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Thursday, 09 August 2012 17:40

About Junior School

1: Terminologies used in the curriculum.

  • Kindergarten:  The beginners’ class. (Age group is (3 years).
  • Reception class:   This is the class after the Kindergarten.  The age group is
    (4-5) years old.
  • Year 1:  This is the Primary one, the age group for this class is (5 - 6) years old.
  • Year 2: This is Primary two, the age group is (6-7) years old.
    • Year 1 and year2 belong to Key stage 1 of the British Education system..
      Year 3: Primary three, the age group is (7 - 8) years old.
      Year 4:  Primary four, the age group is (8 - 9) years old.
      Year 5: Primary five the age group is (9 - 10) years old.
      Year 6:  Primary six, the age bracket is (10 – 11) years old.
      Primary (3 – 6) is key stage 2 of the British Education system.

2: Schedules:

The school will provide each Parent / Learner with a class timetable. This timetable will be showing clearly the time for P.E., swimming classes, library classes etc.

3: Uniforms:

The school will provide you with two sets of school uniforms a part from sports kits where you will receive one pair. Stockings and shoes are not provided by the school. You are advised to have at least two sets of the physical Education Kit, the prices are available. You can arrange with Accounts to have a second pair. The school does not provide a swimming costume, so you can buy an appropriate costume for your son or daughter.

Book Bags:

The school will not provide school bags but will advise you the type of bag to buy. Learners are advised to be careful with their items by using these bags for safe custody.

Daily Classes:

The school will begin classes at exactly 8:10 am and end the classes by 3:00 pm. from Monday to Friday. However, Reception class, year 1 and year 2 classes will always end their classes by 1:00 pm. Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 & Year 6 will always finish their classes by 3:00 pm.

Meals:

Meals will be provided at school they will include tea and a hot snack break. Lunch will also be provided. In case of an interest in packing a snack for your child let us know of it to check the healthy standards. The menu for lunch will be provided to parents. It will be rotational but meals with pork will not be provided. Parents are to provide information concerning meals in the forms provided.

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Published in Junior School
Thursday, 09 August 2012 14:59

Fees Structure For The Junior School

Term Fees in U.S. Dollars

Classes Time Admission Tuition Fees Uniform Meals
(for day scholars)
Transport
(for day scholars)
Medical Total

Kindergarten

8 am  - 12:30 pm $200 (once) $615 $100 $150 $400 $50 $1465

Reception

8 am  - 12:30 pm $200 (once) $815 $100 $150 $400 $50 $1715

Year 1 & 2

8 am  - 2:15  pm $200 (once) $1,015 $120 $200 $400 $50 $1,985

Year 3 & 6

       8 am  - 3:15 pm                

$200 (once) $1,115 $120 $200 $400 $50 $2,085
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Published in Junior School
Thursday, 09 August 2012 14:41

Junior School

Important Information to help Parents / Guardian and Students.

 

1: Terminologies used in the curriculum.

 

  • Kindergarten:      The beginners’ class. (Age group is (3 years).
  • Reception class:   This is the class after the Kindergarten.  The age group is
    (4-5) years old.
  • Year 1:       This is the Primary one, the age group for this class is (5 - 6) years old.
  • Year 2:       This is Primary two, the age group is (6-7) years old.
    • Year 1 and year2 belong to Key stage 1 of the British Education system..
      Year 3:        Primary three, the age group is (7 - 8) years old.
      Year 4:        Primary four, the age group is (8 - 9) years old.
      Year 5:        Primary five the age group is (9 - 10) years old.
      Year 6:        Primary six, the age bracket is (10 – 11) years old.
      Primary (3 – 6) is key stage 2 of the British Education system.

2: Schedules:

The school will provide each Parent / Learner with a class timetable.  This timetable will be showing clearly the time for P.E., swimming classes, library classes etc.

3: Uniforms:

The school will provide you with two sets of school uniforms a part from sports kits where you will receive one pair.  Stockings and shoes are not provided by the school.

You are advised to have at least two sets of the physical Education Kit, the prices are available.  You can arrange with Accounts to have a second pair.

The school does not provide a swimming costume, so you can buy an appropriate costume for your son or daughter.

Book Bags:

The school will not provide school bags but will advise you the type of bag to buy.  Learners are advised to be careful with their items by using these bags for safe custody.

Daily Classes:

The school will begin classes at exactly 8:10 am and end the classes by 3:00 pm. from Monday to Friday. However, Reception class, year 1 and year 2 classes will always end their classes by 1:00 pm.  Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 & Year 6 will always finish their classes by 3:00 pm.

Meals:

Meals will be provided at school they will include tea and a hot snack break.  Lunch will also be provided.  In case of an interest in packing a snack for your child let us know of it to check the healthy standards.  The menu for lunch will be provided to parents.  It will be rotational but meals with pork will not be provided.  Parents are to provide information concerning meals in the forms provided.

