About Peponi School
Situated in the Republic of Kenya, Peponi School is an educational establishment for girls and boys from aged sixth through to sixth form. The international school was founded in 1989 as a mainstream, all-through, independent school, with a sixth form. The students are able to sit the GCSE exams at the age of 16 and the A-level exams when they are 17 and 18 years old. The school follows the British National Curriculum.
Values and Vision
Peponi School’s mantra is: ‘A school of many nations, a family of one came as a result of a competition held among the first Peponi pupils when the school was still in its infancy’. The hope of the school is to make sure all students achieve excellent academic results. They should show enthusiasm throughout their time at the school. Personal development is also encouraged. This is why the school pushes students to take part in extra-curricular activities. These activities include sports, hockey, swimming, football and tennis. The students can also participate in vegetable growing, pottery classes, prop making club and arts and crafts. The hope is for the students to develop new skills and make memories that will last a lifetime as a result of the enjoyment they have from attending the school. It encourages students and teachers to follow Christian values. But also teaches them to be tolerant of other religions to make sure everyone in the diverse society they live within feels welcome and valued.
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