Nairobi Primary School

History:

Nairobi Primary School is one of the oldest schools in Nairobi.

It was started as a Junior school for the Nairobi School which was a senior boys school (Prince of Wales School), and the senior girls school (Kenya High School).

Nairobi Primary School is located in Westlands constituency in Kilimani . The school is part of the Nairobi district in the Nairobi province of Kenya

Nairobi Primary School is a Mixed Day & Boarding school. The school is sponsored by The Central Government. The School Institution Type is classified as – Ordinary . This Primary School in Kenya has an enrollment of 1627 with a student teacher ratio of 31.3 and this means there is 50.8 pupils per classroom in 32 classrooms. There are a total of 34 Government of Kenya Teachers at this school.

Mission:

To develop a holistic child by providing quality education, as we promote creativity, innovation and spiritual nourishment, to empower the child in realizing their God given potential.

Address:

P.O. BOX 30053-00100

Nairobi, Westlands, Nairobi Area, Kenya, Mamlaka Road.

Participation in Digital Essay Competition:

2014: 8 entries

7 thoughts on “Nairobi Primary School”

  1. I was in Nairobi Primary School from 1975 to 1981. Do you maintain an alumni list of students for each years graduating class.

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