This is quality holistic education i.e. the formation of a human person with like skills ready to solve the unemployment problem. These persons are expected to be creative, competitive, interactive and self sustaining.
We offer spiritual support to all learners in our institutions irrespective of religious affiliation. Our schools are inclusive and ensure child friendly environment without discrimination based on religion, politics, or economic income. We monitor implementation of religious functions and advise schools on how to handle religious affairs.
We ensure that our teachers up grade and also enroll for short courses that improve on their pedagogical skills. The issue of child centered approach is on the forefront, where we ensure child participatory approach, creativity and self-research. With this approach our children become proactive and ready to face academic challenges. We also promote leadership skills among teachers and learners by provision of awareness workshops.
Fundraising for Schools
As a foundation body, we do make fundraising development for education and development by lobbying from government, well-wishers, and donors and our parents. Out of this we are able to support the real rural poor schools with infrastructure, textbooks, and bursaries, among others.
We offer support towards the needy/orphans and talented students to further their education by providing school fees free admission in our schools. We also look for donors interested in paying school fees to the needy/orphaned students.
We collaborate with several universities and higher institutions of learning in search for bursaries for teachers who wish to upgrade.
In order to ensure quality education, we offer trainings for adequate teaching and effective management. Our inspectors make support supervision/inspection and advice on promoting good standards in our schools.
Our inspection department ensures that schools are regularly supervised, properly licensed, registered and operate in accordance with the government education act. The department monitors the implementation of the curriculum and professional development of teachers, and thereafter advise the education secretary.
Diocesan Education Week
In order to promote co-curricular activities, we ensure that schools compete annually in sports, music, dance and drama. Competitions start from the parish level up to the diocesan level and the winners are awarded with prizes. The categories of institution that participate in the competions include:
Primary schools in UPE programme
Primary schools on private programme
Post primary schools and tertiary level
To ensure academic standards, we set and mark mock examinations at different levels. This helps our learners to check on their performance before the final national examinations. There is an examination board in charge of this activity.