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About Us

A Little About Us

MOTHER DANILA SCHOOL is owned and run by the Orsoline Sisters of the Immaculate Virgin Mary which is a catholic religious congragation. Orsoline sisters are popularly known as educators. For us education is not just a career but a mission that derive from our identity as Orsolines. Education is for us the "essential course of action"; that which we feel we are made for. We dedicate ourselves in offering a wholistic education to our students with the aim of fostering personal growth and preparing responsible adults committed to the service and the transformation of the society. We do this trying as much as possible to work as a team with the parents. To achieve this, we organize seminars for parents and teachers in order to enhance knowledge for one another and to learn parenting practices that are most effective and are more likely to lead to positive outcomes for the children.
We are located at King'eero village, Kabete division in Kenya, Africa where we run a nursery school, named MOTHER DANILA KINDERGATEN, and right now we have over 250 pupils. The school started in January 2006 with only 13 pupils. Since then the number of the children has continued to grow up to the present population. Due to increased demand for admission vacancies, we had to create more space to accommodate the demand. The building that serves as the school was not initially designed for a school but had to be adjusted given the need for a kindergarten. On our arrival at King'eero, we had not found the need for a nursery school given that there was one in the church compound adjacent to our house. We had thought of offering our services in the already existing school and opening a technical school in our premises.

Our Journey

The need for a nursery school arose when one of our sisters who was teaching in the above named school suggested that it was necessary to transfer the children to our premises. She decided to make this request after observing that the previous school was not offering the children a conducive atmosphere for learning. The room that was serving as a classroom was the same one that was used as the kitchen, the dining room, the siesta room and the store. The latrines were also indecent and dangerous for the children. The sister shared her sentiments with the parish priest who was in charge of the school who accepted her idea and they both decided to transfer the children to our premises. The building had to be adjusted to accommodate the children.

Why Mother Danila School?

Our Mission

To foster personal growth and to prepare responsible adults commited to the service and transformation of the society.

Our Vision

To give a holistic education

Our Core Values

  • Maintain high academic standards
  • Empower students to realize their full potentiality
  • Uphold team spirit
  • Maintain discipline, in a safe learning environment

Learning is Fun!

  • Warm Caring Atmosphere
  • Clean, Safe Environment
  • Low teacher-pupil ratio
  • All-round involvement