Sunday, 27 November 2016

Our aim, to be the best - by Nasri

Helping Papa to unload the new text books for Form 2, and getting them catalogued in our school library has been a pleasure for scholarship student Nasri.
He can't wait for January to come when he will be one of the first students to use them!
And he is grateful to every one of you who has donated to our Buy a Book Appeal to cover the £2,000 outlay for the text book and teaching manuals required for the 13 subjects on the Kenya curriculum at Form 2.
And here, on behalf of his fellow students, Nasri Juma says thank you: 
Am very happy today to write this blog,
 I would like to thank and congratulate all sponsors and friends for their wonderful efforts which they have given out. 
We have completed our end term three exam and now we are looking forward to move to the next class, Form 2.
 Mama Sue and Papa Dave have  bought text book for all us and I am very glad for that. It means a lot.
 Now our main aim is to focus in our academic studies and be the best, not in the county but in the all country.
 I thank all who have contributed their wages to buy these wonderful texts books.
You are making our future bright.
If you would like to buy a book and help take us to our target, please go to:


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