Desks Project For Royal Community Learning Center,Ruai
Royal Community Learning Center, Ruai
The Royal Community Learning Centre, School originated from the idea of two individuals from their tuition partnership. This thereafter culminated to a big idea of forming a CBO majoring in education, with regular Kenyan curriculum covering the 8.4.4 Syllabi at secondary level, an area they always had a passion in. In an effort to empower students academically, reduce poverty level and ensure that the school going age access the basic education, the two of which the country has been struggling with and took centre stage in the MDGs as well as in the Vision 2030; this ideology was also meant to create employment opportunity, as all of us know the plight of unemployment in this country.
The school offers secondary syllabus coverage and embraces the enrollment of young adults who still have the thirst for education, and due to one or two reason(s) never got the chance to have the K.C.S.E certificate, many of whom have been identified among the environs. It is expected to be a busy academic excellence centre with normal routine learning school days, and over the holidays, it will serve as a tuition centre for both the Royal students and those from other schools.
The school is aimed at improving the education of less privileged students in the establishing estate of Chokaa, In Ruai. The school targets the populace of the low-income earners of the informal settlement of Chokaa, as well as improving the literacy of the middle class population, whom for one reason or the other, never got the opportunity to go through secondary education, as already mentioned.
It is a sad realization that the majority of the students from this target area go far in search of affordable schools and most of them jump into moving-lorries ferrying sand as a means of transport. This equally endangers their lives. Coupled with the absence of proper secondary facilities to offer quality education in this competitive world, The Royal Community Learning Centre, School was born, focused to bridge this gap and ensure the solutions to these challenges identified, are far reached.
The desks in April 2016 Chairs In December 2016
Our first visit to this school presented a dim environment , with few students and even fewer desks in the three classes occupying the small piece of land the school sits on. Shaboard donated 20 chairs and is looking forward to getting more to get every pupil seated comfortably.