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Kenyatta Primary School closed for the August break on Thursday in style after the new school management decided to do it differently, this time motivating the best performing pupils in all classes with gifts. The school, whose KCPE ratings has continued to rise over the recent times, was ranked No.5 in Thika Sub-County, with the first pupil scoring 389 Marks in last years KCPE Exam.

 Present to grace the occasional and give moral support, was Mia Afrika Sacco Chairman, Sam Chege, whose Sacco donated a Newspaper In Schools (NiP) Program which will see the School receive 16 Assorted Newspapers every week from Nation Media.The Program is aimed at helping the learners develop skills that will improve their command in linguistics, both orally and in written form. 

Mc Sam, as he is widely known on Social Media, said that the School would receive about 64 Newspapers per Month to give the upper classes a nudge in English and Kiswahili. He urged the parents to take a more Central role in their children's education, as requested them to visit the school more frequently so that they understand the environment in which their children spent time most of their days in a week. 

Those pupils who performed well in all class levels were awarded with prizes, a practice which the management has vowed will continue in the many future terms ahead. 

The School recently received paint from Jungle Nut Foundation which will be used to make a facelift before next term commences in September. 

" I would like to see all Schools in Kamenu Ward receive facelifts and motivation Programs for pupils and even Teachers in the long run. This will enhance learning and definitely bring better results", Concluded Chege.

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