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The idiom ‘’all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy “hold true even for
the young learners. Sport whether team based or individual,are great for
children as they provide not just physical activity but also help build
children’s self esteem ,confidence and social skills and motivate them to
excel in life. In recognition of the importance of sports in a child’s
life KSC Nursery school holds sports day every year which falls in second
term. It is an inter houses   competition that Mt Kilimanjaro (red) Mt

Kenya Science Campus Sports Grounds
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Prof. Winson Akala, Dean School of Education, during the ceremony.


Graduation Square, Main Campus
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First year registration commenced on 4th September at Kenya Science Campus with the new system of biometric capture. The students arrived very early in the morning as usual. The exercise began at 8.30am. The students were required to clear with the accounts section to confirm their payment of tuition fees then proceed to accommodation, then submission of admission documents and finally the biometric section for capture of their bio data.

Staff Common Room, Kenya Science Campus
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Director ICT, Mr. Chistopher Moturi (Second right) explaining the importance of the kit. Looking on is Prof. S. Kiama (Third right) Prof. Isaac Jumba, College Principal.


Kenya Science Campus
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