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Kisumu Day High school::STRATEGIC PLAN

 

PREFACE       

 

The Kisumu Day High School fraternity developed a strategic plan as a means of intervention to improve the overall academic standards of the institution.

This Strategic Plan’s main purpose is to plan development issues and activities for the next five years that meet the demands of this dynamic society.  The plan is a specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time bound (SMART) management strategy.

 

The Strategic Plan has four goals; Academics, Infrastructure, Financial Resource and Corporate Culture. The focus of the school is to undertake various measures in a rational and open way involving the parents, staff, Board of Governors and the students.

 

During its implementation, the Strategic Plan will be monitored by all the stakeholders and periodic reports availed for review and necessary modification.

 

I wish to thank all who participated directly or indirectly in the process of developing this document. I hope that by the end of the implementation period, positive growth will have taken place and be replicated in the next planning phase of this institution.

 

 

 

 

WILLIAM. M. MOLLA,

PRINCIPAL.

 

KISUMU DAY HIGH SCHOOL

 

 

 


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The Kisumu Day Strategic Plan was developed by a committee consisting of the following members.

 

  1. William .M. Molla       -           Principal
  2. Ali Nassur                   -            P.T.A. chairman
  3. Dave Achieng                         -           B.O.G. Sub-Committee Member
  4. Javan K’ouko              -           B.O.G. Sub-Committee Member
  5. Beauttah Siganga        -           B.O.G. Sub-Committee Member
  6. Mary Omondi                         -           B.O.G. Sub-Committee Member.
  7. Henry Nyangaga         -           Teacher
  8. Anne Taban                 -           Teacher
  9. Caroline Obare            -           Teacher

10.  Lois  Owiti                  -           Teacher

11.  Jackson Owiti             -           Teacher

12.  Grace Ayodo              -           Teacher

13.  Samuel Osieyo            -           Teacher

 

We thank all the B.O.G and P.T.A. members for their invaluable contribution. Special thanks to Mr Akumu Owuor, The Chief Principal Mombasa Polytechnic University for his support towards the development of this plan. The extra effort and dedication of the Heads of Departments and the staff is most appreciated.

 

This Plan will be a frequent source of reference for the staff and other stakeholders, for it indicates the direction for development and a pointer for action and evaluation – a working manual for school improvement.

 

 

 

 Strategic Plan Committee


PROBLEM STATEMENT

 

From a humble beginning in 1961 Kisumu Day High School has seen tremendous increase in student and staff population.  Over time, this has outstripped the existing and new physical facilities that have been put up in due course.  The problem has further been compounded by the poor fees payment by parents and guardians that has eroded the school’s financial resource base.  This has caused unnecessary financial constraints in school expenditure.

 

The school corporate culture has also been greatly affected.  Due to its uban setting there is increase in truancy from some students and staff.  Inadequate parental support in some cases as a result of HIV/AIDS has resulted into orphans who have been involved in drug and substance abuse.  This has led into increased indiscipline cases.

 

Apart from the infrastructure being inadequate for the school population, most physical facilities are dilapidated and therefore require urgent renovation.

 

The aforesaid has made it difficult for the school to achieve its vision and mission, that is, of being an educational institution of Academic Excellence; and of providing quality education, spiritual and social values that equip young people to be competent and responsible citizens respectively.

 

In order to reverse this, it has become necessary to develop this strategic plan to provide a road map of the institutional management.


 

GOALS AND STRATEGIES

 

GOAL I: TO SCORE A MINIMUM SCHOOL MEAN GRADE OF B IN K.C.S.E.

