Public Holiday Pile-up

The new academic year has began very successfully to us here at Juja St. Peter’s School. We have received all the students, including the newly admitted students, and have settled to begin the first term of the academic year 2022.

With the sad demise of the former president, H.E. Mwai Kibaki (RIP), the Kenyan president H.E. Uhuru Kenyatta announced that Friday 29th April 2022 will be a public holiday in respect to the late president as the state mourns his death. Labour day, which is an annual public holiday on every 1st of May, will be on Sunday 1st May 2022, which pushes the public holiday to Monday 2nd May 2022. Lastly, Tuesday 3rd May 2022 has also been declared a public holiday by the Cabinet Secretary of Interior, Hon. Fred Matiangi, to celebrate the end of Muslim fasting month or Eid Al Fitr.

We would like to inform you that the school will remain closed for these days as the we honour the holidays. The day scholars will remain home for these days and school will resume normal learning on Wednesday 4th May 2022. Children on school transport will be dropped at the normal time on Thursday 28th April 2022 and will be picked at the normal time in the morning of Wednesday 4th. Those who are not on school transport will also be dropped at the normal time. The boarders, however, will remain in school and will be taken care of till the end of the holidays.

Thank you for your continued support and we hope to have a successful and fruitful first term 2022.

God bless you and God bless JSPS.

Swimming Gala
Gala Event

The Kenya Swimming Federation, Kiambu County organized a swimming gala for Kiambu schools held in Regis school Runda. JSPS was one of the many schools that participated in the competitions. This was a perfect opportunity for us to showcase and put to work the hard work that we have been partaking in school. The events were held for two days, 18th and 19th of September 2021.

We arrived early in the morning, well and ready to give it our best and bring the medals home. The competitions started at 8:00 am and went on till 3:00 pm in the afternoon. The following day they also started and ended at the same time.

While the competitions were not a walk in the park, our swimmers were well and ready to give it all they had to represent our school in the best way possible. We therefore managed to scoop a total of 19 medals in all competitions. This also enabled us to be number 12 out of 28 schools that participated. Here are the medals we attained:

100M BreaststrokeJenna WambuiGold
Mix Relay TeamsJenna Wambui
Amani Wanjiku
Moses Chege
Mark Keige
Mix Relay TeamsNewton Kariuki
Faith Wanjiku
Allan Kamande
Nicole Watetu
100M Medley Relay BoysAllan Kamande
Newton Kariuki
Moses Chege
Alvins Mbothu
100M Medley Relay GirlsJennifer Atieno
Jenna Wambui
Nicole Watetu
Amani Wanjiku
50M ButterflyMoses ChegeBronze
Totals19 Medals
Medal standings

Though we know we can always do better than that, we thank all the participants for putting in a great effort in the competitions and earning the accolades they managed to earn. They selflessly and with great determination flew our flag higher and we couldn’t be more proud of them. We would also like to thank our beloved parents for their support in making this experience a success and one to remember. We are determined to ensure we provide the best services possible.

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