Return 35 street-children from Kibera to school

by The Turning Point Trust
Return 35 street-children from Kibera to school
Return 35 street-children from Kibera to school
Return 35 street-children from Kibera to school
Return 35 street-children from Kibera to school
Return 35 street-children from Kibera to school
Return 35 street-children from Kibera to school
Return 35 street-children from Kibera to school
Return 35 street-children from Kibera to school
Return 35 street-children from Kibera to school
Return 35 street-children from Kibera to school
Return 35 street-children from Kibera to school
Return 35 street-children from Kibera to school
Return 35 street-children from Kibera to school
Return 35 street-children from Kibera to school
Return 35 street-children from Kibera to school
Return 35 street-children from Kibera to school

Project Report | Oct 15, 2013
Exam Time

By Gladys Machocho | Social Worker

Mid-term is here and we are happy to report that the mid-term exams are in progress in our Transition Classes.

Exams in Kenya are an important part of the education system. Exams assist teachers to evaluate and monitor the children's progress academically. Throughout the term the teachers have been teaching a total of five compulsary subjects (Mathematics, English, Kiswahili, Social Studies and Science) this is what the children get examined in.

This being the third and last term of the year, the kids have to prove themselves capable and ready to go to the locally available formal public school which they are expected to join next year. Both the teachers and pupils are positive that the results will be excellent.We at Turning Point are excited with the progress and growth being witnessed in these children's lives.

We are grateful for your continued support from the beginning of the year in keeping our Transition classes up and and running. We could not have succeded if it were not for your constant and continued support. God bless you and make your cups overflow.

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The Turning Point Trust

Location: Woking, Surrey - United Kingdom
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Twitter: @tptrust
Project Leader:
Jon Parsons
Yaya Centre , Nairobi Kenya

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