Strategies:

  • Cover the annual teaching syllabus in form 1, 2 by end of September; form 3 by end of July; form 4 by end of March.
  • Motivate students to meet the school target B in K.C.S.E
  • Introduce a language policy to strengthen the articulation and understanding of English, Kiswahili and French.
  • Enhance efficiency of teaching staff to improve service delivery.
  • Guide and counsel students
  • Reform the admission criteria for quality students.
  • Involve stakeholders in school management.
  • Reinforce  co-curricular  policy
  • enhance efficiency and competence of support staff

 

GOAL II: TO IMPROVE THE FINANCIAL RESOURCE BASE

Strategies:

  • Improve fee payment to a period of 2 terms
  • Introduce new income generating projects.
  • Cost rationalization.
  • Renovate 20 classrooms.
  • Renovate 2 and complete 2 laboratories.
  • Harvest rain water.
  • Purchase 20 computers.
  • Construct 8 classrooms.
  • Construct 8 toilets.
  • Construct Ablution Block.
  • Construct a modern school hall.
  • Construct a Dormitory.
  • Construct a Sanitarium.     
  • Construct a perimeter wall.
  • Construct 10 staff houses.
  • Purchase a school van.
  • Purchase a generator.
  • Construct pavements
  • Purchase furniture
GOAL III: TO RENOVATE AND EXPAND THE SCHOOL’S INFRASTRUCTURE

Strategies:

GOAL IV: TO CULTIVATE KISUMU DAY CORPORATE CULTURE

Strategy:

  • Encourage positive internal and external interactions.

 

THE VISION, MISSION, VALUES AND STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

1.0              Introduction

The strategies in this plan are driven by our vision, mission and values.  It expresses what we stand for as a school. The school achieves its mandate when students achieve outstanding academic performance for universities and colleges and are models of exemplary character, responsible citizenship and have the ability to use knowledge wisely and compassionately.

1.1       Our Vision

An Educational Institution of Academic Excellence.

1.2       Our Mission

To provide quality education, spiritual and social values that equip young people to be competent and responsible citizens

1.3       Core Values

      Academic Excellence – We have high expectations of achievement and a commitment to learning.

 

      Character Development – We cultivate ethos of character development through our approach to education.  We focus on four tenets; respect and responsibility, integrity, a thirst for personal excellence and compassion.

 

      Community Service – We strive to be of good service to the greater community through voluntary and other charitable services.

 

      Corporate Culture - We embrace team work and this is the result of collective partnership of students, staff, parents, and community.

 

      Spiritual Growth – We respect and accommodate individual’s religion and encourage positive well being.

 

      Talent Development – We value the dignity and uniqueness of each individual. “We give youth a chance to excel”.

 

      Patriotism – We promote responsible citizenship, harmony in diversity of culture.

 

1.4       Strategic Objectives

  • Implementation of the Education curriculum
  • Preparation  of Teaching and Learning resources
  • Sourcing for curriculum resource materials
  • Enhancing staff capacity building
  • Raising funds through Income Generating Projects to supplement school programs
  • Ensuring provision of quality education
  • Identify and develop special abilities in co-curricular programs.
  • Provide spiritual and social guidance

SITUATION ANALYSIS

 

2.0       Introduction

 

This is a key part of Strategic Planning process as  it examines the internal and external  environment of the institution. 

2.1       Strengths

  • Effective Heads of Departments ensuring efficiency in respective departments.
  • Excellent support from the School Administration and well established institutional structure.
  • The school is well established in terms of co-curriculum activities.
  • Exposure to other learning facilities e.g. Library, Museum and other social amenities.
  • Reliable source of income from Income Generating Projects-Safaricom, Kenyatta University, Kisumu Day Nursery, Staff houses and the school bus.
  • Insufficient classrooms, Laboratories, teaching and learning resources.
  • Over enrollment hence large number of students vis a vis above.
  • Inadequate staff houses.
  • Poor fees payment by parents and guardians.
  • Low achievers leading to a high drop out rate.
  • Dilapidated classrooms.
  • Slow integration of I.C.T, and limited subject choices.
  • The school is situated on vast land, this provides ample room for expansion of infrastructure.
  • Large catchments area for students.
  • Subsidized education hence more students joining school.
  • Government goodwill and fee budgetary support.
  • The newly created boarding section creates more time for learning.
  • Increased demand for accountability by society in terms of service delivery and resource utilization.
  • High potential for more staff houses consequently more participation in provision of education services.
  • Inadequate parental support towards the development of the school.
  • HIV and AIDS orphans.
  • Drugs and substance abuse.
  • Due to urban setting there is increase in truancy from some students and staff.
  • There is also great demand for student’s admission, this being an urban day school.
  • Remittance of free education funds lacks expedition hence causing unnecessary financial constraints in school expenditure.
  • High staff turn-over as a result of promotion, further studies and family commitments.