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Published in Junior School
Wednesday, 31 August 2011 14:13

Why Study at KIS

Facilities

In addition to having a cool study atmosphere, an international reputation, other facilities include; Quality meals (both African and English food); Modern resource center with fast internet; A good science laboratory; Affirmative class rooms of not more than 20 learners with quality instructors. Teachers use white boards, projectors and smart boards in delivering their lessons.

Boarding Houses

Resident learners are accommodated in exquisite boarding houses rather than traditional dormitories. Learners live a family life in boarding houses by working together under the supervision of boarding matrons and wardens who are teachers. We allow weekly boarding but learners from distant areas are housed fully.

Our pastrol team in boarding houses narture the learner to grow with a warm and supportive heart.

Child Welfare and Development

The Tutorial System
Each learner at Kabojja International School is entitled to a personal tutor who acts as a parent and a career advisor. Tutors check on the tutees daily and discuss as a family. Learners are expected to be candid and express their concerns, exchange ideas, breakdown social barriers between themselves and their teachers as they receive guidance.

Health Care

The school provides first hand medical care but strongly encourage parents to secure a health insurance scheme with an international recognized hospital. Incase of any medical examination beyond the schools’ capacity, the cost is transferred to the parent/guardian.

Transport

Non-resident learners are provided with transport to and from the school at a cost. For convenience, the learner has to fit into the route map allocated.

Spiritual Development

Kabojja International School welcomes learners of all religious beliefs and aims to develop each leaner’s understanding of a personal faith.

 

Published in Study at KIS
Wednesday, 31 August 2011 11:06

Senior School

The school provides an international -UK- Cambridge curriculum with classes in Cambridge Secondary 1 (Year 7,8 & 9), Cambridge Secondary 2 (Year 10 & 11) building on foundation of Cambridge Secondary 1. This provides excellent progression to the next stage of Cambridge International Education – Cambridge Advanced Level which include AS (Year12) and A2 (Year13). This Advanced Level as well cater for; Cambridge International Diplomas and the Cambridge Pre-University.

As a measure of learners’ performance on international level, the school enables learners in year9 to do Check Point examinations from Cambridge University. The Check Point tests are available in English, Mathematics and Science. The tests cover all areas of learning required in the first years of an International Secondary Education.

Middle Secondary Learners/ Cambridge Secondary 2

The middle secondary learners/ Cambridge Secondary 2, do their final IGCSE examinations in Year 11. This is done after successive preparations and internal assessment with careful monitoring of the progress and giving feed back to both learners and parents.

The Upper Secondary/ Cambridge Advanced Level (Advanced Level A2)

The upper Secondary/ Cambridge Advanced Level (Advanced Level A2), Advanced Subsidiary Level (AS). AICE Diploma, - Cambridge Pre-University are offered with our main sitting in May/June session but with a provision of November / December.

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Wednesday, 31 August 2011 10:56

About Senior School

The school provides an International “UK“ Cambridge curriculum with classes in lower Secondary (Year 7, 8 & 9), middle Secondary (Year 10 &11) and upper Secondary (Years 12  and 13).

The upper Secondary School is done with a Cambridge International Diplomas and Cambridge Pre- University (Cambridge Pre- U)
As a measure of students performance on international level, the school enables students in year 9 to do check point Examinations from Cambridge University.  The check point tests are available in English, Mathematics and Science. The tests cover all major areas of learning required in the first years of an international secondary Education.

The middle Secondary  do their final IGCSE/GCE examinations in Year 11. This is done after successive preparations and internal assessments with careful monitoring of the progress and giving feed back to parents.

The Upper Secondary (Advanced Levels, Advanced Subsidiary level (AS), AICE Diploma, “Cambridge Pre- University are offered with our main sitting in May/June session but with a provision of November / December.

A learner in a lower secondary offer a number of subjects which introduces him/her to the main curriculum content of the middle secondary.
These subjects include;

  1. Mathematics
  2. English language
  3. Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology)
  4. ICT (Information Technology)
  5. Accounting
  6. History
  7. Geography
  8. Literature in English
  9. Drama
  10. Physical Education
  11. Art and design
  12. Religious Education
  13. Foreign Languages (French, Swahili and Arabic)
A learner is helped to attain a good background in the basic curriculum. After achieving a relatively sound foundation, teachers guide the learners in Year 9 to select suitable subjects for IGCSE  Year 10

The middle Secondary (Year 10, Year 11)
Learners in this level normally take eight subjects chosen from the following;

  1. Physics
  2. Chemistry
  3. Biology
  4. History
  5. Geography
  6. English Literature
  7. Mathematics

8. Information Technology
9. Languages (French, Swahilli and Arabic)
10. Economics
11. Business Studies
11. Sociology

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