Kiota School prides itself with providing an environment where learners thrive, we provide interesting activities as well as stimulating lessons. We see Kiota providing a progressive approach to education, following the local system whilst having an international outlook.
At the centre of our approach is to provide a nurturing and Biblically based learning environment that helps the little ones encounter God and learn Christian Principles from early on.
7th January 2020
Mid Term Date
17th – 21st February 2020
8th April 2020
We seek to be the leading, innovative learning institution that nurtures young minds to make the world a better place! Our vision, as esconed in our school motto is Alte Vola (meaning Fly High in Latin)
We offer co-curricular activities such as ballet, piano, taekwondo among others to help grow children holistically. Social and emotional well-being facilitates absorption of formally taught content.
Kiota School offers an integrated curriculum that borrows from different systems; allowing educators to use different proven methods to assist students achieve exemplary results in their learning process.
In this day and age where we often unfortunately burden young children with high expectations when it comes to school work, learning new things or mastering skills, here are some highlights of the 10 ways you can enhance a child’s learning abilities: 1. Singing Singing apart from being fun, is important to children’s learning. On […]READ MORE
What is the Full Armor of God? Eph. 6:10-18 The Belt of Truth In Bible times soldiers had a leather girdle or belt tightened about their waist to carry weapons of warfare, such as a dagger or sword. The belt also held their tunic together. In Christian armor, it is integrity that holds everything else […]READ MORE
Children often learn and grow from what they see others do, but they can also benefit from what they are encouraged to do. A child’s mind can be likened to an empty box, whatever is loaded there is what they absorb. It is therefore the responsibility of the parent or guardians to understand how they […]READ MORE