2.2       Weakness

2.3       Opportunities

2.4       Threats

 

2.5       Political Factors

  • Free Education was a political party manifesto.
  • The Constituency Development Fund (C.D.F) is the brainchild of politicians.
  • Parents delay in paying fees having assumptions that education is free.
  • Political double-speak; school fees was not scrapped but subsidized by government funds.
  • Being an urban institution, political activities disrupts learning.
  • Political apathy towards education.

 

2.6       Economic Factors

  • Kisumu’s slow economic growth has affected school fee payment.
  • High inflation has affected community’s  income
  • The students come from low income families who rarely pay fees in time.
  • The problem has been compounded further by the high taxes on teaching, learning resources and construction materials. 
  • High inflation leading to low morale in staff hence some resorting to running businesses. 

 

2.7       Social Factors

  • Change of lifestyle among the students. Drugs and substance abuse on the rise.
  • Poverty has led to dropouts and truancy.
  • Poor living conditions not conducive to studying, high dependency ratio has also affected the family relationship.
  • HIV and AIDS pandemic have affected the community.
  • Poor attitude towards work by some staff and students.

 

 

2.8       Legislative Factors

  • Frequent change of government policies creates inconsistency e.g. ban on corporal punishment, mock examinations, and extra tuition.
  • Entrenchment of child’s rights enables children to come to school and minimizes child labor.
  • Establishment of B.O.G and P.T.A to aid in school management.
  • Establishment of T.S.C as an act of Parliament controls the recruitment of teachers therefore staffing is the prerogative of this commission.
  • The Education Act 1968 assigns management of secondary schools to B.O.G without giving any role to parents through the P.T.A. hence less commitment and ownership.

 

2.9       Technological Factors

  • Various changes in Information Technology have greatly affected our community.  For example, the internet is a source of information but has also been misused. There are also those who are computer illiterate.
  • Challenges of new inventions e.g. mobile phone technology have not only proved to be useful but also destructive.
  • Other inventions like photo printers have made workload lighter, hence more evaluations tests given.
  • Communication improved through the use of latest technology e.g. fax, e-office e.t.c.

 

2.10     Environmental Factors

  • Our catchment area is for low income earners, fee payment is inadequate yet these students are provided with quality education.
  • The surrounding affects learning – the stadium, garbage dump, sewer lines in the school compound.
  • There are risks involved in this urban setting e.g. road carnage due to the pathetic state of our roads.
  • Other amenities like health facilities and libraries close to our institution are a positive resource.
  • The neighboring schools offer healthy competition.
  • There are many learning facilities e.g. the Geographical Sites.
  • Noise pollution by -funeral dirges, political supporters affect learning.


THE FRAMEWORK MATRIX

 

GOAL I: TO SCORE A MINIMUM SCHOOL MEAN GRADE OF B IN K.C.S.E

3.1       STRATERGY: TO COVER TEACHING SYLLABUS –FORM 1, 2. END OF SEP: FORM 3 – END OF JULY, FORM 4 – END OF MARCH

TASK

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONES

COST (KSHS.)

1.Update and preparation of tools trade i.e. schemes and lessons

H.O.D, H.O.S

Sub. Teachers

Checklist for evaluation

Update on class progress

224,000pa

2.Implement Team Teaching

H.O.D.H.O.S.

Sub. Teachers

Implementation in all subjects  by end of term 1 in form 3,4

-

3.Provision of Resources- Teaching and Learning

Govt., B.O.G, P.T.A, Administration.

H.OD, H.O.S Sub. Teachers

Adequate and accessible dept. resource and by end of Jan. 2009

215,000pa

4.DataBank-Exams papers from different schools and K.C.S.E

H.O.D, H.O.S Standards Department.                       

Sub. Teachers

Well stocked data bank by April 2009.

