Ok preferrably around langata and nearby areas maybe like rongai,Karen. Any in nairobi that you would consider good.
And if i may add a school where the teacher student ratio is small- the teacher may engage the student one on one.
where the teachers are qualified in early childhood development.
As for affordable maybe something under or upto 50k slightly more
Ive done some research on your suggestions.they both look really good.
I guess i should be more direct with my questions.i just dont know what to ask because i dont know what id be looking for in a school as i dont have kids myself and im nowhere near that stage in life.
the truth is i want to suggest them to a friend because the school she takes her son to i feel is a total sham.
Hes been there for a year and he cannot write or say the alphabet.he is apparently way behind his classmates on this and now it has gotten to the point where she has become very tough and impatient with him,often berrating and shouting at him when he doesnt get things right as they do homework, lamenting that hes slow, and that he knows nothing and then he cries alot-he is hurting,and i can see this as the beginning to him having major issues and problems in life as he develops and grows into a young man.
In his case i think a school with a small teacher student ratio with an emphasis on one on one teaching method would obviously be beneficial because the teacher would have the time to identify his problems, how he learns or picks things up etc and then teach him in a way that can solve these issues.
My other thoughts are that he could also have a learning disorder but she wont know because she wont investigate or know that there are schools children with such disorders can be taken to and taught accordingly. I feel shes taking educating him too casually. Shes a young mother and shes not keen on things academic.
But thanks again for your suggestions, ill tell her about them. Maybe if you have anything to add about the situation ive just described feel free to do so.