Leadership & Governance

 

School Governance

There is a formal Board of Management, which is responsible for the strategic development of the School and offers scrutiny and support to the school leadership. The Board which consists of members of the Ngini family and the headmaster, meets approximately 8 times a year and also incorporates a number of subcommittees in crucial areas of school operations. Day to Day operational management of the School is the full responsibility of the Senior Management Team, which comprises the Headmaster, Neil David Page, the Deputy Heads, John Muchomba and Phine Kabii and the School Bursar/Director of Business Administration, Jean Kamau. The school operates an “open door” policy i.e., if you have any concerns or queries then, please approach the relevant member of staff through the Headmaster’s PA at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Board of Directors

Mrs Leah Ngini -Director, Chairperson of governors- Owner
Jean Kamau- Director
Carolla Ohaga- Director

Estate Manager

Mr. Paul Vincent

 


 Heads of Schools


Mr. Page graduated from the University of Surrey (SMUC) with a BSc Comb. (Hons) in Geography and Sports Science, as well as a PGCE in Secondary Geography. He then went on to chart a teaching career spanning 19 years to date. Two years were spent at Archbishop Tenison’s Secondary School, London. Moving overseas in August 2000, the next 3 years were spent at Peponi House Preparatory School in Nairob

i, Kenya where he was Head of Department for both Geography and Religious Education, was actively involved in Boys’ rugby and hockey, an active trip leader, as well as being an enthusiastic member of the staff choir.

After Peponi House, Mr. Page joined Braeburn School in the Gitanga Road, Lavington Campus and was there for 9 years. Whilst there he was Head of a number of Departments; Geography, Development Studies, Religious Studies and Outdoor Education some roles spanning across Preparatory and Secondary School Level.

Mr. Page then went on to join the British International School in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia as the Secondary School Headmaster. He spent 2 years in Ethiopia and from there he moved to Tenby International School in Ipoh, Malaysia as Headteacher of the Secondary School, where again he served also for two years. Mr. Page is married to Juliette, his wife of some 12 years, and they have two children, Nathaniel and Niamh, both of who are students in St. Christopher’s. With his Kenyan family, Mr. Page has long established roots in Kenya and a dozen years of experience working within schools in Nairobi.

Holds two degrees in the field of Education; Bachelor of Philosophy in Education (BPhil. Ed) from The University of Warwick and Bachelor of Education Arts in English and Literature (B.Ed. Arts) from Maseno University. She also has a Master’s Degree in Communication Studies from The University of Nairobi.

Anne has over ten years’ experience in teaching having started off as a trainee teacher at Braeburn School. She later worked as the Director of Studies at Braeside School for seven years. At Braeside, Anne led the staff as the Chair of the Curriculum Committee during the School’s successful CIS (Council of International Schools) accreditation. She also has training in CIS School inspection.

Anne has a firm grasp of the British National Curriculum and how it should be dispensed across the primary range. She believes in ensuring that the experiences that the children have at school are not only meaningful and impactful in all areas of their lives but also memorable.

I believe that as an early childhood educator I am responsible for providing toddlers and young children with positive learning experiences. I strive to model respect, patient, and care for children and adults I come in contact with. Children have the right to have their needs met and receive the proper education while in the care of their caregivers.

Children are motivated to learn when they have opportunities to make choices in an environment that is enriching and stimulating. Children are curious from infancy and have a desire to learn from their environment and those around them.


Deputy Head of Schools

John Muchomba –Deputy Head teacher, Academics
Phine Kabii – Deputy Head teacher,Pastoral- Secondary School
Irene Kamau - Head of Pastoral, Preparatory School

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