Finlays Community Trust has commissioned two newly constructed modern classrooms at Moi Sitowet Secondary School located in Ainamoi Subcounty, Kericho County. The classrooms were constructed at a cost of Kshs. 4.1 million with a provision to allow for an additional floor on top. Over 90 students will benefit from the two classrooms per year. This is in line with the Kenya government’s policy of upgrading infrastructure in learning institutions in preparation for the implementation of the new curriculum called Competence Base Curriculum.
Classrooms are essential for teaching and learning. They provide opportunities for learning, support literacy and education for students, and, most importantly, aid in the formation of new ideas and perspectives that are critical to the development of the next generation. Finlays Community Trust believes that investing in our children’s education today has a better return on investment for the community and society as a whole in future.
The Trust’s Chairperson, Bishop Alfred Rotich, presided over the commissioning of the two modern classrooms. In addition, present during the commissioning were Kapsoit Ward MCA Mr Paul Chirchir, Ministry of Education Officials, FCT Trustees, the school’s management, and parents, among other invited guests.