CCP Academy Closes
CCP Academy ended second term on July 27th At CCP Community Center with an afternoon ceremony attended by all CCP staff and Simply 2 Love team. The day started with finalizing an examination in the morning, followed by some games facilitated by Jacob Omondi, a special lunch for all the children, and finally the closing ceremony. At the start, CCP’s Children and Youth Coordinator pastor Fredrick Mmbwanga shared from Philippians 3:12-14. He encouraged the pupils to focus on things ahead summarizing it in three points ‘’ forget what is behind, make decisions on your own, have Jesus and the power of the Holy Spirit.’’ All CCP Academy teachers addressed the gathering, presenting a summary of how the term had been and wished the pupils a good the holiday. Evans Simuyu the fourth grade teacher, reminded pupils to honor God and attend church during the holiday. Linet Momanyi, fifth grade teacher congratulated the pupils for coming to school throughout the term. The sixth grade teacher Jackline Kisia encouraged the pupils to make good use of their time at home and also cautioned them not to involve themselves in politics. ‘’ Make peace and avoid things that can bring you trouble’’ She said. Davis Kidake the seventh grade teacher commended his students for good performance and for being well behaved. Horice Omondi the eighth grade teacher said he was pleased that his class had a positive deviation in each exam they did this term. He reminded the pupils that though school was schooling they were not to close their books. Hilda Mwavishi CCP Academy’s Head Teacher, congratulated the pupils for being obedient though the term and reminded them to revise during the holiday in readiness for the opener exam come next term. She announced that the school will reopen on August 22rd and reminded the pupils to do their holiday assignment. Results for three best pupils in each class and also the most improved pupil in each class were each awarded with a gift from CCP’S Director of Finance Jacqueline Ngige and CCP’s Managing Director Stella Mwangi. (The following are the names of the children who were awarded for good performance: Ida Atieno, James Otete, Florence Kemoni and Alex Otondo grade four for attaining positions 3, 2, 1 and most improved respectively. In grade five, Milka Atieno, Charles, Musyoki, Susan Apiyo and Adarian Ezakina were positions 3, 2, 1 and most improved respectively. Grade six had Barack Oluoch and Wellngton Ojuku tied for position 3, while Cosmas Ogonde was the best performer. Edgar Wafula was awarded the most improved in that class. In grade 7 Tonny Ouma, Mary Goretty Atieno and Timon Otieno were the top three students. Both Timon who scored 409 mraks and Mary Gorety who had 402 marks received an extra appreciation of Ksh 1,000 from CCP’s Executive team as fulfillment of promise for every child who scores 400 marks and above. In grade 8, Milka Anyango, Ian Willis Okoth and Goodwill Omondi were positions 3, 2 and 1 respectively. Mourice Osewe was celebrated as the most improved in that class.) Jacqueline in her address reminded the children that security begins with self. She also encouraged them to visit CCP office whenever there is a problem at home instead of opting to the streets. Finally, Stella concluded the ceremony with words of counsel reminding the pupils that studies are the only free gift that CCP and their parents can give them. She said nothing good comes free in life; people have got to work hard.
Pastor Fredrick sharing devotion
Hilda Mwavishi(CCP Academy Head Teacher)addressing the students.
Happy to close school
Simply 2 Love team attending the closing ceremony
serving lunch
It was delicious
Stella Mwangi, CCP's Managing Director(right) and Hilda Mwavishi-Head Teacher(left)congratulating good performance
Mary Gorett Receives 1,000 from CCP's Director of Finance Jacqueline Ngige for exemplary performance.
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