all Kenyan population to encompass over 50 nationalities.  Located on lush grounds off Muthangari Road in the quiet residential suburb of Lavington, Braeside is a co-educational, multicultural school providing an education from Early Years Foundation Stage (age 2 years) to Sixth Form (age 17 years).

Braeside School offers an international version of the National Curriculum of England. The school is structured into various sections, concentrating on specific children’s learning requirements as they develop and grow.  The youngest students begin their school career in the Early Years Foundation Stage, before moving into the Primary Section, progressing on to the Middle School and finally entering the Upper School.  Throughout the whole school, a warm, friendly and caring learning environment is provided in which children feel safe, supported and challenged while developing to their full academic, social, emotional and physical potential.

Braeside School is a community in which relationships between students, teachers and parents foster a supportive and collaborative environment with a focus on acknowledging achievements while significantly identifying opportunities for evolvement and improvement. Open communication between home and school is actively encouraged at Braeside and is integral in ensuring the ongoing success of both students and the community.

Braeside offers a vibrant, positive culture engendering mutual respect and appreciation as principle features of our school. Highly qualified and enthusiastic teachers provide students with access to a broad curriculum and extensive co-curricular programme, ensuring that students explore their interests and discover their talents, creating young people who are successful and confident citizens of the world.

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United Nations Global Compact is strategic policy initiative for businesses that are committed to aligning their operations and strategies with ten universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption, and take actions that advance societal goals. The UN Global Compact works toward the vision of a sustainable and inclusive global economy which delivers lasting benefits to people, communities, and markets.

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