Teaching staff at our school (March 2023)
front row from left: Alice Shikuku (pre-Primary 2), Ochango Givans (grades 5,6,7: Social studies, Agriculture, English, Religion, Sports), Martha Wangui (grade 2), Nerima Harriet (grades 4,5,6: Math, Kiswahili, Music, Homescience), Ruth Cheboi Chebet (grades 4,5,6: Math, Science & Technology, homescience, Religion), Nancy Kiptoo (grades 4,7: English, Agriculture, Computer Science), Alfred Wanalo (headteacher, grade 8: Religion, grade 5: English, grade 5: Physical Education, grade 7: Business studies), Ann Nyongesa (Day Care play group)
back row from left: Onyimbo Frankline (grade 8: English, grade 5: Creative Arts, grade 4: Social studies, grade 6: Physical Health Education), Mutahi Wachira Samuel (grades 7,8: Kiswahili, grades 5,6: Agriculture, grade 5: Science &Technology), Onyango Edigah (grade 3), Albina Caren (Pre-Primary 1), May Langat (grade 1), Keya Dan (grades 7,8: Math, grade 7: Life skills and Health Education ), Ngetich Charles (grades 6,8: Social studies, grades 4,5: Kiswahili, grade 4: Health Education), Ochieng Nelson (Deputy Headteacher, grade 8: Science, grades 4,6: Creative Arts, grade 6: Math, grade 7: Visual Art)

Our teachers are not only excellent, state-approved professionals, but also idealists who care deeply about the well-being of disadvantaged children. Some of them themselves come from the slums and had been supported as children. Two of our outstanding teachers were supported and trained through Live and Learn in Kenya from elementary school through college. They know best why good education is so important.
Our teachers receive the salary stipulated by the state for their duties. These salaries are paid out of the sponsorship contributions.

Our school construction is still growing and the number of our teachers is growing accordingly.