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CCP Academy Closes School
On April 6th 2018, CCP Academy closed school after the first term in a colorful closing ceremony attended by CCP staff. Teacher Linet Momanyi, CCP Academy’s grade seven Class Manager shared a devotion from Luke 11:33 on the topic of 'walking in the light'. She explained walking in the light as doing the right thing and encouraged the pupils to be good examples. The pupils entertained everyone into captivating presentations ranging from: songs, poems, dances, skits, and spoken word pieces. CCP staff as well performed a skit on 'boy- girl relationship' which the children enjoyed very much. Thereafter, different class teachers gave a piece of advice to the students concerning studies, good behavior and the value of helping their parents while at home during the holiday. Students who performed well in the last examination were acknowledged and appreciated with a textbook. Those were; Comfort Joyce, George Wafula and and Bidel Baraka in grade four who attained 354, 356 and 365 marks out of a possible 500 marks taking positions 3,2 and 1 respectively. In grade five it was Alex Otondo, Brian Omondi and Florence Kemoni who took positions 3, 2, and 1 with 356, 358 and 385 marks in the same order. Charles Musyoki, Susan Apiyo and Fidel Castro of grade six had 377, 382,388 marks taking positions 3, 2 and 1 respectively. Jonah Maesh, Wellington Ojuku and Cosmas Ongode were positions, 3, 2, and 1 with 315, 346 and 387 marks respectively in grade seven. Finally from the candidate’s class the day was carried by Tonny Ouma, Timmon Batti and Mary Goretti Atieno at positions 3, 2 and 1 respectively with 379, 416 and 417 marks in the same order. The most improved students in each class were also appreciated. These were; Joy Wangeci 4th grade who added 13 points, Jimmy Macharia and Tiffany Akinyi 5th grade had added 33 points, 6th grade Adrian Esakin had 38 extra points while 7th grade Violet Bosibori had 26 more points, Salim Ng’ang’a from the 8th grade had added 45 points. Hilda Mwavishi CCP Academy’s Head Teacher congratulated the students for good behavior throughout the term and encouraged them to work harder to improve their performance. She announced the next term’s opening dates to be May 2rd 2018.
Spoken word presentation from Timon Batti a 8th grade student.
Grade five student's skit
Teacher Linet Momanyi sharing devotion.
Hilda Mwavishi CCP Academy's Head Teacher addressing the students.
CCP staff skit
Staff skit continuation
Rewarding improvement in marks
Time for lunch
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