Imagine swimming in a heated pool!
Don’t we just love our swimming days. We can never have enough of water….Talk of being relatives to fish.
Did we mention that our pool is heated? Yes to 30 degrees which ensures that the cold is far away from me when I am in the pool.
For this we do enjoy a great swim throughout the year even when July is freezing
Boy can my dad run! I had heard so, now I got to see him. He really pushed that tyre also.
Mum burst most of the balloons then carried me on her back and walked up to the finishing line and won. Had I missed that “beba-beba” by mum or what?
I am clearly taking after them. I won most of the races too including the potato race
I saw my teacher running and winning just like me.
That was great fun.
Her students remember her for all the lessons and life skills she has taught them, from blowing their noses, learning to feed themselves, toilet-training to learning how to read and write. She makes her students feel like they are the only student in class. We pray that God continues to strengthen her and that she will be at it for the longest.
We are truly grateful to God for making our first Christmas service a great success. Many thanks to the PHK team, parents and our lovely children for all the effort that went into making the day a success.
The parents, teachers and children were all dressed in beautiful and bright Christmas outfits.
Was Santa a welcome surprise or what? He came with all our children’s wished gifts and goodies.
We thank God for seeing us through the festive seasons and for the blessing of a new year. We are humbled at the number of pupils who are continuing to enrol.
We opened the school with 5 children on the morning of 6th Jan 2016. This year January 2017 we opened with 45+. We are forever grateful to God for the opportunity to be a blessing to these children and the many others that shall be entrusted unto us; we commit to make each an exceptional child for tomorrow
You have never experienced a special ride if you have not been on our Dorry the loveliest horse. Her rides are therapeutic and fun. We do it in a safe environment and wear helmets while riding on her. Oh and have you seen a horse in shoes? Ours wears some because we mind her precious hooves.
The best thing that happened after slice bread is Uncle Mwaka and Dan’s rides to and from school. They help to pick our children from home to school and back hence, our children do not have to be on the road at 5:00am with their parents as they beat the Nairobi jam.
Our Van rides are safe and the assistants are gentle and kind to the children and all work together to ensure that they arrive to school and back home safely and on time.
Say big five.
It was such great fun watching the elephants feed on baby bottles like us when we were babies.
It was even greater experience touching a live elephant with my hand.
Now I look forward seeing a real lion!