3RD TERM Week 10 Newsletter

22nd June 2018

The week has been a very busy one with End of Year Tests being administered to the students. We also had two major events in which the students were still able to accomplish to the highest standards.


BKIS was not left behind in marking the World Music Day yesterday, instead we did it in  style. Our boys and girls who have been taking various musical instrument lessons show cased their skills during the tea time concert. It was encouraging to see participants as young as FS1 students confidently perform in front of the school audience.




Our annual Swimming Gala as usual pitched the arch rivals Tilapia Vs Perch houses yet again to another competitive mood. The warm weather of Kisumu was favourable for the teams to show case their aquatic skills acquired throughout the academic year. True to the BKIS team spirit, each house did their best to field confident participants in each event. It was very encouraging to see the students able to swim all the strokes with the required techniques. At the end of the event, the determination of the winning house was done through computation of cumulative points from each house. This year, the competition was so tight that the points difference was just 16! And the winning house this academic year is PERCH! 

Association of International Schools in Africa
Council of British International Schools (Compliance Member)
GL Education Assessment Excellence
Cambridge International Examinations
Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music