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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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The school facilities and operations are to ensure that the following promises to the parents and students are fulfilled
We therefore provide the following facilities
1. Computer Lab
2. Chemistry & Biology Lab
School Complex -
Currently it is a four storey building with 24 classes per Storey, with adequate toilet facilities. The ratio of toilets to classes exceeds the the minimum requirement by the ministry of education. On completion one wing shall have five levels and the other four levels with a total of 72 standard class sized rooms. Enough for Girls Dormitories, Class rooms, Offices, Library, Computer lab and Science Laboratories.
8 dormitories for girls (at the school compound) , eight more rooms are on advanced stages of completion at the main campus to receive an expanded A- Level intake classes and dormitories in march 2010 as well as increasing more space and comfort for the current communit.
14 dormitories for boys (in another property five minutes walk away), The new multipurpose hall is was commissioned mid February 2009
Dormitories are clean, well ventilated and each student is given an individual bed (i.e no sharing), There is a patron and a matron with living quarters among the students
The whole school and its facilities have a tall block wall fence.
To supplement public utilities we have bought two stand by generators and dug two deep wells one at each campus.
2009 we also saw commissioning of two science laboratories, a reading room and a computer lab. Form four science students sat for a real practical National Examination.
More facilities are being constructed to cope with our growth and improvement.
Eastern type Western chamber units, urinals & wash basins.
There are five meal sessions per day, Breakfast, 10:00 tea, Lunch, 16:00tea and Supper, Boarding Students sit in all of them while the day scholars are getting the second and third only.
Special requirements are also catered for, like in the Muslim holy month of Ramadan ( in 2008 it coincided with September), we had special arrangements for fasting Muslim students to get their special breakfast (at sunset), they then join the usual supper and have their hot daku after midnight.
|Last Updated ( Monday, 06 June 2011 12:52 )|