As a school we understand the importance of ensuring self-sustainability. We have endeavored in many ways over the last few years to help us on our way to self-sustainability
In recent years, we have restructured our school compound by giving land to some of our most vulnerable children. This has helped them learn basic agriculture but more importantly, we have had noticed the targeted children have improved academic performance as they their nourishment has improved.
Following a donation of books from the Dutch organisation 'My Book Buddy', we have created a sustainable school library. Every child in every class has access to a large variety of books which they are able to take home. Children's literacy rates have improved tremendously in this time and they have grown a greater love-of-learning. Additionally, they are sharing the books at home to help literacy rates there too. On top of this, our teachers are becoming more responsible for management of classroom resources.
We understand the importance of having strong community links. Our parents play a key role in helping the school through activities such as: basic upkeep, a yearly function and monthly parent committee meetings.