40,000pa

5.Purchase Science chemicals and equipment

And equip the school library.

H.O.D, H.O.S Administration

 

Sub. Teachers Lab Tech

Periodic planning every end of term for Science equipment and chemicals.

825,000pa

6. Improve student book ratio.                           

Administration

H.O.D, H.O.S

Improved ratio 1:1 in all subjects (2009 – 2011)

2,400,000

7. Strengthen remedial teaching for slow learners          

H.O.D, H.O,S

Subject Teachers, Class teachers

Improved student performance.

2,410,000pa

8. Programmed field trips and excursions

-Exchange programs

Administration, B.O.G, P.T.A

H.O.D, Subject  Teachers, H.O.S

Detailed program of field trips in term.

School link formed.                             

850,000pa

9. Organize subject based symposium and contests

Admin, H.O.D, H.O.S

Subject Teachers, Club. Patrons

A detailed program by 1st term, 2009.                                     

260,000pa

10.M/E of teacher and students performance

Admin, H.O.D, H.O.S Standards Dept

All teachers

Administration, B.O.G.

H.O.D report on records of achievement on targets set before release of C.A.T  results                       

50,000pa

11.Supervision of learning in classroom

Admin, H.O.D, H.O.S Standards Dept

Subject Teachers

H.O.D report every 2 weeks

-

12.Analysis of internal Exam results

Administration, H.O.D, H.O.S, Exams Dept                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

Subject. Teachers

All H.OD and Exam Dept meeting before release of C.A.T results                               

20,000pa

13.Boarding for all form four students

Admin, P.T.A.

H.O.D., students

Improved  performance for Form Four students

-

 

3.2       STRATEGY: TO MOTIVATE STUDENTS TO MEET THE SCHOOL TARGET  B

 TASK

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONES

COST

1. Students to set targets in various subjects

H.O.D, H.O.S Standards department, subject teachers

Subject  and class teachers              

Improved students’ performance by end of the term. Improved mean by end of 2009.                                                                                                                                                                            

10,000pa

2. Encourage intra-school  competition in exams           

Standards Dept. Exams Dept, H.O.D, H.O.S.

Sub. Teachers Class teachers 

Top ten students from each class awarded trip                                                                                                         

70,000pa

3. Improve Awards

Administration,H.O.D. Standards, Exam Department.

Subject teachers,

H.O.D., H.O.S.

Top 3 award badges &textbooks

Top student per subject awarded text book.

98,000pa

4. Strengthen group discussion.

H.O.D, H.O.S.,

 

Subject teachers contact students

 

Consistent group work in all subjects by end of term 1 2009.                                  

15,000pa

5. Identify students to participate in exchange programs.              

Administration, B.O.G, P.T.A

Sub. Teachers H.O.D, H.O.S.

Marketing Department            

Exchange programme activated by term 1, 2009.

-

6. Networking with parents

Administration, P.T.A

Class and Subject Teachers, Students, Parents

Increased parent participation, improved students performance

100,000pa

3.3       STRATEGY:   TO INTRODUCE A LANGUAGE POLICY TO STRENGTHEN THE ARTICULATION AND UNDERSTANDING OF ENGLISH, KISWAHILI,      AND FRENCH.

TASK

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONES

COST

1. Encourage students to buy and read story books.

 

Admin, H.O.D, H.O.S, Librarian

All Language Teachers

-An increase in students borrowing books from Library.

-Each student has purchased one story book                                             

100,000pa

2. Encourage students to speak the 3 Lang in and out of class              

Admin, staff                         

Prefects

Teachers

-An improved student’s performance in the 3 sub.

-Enhanced pref. role in monitoring the students who do not follow policy

30,000pa

3.Introduce FRENCH CLUB            

Administration, H.O.D—Languages

Subject teachers club Patron             

-French club formed by Jan, 2009.           

-

4. Introduce annual school magazine                       

Administration, All H.O.D.                       

Club Patrons

All teachers,

Students, Sponsors

-School magazine ready by July 2009.

