The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examinations (KCSE) started on 15th Oct and ended on 5th Nov 2015. Gundua Day Secondary School had a total of 51 students, 27 boys and 24 girls sitting for the exams.We wish them success.
Using a simplified drip irrigation system that is highly efficient in utilising available water, we have initiated a school kitchen garden.
The garden is expected to 1) provide essential vegetables to the school feeding regime. 2) act as a demonstration on how best to utilise scarce water while producing food. 3) act as a learning plot for students undertaking agriculture as an examinable subject.
We have just started and will progressively up-scale this.
10 form 3 students accompanied Peter Kiogora at Strathmore University during the national Mathematics contest.
The students were accompanied by 2 teachers who teaches mathematics Mr. Munene front row and Mr. Khisa standing in the photo.
Mr. Khisa is an employee of Gundua Foundation while Mr. Munene is employed by the government.