Happy education, bright future…
This is the ethos of our Hayward’s Happy House School.
Our school provides an exciting, vibrant and high- achieving learning environment from pre-school to secondary school.
At all levels we provide a happy, caring and friendly environment in which each individual pupil is given positive encouragement to be the best that he or she can be.
Our schools, kindergarten, primary are situated on a dedicated site, We have library with an extensive selection of books, dvds etc, a deducated computer room with internet access which gives staff and pupils, under careful supervision, access to a virtual wealth of knowledge and information.. A science laboratory, the only one of its kind in the area, enhances theoretical teaching with practical experiments.
Our class sizes are small, with a maximum of 25 per class, which ensures that our experienced teachers can give every student the individual attention he or she r
equires.nd screen. We have a dedicated computer teacher.
Out of doors, there is an excellent play area and sports facilities available, We have a dedicated PE/sports teacher.
Happy House School has been developed by Sue Hayward and the charity she founded Children of Watamu. It is run on a not for profit basis which ensures that any surplus funds are used to improve and develop the project.
The school is well ordered, and pupils well behaved. We positively encourage the speaking of English, good manners, respect for other peoples’ feelings and needs, a respect for property and an attitude of self-discipline and trust. We encourage and
praise our children for what they do well in order to encourage positive self-esteem and growing self-confidence. Poor behaviour and attitudes are dealt with appropriately. Corporal punishment is not allowed under any circumstances.
Our school day:
All pupils start at 8am. The nursery school finishes at 3.30pm, and the primary school ends at 4pm.
School meals:School meals are fresh from our kitchen with plenty of nutritious vegetables and fruit grown in our gardens. Mid-morning snacks are provided and differ every day.
The school follows the Kenya Curriculum of Education 8-4-4 system, plus additional
subjects of French, computer studies and art. Lessons are delivered by well-trained and enthusiastic teachers committed to the highest standards. Volunteers from around the world share their talents to assist in school, on occasions, opening a window on a wider world for our children. They do so under the direction of our head and deputy head and work alongside our teaching staff
We also help prepare our children for future life from upper primary onwards by teaching life skills including gardening, cookery, sewing etc
Pupils come in from Watamu and the surrounding area and also from as far as Malindi. Transport is available at additional cost.
During school holidays, we hold holiday club with fun activities for children of all ages. Among these are nature walks, young farmers, cookery, computer games, football, sports, times tables, telling the time, swimming, reading and storytelling
Holiday club is run by our enthusiastic teachers an additional cost for the two weeks. This is a fun recreational club, not tuition.
If you are considering bringing your child to Happy House School your child is welcome to join in Holiday Club, to experience the Happy House Magic.
Fees, Uniform, Transport for 2015
Please contact the school office for details of school fees.
School uniform can be made and purchased at the Happy House.
Black shoes, black socks for boys and white socks for girls.
There is one time payment for books to cover the entire duration of a child's education at Happy House primary school
School transport is available at additional cost
We have a limited number of places remaining for new pupils.
For more information on our school, fees etc, please contact:
Telephone: 0714 263416or email firstname.lastname@example.org