SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS FOR STRATEGIC PLAN
This part examines the internal and external environment of the institution and its effects to the overall outcome.
- The school has well trained and qualified graduate teachers.
- The school is able to attract a number of students.
- The school has a boarding facility for girls.
- The government provides grant through FSDE.
- There is low staff turnover /high staff retention.
- It’s connected to electricity.
- A back-up generator is available.
- Availability of adequate piped water and storage tanks.
- Secure environment.
- Availability of infrastructure: classes, Administration block, Latrines and a Laboratory.
- The school doesn’t possess its land title deed.
- Land for expansion is inadequate.
- There is no playing field.
- It lacks space for demonstration plots.
- The soil structure is poor.
- Lack of mode of transport/school bus.
- Inadequate infrastructure: no kitchen, dining hall, library, extra classrooms and staff houses.
- Over enrolment in some classes.
- Inadequate furniture for both staff and students.
- Poor fee payment.
- Low entry grade hence enrolment of low achievers.
- Limited subject choices due to inadequate TSC staff and classrooms.
- Numerous dropouts due to early marriages, poverty, boda boda menace, pregnancies, drug and substance abuse and truancy.
- Lack of positive role models.
- Indiscipline, truancy, betting and mobile phone influence and the internet menace.
- Lack of a dormitory for girls.
- Lack of an ablution block.
- Inadequate ICT infrastructure.
- Inadequate teaching staff.
- Long distances covered by some students.
- Positive image of the school.
- Wide catchment area.
- Spiritual guidance from the sponsor.
- Support from the education office and the community.
- Availability of resource persons.
- Access to healthcare.
- Access to bursaries.
- Good road network.
- Healthy competition from other institutions.
- High /improving academic achievements.
- Functional B.O.M.
- Political goodwill.
- Good public relations.
- Mushrooming of schools.
- Sporadic insecurity.
- Parents obsessions with transfers as a way of avoiding payment of fee arrears.
- Indiscipline and absenteeism.
- Delays in disbursement of bursary and FDSE funds.
- Drug and substance abuse.
- Poor living conditions at home and lack of connectivity to electricity.
- Negative attitude towards local schools.
- Inadequate FDSE capacitation.
- Low parental income.
- Digital influence.
- Peer influence.