PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE

  


PRINCIPAL “Our children may learn about the heroes of the past. Our task is to make ourselves the architects of the future” (Jomo Kenyatta)

This strategic plan is developed under the direction of the board of governors with wide consultation with all stakeholders, including parents, teachers, students, local leaders and sponsors.

Developing the strategic plan is a tool that will help the school to achieve its mission. It will highlight programs that support the use of all the resources so that the school prepares the students to be responsible citizens.

The strategic plan will help the stake holders to enhance result based management and efficiency in its operation, thus it will help the school to aim at achieving its goals.

The 2012 – 2017 strategic plan is a road map that will guide and direct the efforts of all stakeholders of Nyakiambi Girls’ Secondary school. It has set goals and objectives which are vital in sparing the school to higher heights.

The school has a variety of resources which includes qualified staff, visionary leadership, transport facilities, conducive learning environment and much more parents who are responsible and committed to education.

This strategic plan will facilitate the allocation of financial and material resources to the key areas. These critical areas include management and leadership, infrastructure and school facilities and curriculum organization and implementation.

This road map is a pillar of quality education. It will help keep project activities on schedule, measure progress towards set objectives and discover trends and patterns in the school. On behalf of all the stakeholders, I wish to express my sincere gratitude to all who have participated in this noble task of strategic planning.

In realization of this plan, I plan to appeal to all stakeholders to honor their obligations which will be highly needed for the implementation of this strategic plan.

 

 

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Historical background Nyakiambi girls started in 1968 as a mixed secondary school and became a girls’ only school in 1988.

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