Juja Kindergarten School
The Early Years Education Programme aims at contributing to the emotional, physical, social and intellectual development of the young ones. It develops a positive and balanced image of themselves, helps them acquire personal independence and increase its effective capabilities. We promote children’s development through play and structured activities. This prepares them for a smooth transition to the primary school.
The Kindergarten Principal – Ms. NANCY WANGUI
Juja Kindergarten School is delighted and honored that you are considering us for your child’s education. As an interested partner in fostering your child’s holistic development, we look forward to working with you through a closer partnership that will help your child achieve the best transformative education. At Juja Kindergarten School, we accept admissions throughout the year. We have internal mechanisms of assessing the child’s capability and thereafter advice on the appropriate level for placement.
We admit learners according to the following age group:
|Playgroup/Crèche||2 – 3|
|Kindergarten(KG1)||3 – 4|
|Pre-Primary 1(PP1)||4 – 5|
|Pre-Primary 2(PP2)||5 – 6|
Classes & Curriculum
Events Outside the Classroom
At Juja Kindergarten School we provide our pupils with a resourceful environment that is conducive for learning and where they can thrive and develop.
Training future farmers on food security. This helps the pupils learn how to care for plants and appreciate the types of food they eat.
Different activities at the play park help the learners to build their large motor muscles as they enjoy themselves.
We opened our Resource Centre to expand learning experiences through E-learning and E-reading. We shall keep advancing it and ensuring we are up-to-date with the current materials for the Kindergarten level.
Through the Juja Music Academy, we offer Music lessons to our learners. Learners are taught how to play piano, violin & drums. Voice coaching/training is also offered as part of the music classes. Interested pupils should inquire with the principal.
games Work without play makes Jack a dull boy
Games & Physical Education
Participation of children in psychomotor activities play a big role in their holistic development and this is seen in their:
A. Motor skills development and performance
B. Educational potential
As children participate in the aforementioned activities, they learn about important values such as:
- Taking turns.
- Respect for themselves and others.
- Adherence to rules and regulations.
Playing also helps children to develop self-esteem and confidence especially after managing a challenging task. Sports enables children to deal with competition and teaches them how to cope with winning and losing.
Currently, we have engaged UJUZI SOKA, a body of professionals that engages the young ones in sports and other psychomotor activities.
Food and Nutrition
The pupils enjoy a balanced and nutritional diet through the week. Soft food that is easy to digest and chew for the little ones is provided. Fruits in season are provided to boost the vitamin nutrients in their diet.
Please notify us if your child has any food allergies or medical related information that we should know while caring for your child at school.
Juja Preparatory and Senior Schools have a safe transport system that picks students from their homes every morning and drops them in the late afternoon. Our highly maintained school buses are fitted with safety belts and other first aid gadgets that ensure the safety of students. Each vehicle has a minder that monitors the pupils while on transit.
|1||Muigai-inn, Star of Hope, Toll Station, Kays Estate, K.U, Boma, Ruiru, Juja Town, Kareme, Green Fields, Ndarugu, Kanini Farm||11,550||9,240|
|2||Kimbo, Wankan, Gwa Kairu, Ruiru Town, Bamboo Estate, Mugutha||18,150||14,520|
|3||Membley, Clayworks, Kihunguro, Peponi School, Mashinani Bypass, Mangu, Witeithie, Corner Bypass, Kizuri, 3 Rings Bypass, Gatongora, Green Estate||21,780||17,424|
|4||Kahawa Sukari, Kahawa Wendani, Kahawa Barracks, Githurai 45, Thika Town, SEction 9, Riverside Estate, Ngoingwa Estate, Maki Estate, Bendo Estate, Thika Greens||23,600||18,880|
|5||Kasarani, Zimmerman, Kestemil, Mount Laverna, Sportsview, Roysambu, Munene Estate, Kiboko, Makongeni, Isipe, Jacaranda Estate, Kiamumbi, Kahawa West, Chania Gardens||24,200||19,360|
|6||Safari Park, Eden Ville, Thindigua, Roasters, Green Garden, Thome, Ngumba Estate, Uchumi Jipange,G.S.U, Landless, Ridgeways, Garden Estate, Kiambu||26,400||20,900|
Juja Preparatory & Senior Schools offers of a stocked infirmary to look after the basic health and safety needs of our students. This is led by a professionally trained Registered Clinical Officer (RCO).
In the event of ill-health, the nurse will be right there. For more serious cases, parents will be notified and if needed, the nearest hospital is just a three minutes drive away.
Parents are urged to discuss any pre-existing health conditions, allergies or concerns about their child’s health with the school through the Registered Clinical Officer.
The school provides a group personal accident cover for all students. However, please provide details of your child’s medical cover to the administration.
We adhere to children’s rights and child protection protocols. All measures are in place to ensure safety in school.
This includes inside classrooms, science labs, the swimming pool, the Sports Academy and throughout the School. Safety is fundamental, comes first.
2020 Events Calendar
|Monday 6 th||Opening day|
|Thur 16 th||Joint Devotion (Students & Pupils only)|
|Saturday 25 th||New Parents Orientation|
|Saturday 8 th||Swimming Display|
|Friday 14 th||PP2 Trip to Wilson Airport|
|Monday 17 th||Mid Term Break|
|Monday 24 th||Return from Mid Term|
|Friday 28 th||PP1 Trip to Wilson Airport|
|Friday 6 th||KG1 Trip to Wilson Airport|
|Sunday 8 th||Family Worship|
|Saturday 28 th||Consultation Day|
|Tue 31 st||Start of End of Term Assessment|
|Mon 6 th – Fri 11 th||Holiday Fun Week|
|Tuesday 7 th||Closing Day|
|Mon 4 th||Opening Day|
|Thursday 14th||Joint Devotion|
|Friday 15 th||Library Day|
|Saturday 23 rd||Mater Heart Run|
|Friday 5 th||PP2 Trip to David Sheldrick|
|Monday 15 th||Start of Mid Term Break|
|Monday 22 nd||Return from Mid Term Break|
|Friday 26 th||PP1 Trip to David Sheldrick|
|Friday 3 rd||KG1 Trip to Giraffe Centre|
|Saturday 11 th||Sports Day|
|Tuesday 28 th||Start of End of Term Assessment|
|Tuesday 4 th||Closing Day|
|Monday 31 st||Opening Day|
|Thursday 10 th||Joint Devotion at the JSS|
|Friday 11 th||PP2 Trip to a Processing Plant|
|Friday 25 th||Book Fair PP1 & PP2|
|Wed 14 th – Fri 16 th||End of Term Exams|
|Wednesday 28 th||PP2 Graduation|
|Thursday 29 th||Closing Day|