Note of a meeting at Eburru Primary School on 1 February
Secretary Eburru Primary School Trust
Secretary TAS in UK.
This has still not been issued. The government has encouraged all schools to
obtain deeds but the process is difficult.
Nicole took the documents and plans accumulated over 12 years and will
try to find a way of getting it done.
Post meeting note:
Hon Mathenge MP for Gilgil and Naivasha has also asked for copies of
these document and promised to facilitate the process.
Next Classroom block
Funds are in place to get the next 3 classrooms built but HSK will not release their
contribution until the title deeds are obtained. Hence the urgency.
Forms were left with the headteacher for completion reports
on recent projects.
The HT will enlist the help of other teachers to familiarise
himself with the laptop TAS gave him in November.
The government laptops are expected soon but are apparently
going first to small schools.
The 2016 mean score
is 210 ( the 2015 ms was 204). Also the
number qualifying for secondary school doubled to 46. This is in part due to the lowering of the
qualifying mark from 250 to 170.
A volunteer from US, Kara Hamblen, comes 3 times a week
after school to give English classes to 30 Standard 8 students of low to middle
ability. She has been doing this since
May 2016 and the improved exam results reflect this.
Plant nursery – Rhino Ark
Rhino Ark wishes to establish a plant nursery in the school
as part of the Eburru reforestation programme.
The student environment club will be involved in caring for these