Wednesday, 29 January 2014

School report: Top marks for pupils

Happy House manager Madam Rose brings us some exciting news this week.
Happy House pupils are shining academically.
In the Malindi District Watamu mock examination results our children have excelled in the score sheets  nine boys and 12 girl have come out as best top ten pupils.
Our pupils are still shining in academics. Malindi District Watamu Zone Mock results are out. 9 boys and 12 girls are shinning in the score sheets as the best top ten pupils.
Best boys in the zone were  Kakithi Kyanbi (Francis)Griffins Ochieng, John Kalume, Maxwell Deche, Robert Kadenge, Epa Sanita, Evans Chengo, and Jacob Iha.
 Best girls in the zone: Teresia Paul, Nikki Mawia, Rihana Kimberly, Habiba Abdalla, Amanda Thawabu, Jane Juma, Shakila Saidi, Mercy Karisa, Janet Medza, Margret Kenga, and Grace Iha
Pupils from our school excelled in subject areas and overall. Francis, for instance, came top boy out of 2350 in his year!
The results we are gaining reinforce the importance to take the education we offer at Happy House primary school through to secondary level when the time comes.

It is always good to work with a director who cares about people.
Mama Sue likes to make sure that all those who work here have a smile on their faces.
We teachers certainly have a reason to smile in our smart new Happy House shirts,
Mama decided it was time for us all to have new shirts and chose a bright red in line with our school colours.
"We teachers certainly have a reason to smile in our smart new Happy House shirts,"
" Names of those children who are members of our Happy House family are in italic.