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April Education Camp Ends
A two weeks Education camp that involved reading, revision, group discussions, presentations and symposiums, ended on Thursday 30th April at CCP Centre. The camp’s theme ‘Constant Practice’, concentrated on Mathematics, English and science subjects. A total of 96 students representing 29 in high school and 67 in primary school attended the camp. The camp also attracted 20 students from Kawangware community. At the closing ceremony, students expressed gratitude and showcased what they had learnt in dance, poems and different education presentations. Jacob‘s presentation on ‘Bar Soap’ making process evidently showed an in-depth knowledge of the different chemical reactions in the Chemistry subject. Kepha Kariuki, skillfully demonstrated the process of making “Electricity” using different fruits such as: lemon, oranges and tomatoes which was enough proof of an in depth knowledge in Biology and Physics. Cindy Njeri, in Form One, gave a Mathematics divisibility test demonstration that simplified the rules of Mathematics, leaving the audience smiling. Stella Nduku and Purity Wanjiru who represented the primary students thanked CCP’s management team for giving them an opportunity to grow, explore and develop a reading culture. “We have learnt a lot in the two weeks in all the subjects and we promise that this knowledge will reflect in our report forms this term,” they promised. Representing high school students, Jacob Omondi and Kepha Kariuki praised the teachers who had dedicated their time and effort to help the students in the various subjects. Speaking during the ceremony, Jacqueline Ngige, CCP’s Finance Director motivated the students to work smart in the 2nd term of the Academic Calendar. She particularly gave emphasis to discipline and change of attitude to those who were still reluctant and in disciplined. “I request all of you to make good decisions today; the choices you make will determine your future,” she stated. The Managing Director, Stella Mwangi, thanked the teachers for making the two weeks a learning experience for the students. She urged all CCP’s sponsored student to take advantage of the resources which included the Community Center facility. Speaking to Jacob Omondi and Brighton Asmani who will be the first CCP’s sponsored students to sit their High School national examinations this year, she encouraged to work hard and be good ambassadors of CCP.
Cindy Njeri giving her Mathematics Presentation
Jacob Omondi presenting a Chemistry Project
Benard Okoth, Education coordinator, stressing a point
Finance Director encouraging the students
During lunch break
Millicent Mwati, a teacher, motivating the students
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