School Strategic Plan

  

The Nyagowa Lutheran Mixed Secondary School Strategic Plan was developed by a committee comprising: 

  1. Mr. Edwin Owino
  2. Dr. Elias Ooko
  3. Mr. Onyango Samwel
  4. Mrs. Adede Roselyne
  5. Miss Regina Mbuoro

 

Special thanks to all the B.O.M and P.A. members, teachers, students, Education officials and the school’s stakeholders for their invaluable contribution.

 

This Plan will be a source of reference for the staff and other stakeholders, for it indicates the direction for development and a pointer for action and evaluation for school improvement.

 

Broader Strategic Plan Committee

 

  1. Mr. Vincent Kodiko
  2. Dr. Elias Ooko
  3. Mr. Edwin Owino
  4. Mr. Onyango S. Oliech
  5. Mrs. Philgona Nyaoke
  6. Mrs. Adede Roselyne
  7. Mr. Edward Achilla
  8. Mr. Isaac J. Owuor
  9. Master David Kuka

10.  Miss Elizabeth Nyakiti

  

2.1 PROBLEM STATEMENT

 

From a humble beginning in 2003, Nyagowa Lutheran Mixed Secondary School has seen tremendous increase in student and staff population.  Over time, this has outstripped the existing and new physical facilities that have been put up in due course.  The problem has further been compounded by the poor fees payment by parents and guardians that has eroded the school’s financial resource base.  This has caused unnecessary financial constraints in school expenditure.

 

The school corporate culture has also been greatly affected.  Due to the Boda Boda menace, drug and substance abuse, inadequate parental support in some cases as a result of HIV/AIDS early marriages and illicit pregnancies, there has been an increase in truancy by some students and staff.  

 

Apart from the infrastructure being inadequate for the school population, some physical facilities are dilapidated and therefore require urgent renovation.

 

The aforesaid has made it difficult for the school to achieve its vision and mission; to provide quality and all round education for excellence  performance, and, to inculcate the virtues of life that enhance full development of a person through provision of experiences that stimulate the mind, spirit, body and emotions for self-reliance.

 

In order to reverse this, it has become necessary to develop this strategic plan to provide a road map of the institutional management.

 

 

2.2 GOALS AND STRATEGIES

 

GOAL I: TO SCORE A MINIMUM SCHOOL MEAN GRADE OF C+ IN K.C.S.E.

Strategies:

  • Cover the annual teaching syllabus in form 1, 2 by end of September; form 3 and form 4 by end of term 1.
  • Motivate students to meet the school target C+ in K.C.S.E
  • Introduce a language policy to strengthen the articulation and understanding of English, Kiswahili and French.
  • Enhance efficiency of teaching staff to improve service delivery.
  • Guide and counsel students
  • Reform the admission criteria for quality students.
  • Involve stakeholders in school management.
  • Reinforce  co-curricular  policy

 

GOAL II: TO IMPROVE THE FINANCIAL RESOURCE BASE OF THE SCHOOL

Strategies:

  • Improve fee collection
  • Introduce new income generating projects.
  • Seek donor support for school projects
  • Seek donor or sponsor support for the orphaned and vulnerable students.
  • Purchase ICT equipment.
  • Construct 8 toilets.
  • Construct an Ablution Block.
  • Construct a modern school hall.
  • Construct a Dormitory.
  • Construct staff houses.
  • Purchase a school van.
  • Purchase furniture

 

GOAL III: TO RENOVATE AND EXPAND THE SCHOOL’S INFRASTRUCTURE

Strategies:

  • Purchase of classroom and staff furniture
  • Renovate existing classrooms
  • Complete school plant wiring
  • Construct a kitchen/hall
  • Construct staff houses
  • Construct a dorm for female students
  • Construction of ablution block
  • Undertake renovations at every year end.

 

GOAL IV: TO CULTIVATE NYAGOWA LUTHERAN MIXED SECONDARY SCHOOLCORPORATE CULTURE

Strategy:

  • Encourage positive internal and external interactions.

Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff

TEACHING STAFF

S/N

NAME

SUBJECT

DISIGNATION

1

EDWIN OWINO

HIS/KIS

PRINCIPAL

2

WERE …

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