07/03/2022 by Bertha Lutome
27 Preprimary two (PP2) learners have today graduated from Buckner Kenya’s Baptist Preparatory School in Nairobi, after the successful completion of Pre primary 1 (PP1) and 2 levels of the Competence-Based Curriculum. The one-day event was graced by Dickson Masindano, the Executive Country Director, and Rosemary Wasilwa, Buckner Kenya’s Director of Programs.
The graduation ceremony was a beehive of activities, with learners showcasing their talents and levels of creativity through songs, dance, and memory verses. Buckner Kenya aims at providing quality and affordable education to children from vulnerable families across the country as well as laying a strong Christian foundation.
“We will ensure that our learners learn well. Our teachers will give them all that they need so that they succeed in life. This is the best environment for your child to study because all our teachers are qualified and certified, the school environment is also conducive, and above all, we ensure that they are taught the word of God, hence developing a firm Christian foundation for our children,” Said Masindano
PP1 and PP2 are early levels of education in the new curriculum in Kenya and learners are taken through key subjects like; Christian Religious Education (CRE), Language Activities, Islamic Activities, Psychomotor – Creative Arts, Environmental Activities, Kiswahili Language Activities, and Mathematical Activities. These subjects are key in helping them communicate with people from different cultures as well as boost their levels of creativity and nurture talents.
“We try to make them independent when they are in PP2 so that they can know early enough how to solve issues as well as become responsible citizens. We have taught them to share, to say sorry when they wrong someone and also say thank you,” said Christine, a teacher at Baptist Preparatory School.
Buckner Kenya team wishes all graduands the very best in life.
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