Our grade three completed their national assessment end of September. We are very happy, they did the assessment well and they are all meeting expectations. We have uploaded their results to the Kenya national examination council. We are also grateful every child has got a portfolio where we keep all their records.
The Rossholme children went on their third school trip on October 10th – this time to the Nairobi National Museum and to the Arboretum. One hundred and twenty six students and their six teachers really enjoyed the day. It was a great opportunity for them to get out of Kiambiu slum where they live and go to school. They saw a good and very different environment in another area of Nairobi.
At the museum in the morning, they learned a lot about Kenya’s history, and they saw animals that they’ve never seen before – tortoise and crocodiles, and even a sculpture of the biggest extinct animal – the dinosaur.
In the afternoon, they enjoyed bouncing in a castle, swinging, playing football, singing and skipping ropes. They had their faces painted, and were given masks and balloons – and then they had a special lunch of pilau and Fanta sodas.