Term1, 2022 Closing Ceremony

Parental empowerment and engagement in the learning process is essential to the learner’s growth and development.

We held a successful end of term one, 2022 Parents Meeting to officially launch the new classrooms, new play equipments and New School Van.

Kenya has embraced a Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) to increase skills development and instil values in the learner. Parental empowerment and engagement in the learning process is essential to the learner’s growth and development. As a parent, you are the first educator, trainer and source of authority for your child.

Our 2022 Term One Closing Ceremony was both insightful and very engaging!.
No School can scale the heights without Deep Conversations with Parents and Partners in the Journey. We were challenged by our Guest Rev Joyce Tonui from Isaiah 54:2 ““Enlarge the place of your tent, stretch your tent curtains wide, do not hold back; lengthen your cords, strengthen your stakes.” to Enlarge, Lengthen and Expand!. To our Chief Guest Jacquee Koech – Assistant Director, Quality Assurance and Standards (ADQAS) – MOE – Kericho County, Thank you inspiring us to Excellence.
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” -Nelson Mandela.



  • Jane Kalondu
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    Awesome job to the entire Frontier Pioneer Family.

  • Bildad Achoki
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    Good work, the sky is not the limit

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    What strategies were discussed during the Parents Meeting to promote parental empowerment in supporting their child’s educational journey?

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