Positive use of Technology! So-Young leads others in computer studies.asdasd
One on one instructions given by dedicated staff in one of the top classes at the Junior Schoolasdasd
Students display the value of accurate measurements in conducting experiments.asdasd
Intense concentration during a computer lesson in our fully equipped computer lab at the School.asdasd
Year 1 boys and girls after ecstatic a competitive spelling lesson.asdasd
Excited Early Year children enjoying playing on the merry-go-round in the school play field.asdasd
A-Level students celebrate the Northern Africa culture (Sudanese dance) during a past Cultural day.asdasd
St Austins Academy was founded in 1970 by Academic Services Limited as part of a programme to establish centres of academic excellence in Kenya. Founded by the first African Director of Education following independence, the Academy was a deliberate attempt to break the segregated educational systems of the day and offer a truly integrated programme.
The original vision has been extended so as to provide a values-based programme for the complex, international
world into which our students are entering.
The St. Austin’s Academy Pre-Primary caters for children from the age of 2 years. It has its own play area and specialist teachers and, in addition, each Pre-Primary class has a Teaching Assistant....learn more
The Primary curriculum is based on the British National Curriculum, but also includes appropriate material drawn from other National Curricula. Teachers make use of a wide range of textbooks and materials from the U.K, local and international sources, as well as the Academy’s own resource material....learn more
The lower secondary course of study is based around Key Stage Three of the British National curriculum. Students entering year 7 will be externally assessed at the end of year 9 in English, Mathematics, Science and ICT. Assessment will be done through the Standard Attainment Tests (SATs)....learn more