Consolata School Celebrates 50 years of existence

"There is so much to celebrate during
the school's 50th Golden Jubilee"

Dear Alumni and friends of Consolata School
2017 will be significant to our school history as it marks the 50th year since foundation. There will be so much to celebrate and it will be an opportunity for our school community to remember, reminisce and be proud of our accomplishments and achievements.

In its history, Consolata has provided the students with opportunities, educational resources, and programs to grow in faith, to learn and achieve academically, to develop talents and skills in extracurricular activities and to serve the community.

Over the years the school has been always committed to providing the present and future students with the very best in educational instruction, facilities, equipment and programs.

Kindly join us in celebrating our 50th anniversary and may God bless our school as it strives to form morally upright, academically excellent, gentle mannered young men and women.


Caroli Ouma Ogeda IMC

50 Years Celebration Messages from the Senior Teachers

 Ms. Grace Murianki Deputy PrincipalRead Full Message  Bi. K. Chege - Senior Teacher
Secondary SectionRead Full Message
 Mr. J. Keya - Senior Teacher Upper PrimaryRead Full Message  Ms. Rosalia Fernandes         Lower PrimaryRead Full Message

Consolata School takes pride in its educational facilities as physical surroundings have a significant impact on student achievement and the delivery of effective programs. The school operates and maintains its buildings in a fiscally responsible manner, taking into account student and staff safety, facility condition, the environment, community use, student populations and educational models. The school has plans to renovate the classrooms,…
1. Books/CopiesParents receive the class text booklist at the end of the year and are called upon to cover all books with clear film and label each book with their son/daughter's name. For exercise books the school has book covers with school details for parents who are interested. 2. School BagIt is recommended that you buy a bag large enough to carry…
The BoardThe board of the school responsible for most decision making in the school. It is made of a team of elected Consolata Missionaries who monitor the activities of Consolata Missionaries in Kenya and Uganda and a group of experts who advise them accordingly. PrincipalThe Principal is responsible for all areas of educational leadership. This includes the education and welfare of all…
With the enrollment in the school increasing the need for more space became apparent and brought about the idea of the new wing of the school. The new wing with a hall, computer lab, office, play area, shades and classes is joyfully being used by the intermediate, pre-unit and class one childrenIt is indeed a great blessing and gift from God as…
The school is divided into subunits called 'houses' and each student is allocated to one house at the moment of enrollment. The house system allows our students to have an opportunity to interact with students from all grade levels and increases opportunities for student leadership. It allows students to participate in a variety of activities that are non-academic and is a great…
Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited while imagination embraces the whole world. (Albert Einstein) Imagination is the fertile soil in which every human achievement has germinated. It has been the source of every human achievement in human history. In the field of literature, just consider Ngugi wa Thiongo, Francis Imbuga, Chinua Achebe etc. In Science, think of Newton,…
At Consolata the teaching staff assume a wide range of roles to support school and student success. They act as resource providers recommending relevant learning materials and assessments tools, they are subject and curriculum specialists understanding content standards, how various components of the curriculum link together, and how to use the curriculum in planning instruction and assessment thus ensuring consistent curriculum implementation…
During our school year, there are a number of events that help build the foundation for partnerships with families. To engage with the families the following days are important to remember: Back to school Day Sports Day Swimming Gala Day Talents Day Open Day Science Fair Consolata Day Prize Giving Day Nursery Concert Day Ash Wednesday Walks Parents teachers consultation days
Our school support staff include a variety of staff members who provide specialized instructional support as well as support to students while they utilize school facilities. They play an important role in ensuring students are learning in a safe and supportive learning environment. They foster positive, trusting relationships with students and because students connect with them on many occasions throughout the school…
Consolata School was born in 1967, named after Our Lady Consolata – the Mother of Jesus Christ, the consolation of the afflicted. Established in 1967 with one class in standard one. In 1969, there was no space for an office as classes occupied the three room cottage that belonged to the Consolata Fathers. The Consolata Fathers then decided to build something new.…
Sports and Physical EducationOne of the most significant responsibilities we have as a school and as educators is to give Consolata Children a strong foundation on which to build a full and active life. Physical activity for children has been linked to positive self-esteem, skill development, skeletal and cardiovascular health, and general healthy development. Our students spend a considerable amount of time…
As a school whose mission is to form morally upright young men and women, to celebrate the 50th Anniversary we will continue emphasizing to our students the following moral virtues: Obedience (respecting legitimate authority and rules), Sincerity (truth-telling with charity and prudence), Orderliness (being organized and using time well); Fortitude, perseverance, industriousness, patience, responsibility, justice, and generosity; Modesty (respect for one's own…
Senior teachers are an integral part of the school leadership team and their role is to support the principal and deputy principal(s) in leading and managing the school. They are accountable to the principal for the provision of leadership in their specific curriculum area including educational programs, learning outcomes, student welfare, staff welfare, development and management, school and community partnerships and other…
'Science is more than a school subject, or the periodic table, or the properties of waves. It is an approach to the world, a critical way to understand and explore and engage with the world, and then have the capacity to change that world..."President Barack Obama, March 23, 2015 The country needs a workforce that is highly skilled and innovative, especially in…

Consolata School 1st Term 2017 Calender of Activities

  1. Nursery
  2. Primary
  3. Secondary
January 3rd: Teachers preparation day

January 4th: School re-opens

January 5th: New babies reporting

February 23rd: Open day

Feb 24th – Feb 27th: Mid – term

February 28th: All report back to School

March 11th: Sports day

March 30th: Nursery Mass

April 5th – 6th: Report writing

April 7th: School closing day

April 27th –28th: Staff preparation days

January 3rd: Teachers Preparation Day

January 4th: School re-opens

January 9th: STD 8 Parents/Teachers meeting

January 13th: Prefects’ Induction Mass

January 21st: STD 8 Seminar

January 16th – 18th: Common Tests

February 4th: Prefects’ Seminar

February 16th – 17th: Oral Exams

February 18th: STD 5 Parents’ Day

February 21st – 23rd: Mid – Term Exams

February 24th – 27th: Mid – Term break

February 28th: All report back to school

March 11th: Sports Day

March 18th:/ STD 1 / 7 Parents’ Day

March 23rd – 24th: Oral Exams

March 31st, April 3rd, 4th: Exams

April 5th and 6th: Marking Days

April 7th: School closes at 12 noon

January 3 rd: Staff preparation day

January 4th:School re-opens

January 13th:Prefects induction mass

January 14th:Form 4 Parents’ Meeting

Jan 16th – 18th:C.A.T. 1 January

21st:Parents/Teachers/Form 1–4 & Std. 8 students Seminar

February 3 rd: Form 1 Parents’ orientation

February 4th:Form 2 and Form 3 Parents’ Meeting

Feb 21st – 23rd:C.A.T. 2

Feb 24th – 27th:Form 4 Trip

Feb 24th – 27th:Mid-term

Feb 27th :All report back to school

March 4th:Form 3 Trip

March 10th:School Annual Sports day

Mar 22nd – Apr 4th :Form 4 Pre-mock & Form 3 Exams

March 27th – 4th:End of Term Exam for Form 1&2

April 5th – 6th:Marking Days

April 7th:School closes at noon

Memories - Consolata in 1970s

More Memories about Consolata

House System

Transport system

Teaching Staff

Fostering Talents

New Wing

Physical Fitness

Prayer and Reflection

School Facility

Senior Teachers

Stem Initiative

Support Staff

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