Brian used to skive off school to play video games, his class at the local government-run school had 50 pupils all vying for one teacher’s attention and Brian just got bored.
Today, Brian is at the Fountains of Hope School in a class of just 14 students, he has built a great rapport with his Class 5 teacher and is excelling in class. He had the best exam results in his class during the last end-of-term exams.
Brian’s mum has also played a big part in turning around Brian’s behaviour, she put in a lot of effort to ensure Brian turned up at school every day when he first joined Fountains of Hope. She continues to be one of the most supportive parents involved in the school.
We’re committed at Fountains of Hope to providing a quality education to our pupils and we preserve small class sizes to make sure that each pupil, like Brian, gets the attention and care that they need.
Thank you for support for the Fountains of Hope School, over 90 children just like Brian are all benefitting from individual care and quality teaching in a condusive environment thanks to your support. We're changing the story in Kibera, with your help. Thank you.