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Mairiva's Visit to Partner School Katedral Skolan , Skara Sweden
In May / June 2011 a group of Students and Staff from Mairiva Secondary School , embarked on a to trip to visit Mairiva's Partner School Katedral Skolan ( Skara Cathedral School ) in Skara, Sweden.The Trip Began on Monday 23th May 2011 and concluded on Friday 3rd of June 2011 .
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About the School:
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The school currently has 30 Teachers and 670 students (September 2010), the plan is for the school to have 1000 students and improve the Teacher to Student ratio further.
PCM (Pysics, Chemistry, Mathematics)
PCB (Physics, Chemistry, Biology)
PGM (Physics, Geography and Mathematics)
CBG (Chemistry, Biology and Greography)
Other Subjects compuilsury to above combinations
Pre form five.
In addition the school provides Pre Form Five programme for students who want to re sit form IV National Exams. This enables them to qualify to sit for fom six national exams.
Our Main source of funding is school fees which covers operational costs, the bulk of development costs are now supported by bank loans which are basically short time loans. This underlines a need for your support in order to keep fees low and direct the bulk of it to operational costs only in this way ensuring a high quality education and students welfare.
The School shall is under the management of the school board be responsible for the operation and growth of the school. The school board is in turn reporting to the Board of directors of the forming company.
The teaching staff is a cross section from one PHD, some Masters, Many University graduates, Diplomas and a few form six as tutorial assistants under a competent professional supervision.
You can get more information about the school by reading into the self explanatory downloads, as pointed out above the joining instructions contains about all you need to know to enter and live at the school.
|Last Updated ( Monday, 06 June 2011 12:20 )|