When our boarders are not engaged in classes or homework, there is a wide variety of other activities available to them.
All of our boarders and day students take a full part in our Primary Clubs, Sports, or Creative and Service activities programmes. Further details on these are given in the Co-curricular section of this website.
There are many sports facilities available to students:
- The swimming pool – open every afternoon and on weekends
- Two tennis courts – open at all times, but sometimes booked for tennis coaching
- Basketball courts – again available when not booked for coaching
- Volleyball courts
- Football pitches
- The indoor sports hall
- A weights room
- Music practice rooms
- Pool tables
- Board games
- Table tennis
- Mountain Bikes (Available For Boarders Only)
Some sports equipment is available in the boarding storeroom, and additional equipment may be signed out from the Physical Education (PE) storeroom.
For the times when a rest from sport is needed, students may make use of the library and computer room (hours vary, but are posted in the vicinity of these facilities).
Many students may wish to take advantage of the Outdoor Pursuits programme that organises weekend trips on Mt. Kilimanjaro and Mt. Meru as well as other visits to National Parks, and trekking areas. Since students are asked for a contribution towards the cost of such trips (which varies depending on the distance involved), those intending to participate should bring extra funds to school for this purpose (approximately $50 – $150 per trip).