Sunday School Societysiteadmin2016-11-02T06:15:49+00:00
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL SOCIETY
If you ever step into a society that does not have self-sustain, just understand that it would crumble before it reaches it epitome. We as the Sunday school teachers understood that we could reach out to the children within and round the school. The very same way that we receive knowledge from teachers is the one with zeal that we teach the teachers’ children and the society’s children about Christianity and its effect.
The society has close to 80 teachers who are students of Alliance High School across all forms. The team is headed by an ever hardworking committee of eight students. The Sunday school teachers are distributed to 18 stations which are churches and primary boarding schools situated in Dagoretti and Kinoo. Every Sunday the teachers have a devotion from 7:00am-7:50am to rejuvenate and empower themselves. At 8:30 am the teachers are allowed to leave the school to head to their respective stations so as to teach and they are expected to be back in school by 12:40pm.
On Friday evening between 4:00 and 5:00pm, Sunday school holds a fellowship with only the children of Alliance High School. This becomes a bonding forum between the teachers and children as they play together and at times watch Christian movies with them.
The effect of Sunday school teachers is not only felt outside the school but also by the other students of Alliance high school. Since the teachers are members of C.U they can easily advice and counsel other students in troubling times. They are a keen example of discipline to other students at the school.
So in any day that you care to visit the Alliance High School, be sure to look for a Sunday School teacher and observe or rather join in the revolution of educating children for we take the children to Him, may God bless you and bless the Sunday School Society as it goes leaps and bounds against odds to teach children.
Sunday School Co-coordinator: Clement Nyira
To many who attended, it has proved to be a life changing experience their dreams have been and are still being realized day by day. It raises so many questions what is it how
To many who attended, it has proved to be a life changing experience their dreams have been and are still being realized day by day. It raises so many questions what is it how is it done? What happens there? These questions are quite difficult to answer but wait a little bit. Having got a chance to interact with those who attended, I got answers to most of the questions. I learnt so much about the mentorship program.
Many narrated their experiences excitedly as they vividly described the happenings as if it was yesterday most of them particularly quoted Mr. Kariuki our wise principal sayings if it is to be it is up to me and success is not for the chosen few it is for the few who have chosen
One alumni of the program Mercy Karanja now a student at Limuru Girls School said that the program had a very good effect to her life. While in the mentorship one of the most memorable things she recalled was that she had the chance to visit a few top national schools and today she thanks God for making it to one of them Limuru girls
Another Ashley Mutai from Kenya high school said that she vividly recalls the wise quotes from Pepe Minambo and D.G Kariuki our principal. The motivation has been the hallmark of her life since then. It saw her through her KCPE and into the Kenya high school the school of her dreams.
The most amazing experience was John Njau’s experience now a form one student at alliance high school. He said that while in AHS during the mentorship program he wrote john Njau will be back in 2015 and true to that he joined AHS and found the mark still existing.
Many things influenced their success but the most important of them is mentorship. The motivation is still the hallmark of their lives up to date. Truly, as D.G Kariuki says “if you see a tortoise on top of a tree, someone must have put it there.”
What happens there? These questions are quite difficult to answer but wait a little bit. Having got a chance to interact with those who attended, I got answers to most of the questions. I learnt so much about