On 8th June the school held its annual sports day, which takes place every last Saturday of June. This exciting event draws together learners, teachers, staff, parents, neighboring schools and the community members for a day of fun and sporting. Among the crowd pullers were the challenging sack race combined with other activities such as balancing a hardboiled egg on a desert spoon in one’s ...
The new classroom wing and dormitory wings are nearly completed, just in time for the upcoming classes. We continue to grow and to provide a top education for the vulnerable children of the Busia District of Western Kenya.
Cornerstone Project has funded a home for the head master on the proper to increase the security to the children. We have also funded the expansion of the kitchen and a new classroom wing and dormitory wing thanks to your generous donations.
Thanks to the generosity of the Federico Foundation we now have computers for the Nambale Magnet School! Now that we have the new computers we can also start implementing the computer and software education programs for students.
It is with great regret that we announce the passing of the remarkable Lady Yolanda Joseph. She will never be forgotten. She gave the Nambale Magnet School a big start, and even in her passing, shines down on our work. Rest in Peace sweet Lady Joseph.
Cornerstone Project recently funded computers and computer education for the children of the Nambale Magnet School. Taking our learners into the computer age! Next we are looking for donations to expand the kitchen facility.
VIDEO – A group of students set to raise awareness about a Non-profit school in Kenya who provide education to orphans and others in Africa by doing a flash mob in their School at the University of New Haven.