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Saturday, 15 March 2014

Lariak Primary School holds prize giving day ceremony

By Robert Eyapan
Lariak Primary school held a price giving day ceremony on March 13, 2014. The colourful ceremony was graced by various stakeholders in the education sector who included Sipili and Ol-Moran Area Education Officers. The theme of the event was ‘Team work and devotion by all for a successful future’.
Pupils entertaining guests
Anastacia Mucheke, a teacher at the school gave an analysis of the school performance. Mucheke said that the performance of the school has been consistently improving.
Speaking during the event Sipili Division Area Education Officer (AEO), Peter Keru said that the core purpose of those in the education sector is to develop children.
Keru stressed the importance of team work which he said is vital for the school performance to improve. He said that their main objective is to ensure better score in Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE).
“Every team player should ensure that whatever is done should be for the success of the school. Let us keep emphasizing the importance of a child friendly school,” said Keru.
“People are happy when students perform well. We would like students to work hard and join secondary schools,” added Keru.
Peter Kariuki, Head Teacher Lariak Primary School said that there is a lot of hard work and dedication done by teachers at the school. Kariuki said that the kind of work that the teachers do without supervision is wonderful.
“I feel greatly honored and privileged to welcome each and every one of you to this great occasion of celebrating our success in various disciplines as Lariak Primary fraternity,” said Kariuki.
A teacher receiving her award
Kariuki said that the school has for the last five years been moving from strength to strength. The school mean score has been steadily going up while number of pupils joining secondary school has been on the rise.
Ol-Moran Division Area Education officer, Edward Omondi said that it is important for teachers to realize that their work is to ensure that they transfer knowledge to students. Omondi urged all teachers to make sure that they contribute towards making the school improve its performance.
“Set your target towards achieving your goals. You cannot succeed if you do not act. We hope next year when we come here we will be celebrating better results,” said Omondi.
Mr. Minjire who is the School Management Committee (SMC) Chairman congratulated the teachers for their good work. Minjire urged the teachers and pupils to continue working together to ensure that they post better results come next year.
Pupils who got above 300 marks in 2013 KCPE examination were rewarded. Also receiving gifts were top pupils per class, teachers in the school, best performing clubs in extracurricular activities, best teachers in subjects whose pupils performed well in KCPE as well as the school management committee members.

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