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The School has continued to strengthen its performance in the Kenya National Examinations. Aga Khan Primary School is always among the top three in the Province with mean scores ranging from 360-380 and commands respect in the Municipality in English where mean scores are 80 and above.
Outside the classroom, the School is highly respected for holding an excellent record in the following disciplines:
In 2010 the School’s swimming team participated in the following competitions and achieved various awards.
in the National Junior Championship, held on 15 and 16 May 2010 at the Aga Khan High School Nairobi, the boys were ranked 6th overall and the girls were 9th. The team won nine gold medals, eight silvers and seven bronze with several certificates.
In addition, the team took part in two NYASA organized events which were held at DHT Secondary School. The first event was held on 29 May 2010 and the team took 1st place with a total of 746 points. The second was on 26 June 2010 and they were ranked 2nd with 392 points.
The last competition was the Western Swimming Championships held on 24 July 2010 at Mudasa Academy. Out of the eight teams that participated, our school was ranked first overall with a total of 691 points and brought home the trophy. The boys’ and the girls’ teams were ranked first with 418 and 273 points respectively.
Performing Arts (Drama Music)
On 3 and 4 May 2010, the performing arts team, directed by Mr. Athumani Amani presented 18 items at the Municipal Level held at Xaverian Primary School.
Out of the eighteen items presented, twelve were ranked first, five were ranked second and only one was ranked fourth, therefore seventeen items proceeded to the Regional level which was held from 17 to 20 June 2010. Eight items were ranked first and two were ranked second, which resulted in the team proceeding to the Provincial level.
During the Provincial competitions held at Ambira High School in Siaya District from 5 - 10 July 2010, five items were ranked first, and two were ranked second.
At the National Music Festivals held at Masinde Muliro University in Kakamega from 6 - 9 August 2010, the team emerged second in the Choral Verse and Irish Dance.
On 5 and 6 June 2010, the School’s Tae-Kwon-Do team participated in the Nyanza Open Championships held at Msomi Teachers’ Training College in Migori. The captain of the team, Favour Grace set the pace for the team’s quest for medals by scooping a gold medal in the Junior Girls’ Bantam weight category. Rozaline Ngetha took 2nd position in the Feather weight category, as did Emmy Grace in the Welter weight.
Three boys, Thomas Watta, David Odundo and Aloys Aboge were ranked 3rd in the Junior Boys’ Bantam, Feather and Fly weight categories respectively. The team won a trophy for being 2nd overall out of 13 teams that participated in the championships.
The School’s lawn tennis team participated in the Nyanza Lawn Tennis Competition. The event was sponsored by Equity Bank and was held on 12 and 13 June 2010 at Nyanza Club. Out of the 84 participants, 25 were from Aga Khan Primary School and were voted the best in supporting Tennis in Nyanza Province. Three players namely Daisy Atieno, Mary Gorety Adhiambo and Ruth Auma won gold medals. Furthermore, the School achieved the winning trophy, and the participants received certificates.
On 23 June 2010 the School’s Standard 6 football team had a friendly match with the Standard 6 players of Kisumu Junior Academy. The Aga Khan Primary School team scored 6 goals against Kisumu Junior’s 2.