School heads association seeks to promote peace in schools

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Kenya Secondary School heads association (KESSHA) has launched a campaign to promote peace and harmony in schools to avert unrest.

The new approach will see all secondary schools use brass band and music thematically on peace to ensure that education is not paralyzed by any of the chaotic incidences in Kenyan schools.

Speaking on the sidelines of Machakos School Brass band Extravaganza for peace, KESSHA National Chairman Indimulli Kahi said the new approach will address matters of peace and improve learning among the schooling population.

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The extravaganza brought together teams from Kaimosi, Ungade, Homa bay and Machakos in showcasing their unique creativity in Music and instrumentals.

“The purpose is to promote peaceful learning environment and as KESSHA we are out to see our institutions remain peaceful this year going forward” said Indimuli.

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According to KESSHA boss, the brass band which has so far been introduced in a number of schools is set to be an avenue for promoting peace.

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On matters of  form one transition, Indimulli said KESSHA is working with the ministries of education,  interior and coordination to identify children from the villages who did not transit to secondary school and ensure that governments dream is actualized.

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“We urge parents to ensure that children who are still at home get admission to the nearest secondary school even as we continue pursuing the Government to address matters of infrastructure” he said.

 

 

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