Chaddy Mission School Partnership
KHS is very proud to announce that is has started a partnership with Chaddy Mission School in Kenya.
Chaddy Mission School is located in the Mwariki district of Nakuru. Pastor Geoffrey Mbugua was inspired to set up the school in 2009 after realising that many children in the local community were unable to attend government-run schools, due to the costs of items such as uniform and classroom resources. The school has 10 teaching staff, and provides a free education to approximately 300 children between the ages of three and 16. The school also runs a daily feeding programme, which provides students with two free meals a day. Chaddy delivers Kenya’s national primary curriculum to students. On completion, students sit their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exam.
Our partnership allows our students to deepen their understanding about the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child as part of our Rights Respecting School status.