50,000pa

5.Introduce Essay writing competition

Administration, H.O.D-Languages.

Subject Teachers

-One language to be done per term.

20,000pa

 


 

3.4       STRATEGY: TO ENHANCE EFFICIENCY OF TEACHING STAFF TO IMPROVE SERVICE DELIVERY.

TASKS

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONES

COST

1.Develop staff appraisal profoma           

Administration

H.O.D., H.O.S.

All teachers

-Copy of appraisal form availed to staff by Feb. 2009.

- All staff sign forms by Oct. 2009.

-Increased commitment to management development

10,000pa

2. Identify staff who require in-service

Course

Administration

H.O.Ds

-A report of the no. of in serviced  teachers by Oct. 2009                                   

-

3. Liaise with K.I.E to facilitate in-service

Administration

H.O.Ds

-The number  of staff  in-served by oct.,2009

200,000pa

4. Training on marking techniques

KNEC examiners

H.O.D, H.O.S.                        

Subject teachers

-A report on the no. trained by Oct., 2009.

200,000pa

5. Staff trip

Admin, B.O.G P.T.A

Donors, partners

-Staff trip by April.2009

650,000pa

6. Seminars and Promotions

Admin, B.O.G

Teachers

-A report on the no. sponsored to Seminars and Promoted by end of 2009

50,000pa

7. Train teachers on I.C.T

Admin, B.O.G

Donors, partners

-All teachers trained by 2009 - 2013.

500,000

 

 

3.5                   STRATEGY: TO GUIDE AND COUNSEL STUDENTS

TASKS

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONES

COST

1.Strengthen Guidance and Counseling  Department

Admin, H.O.D. Guidance and Counseling

All staff

-Increased no. of trained counselors by end of 2009.                      

50,000pa

2. Improve Teacher and student relationship in school      

Admin, Guidance & Conseling                                                                                                                          

All staff, students

-Increased number of students seeking teachers advice.

20,000

3. Introduce a school Chaplain

Admin, B.O.G

All staff, students

-A school chaplain by Jan.2009

-

 

3.6       STRATEGY: TO REFORM ADMISSION CRITERIA FOR QUALITY STUDENTS INTAKE.

TASKS

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING 

MILESTONE

COST

Streamline admission intake

Admin. 

Admission committee, Teachers.

-Standard marks-320 and

Above.

-No admission in form 3 and 4 from 2009

-Strengthen interviews in form 1 and 2.

-Screen students for discipline.   

- Maximum 45 students per stream beginning with Form One 2010                                                                                                                                                                  

5,000pa

 

3.7       STRATEGY: TO INVOLVE STAKE HOLDERS IN SCHOOL MANAGEMENT

TASKS

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONE

COST

1. Sensitize B.O.G and P.T.A on their roles

Administration

B.O.G,P.T.A teachers, parents

-AGM.

-Annual familiarization meeting with all stakeholders.

 

200,000pa

2. Mentors hip                                             

Administration

Staff, students.

Careers talks attended by mentors

150,000pa

4. Creation of School ALUMNI

Administration

Marketing committee

-Activate Alumni by end of 2009.

50,000

 

3.8       STRATEGY: TO REINFORCE CO-CURRICULUM POLICY

TASKS

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONES

COST

1. All students to actively participate in at least one activity.                                                                                                                                                                                            

Admin, B.O.G, P.T.A. H.O.D.’s

Coaches, trainers and teachers

-Increase number of students participation in activities.                            

100,000pa

2. Upgrade the games field           

Admin.

Games Dept

-Tendering process complete by Jan. 2009

-Construction begins by April 2009     

500,000

 

 

 

 

 

3.9       STRATEGY: TO ENHANCE EFFICIENCY AND COMPETENCE OF SUPPORT                     STAFF

TASKS

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONES

COST

1. Streamline staff duties.

Admin, B.O.G, P.T.A.

Human resource management committee.

-Job specification for the staff.

50,000

2. Provide in-service training

Admin, B.O.G, P.T.A

Staff

Number in-serviced, enhance performance (2009 – 2013)

300,000

3.Motivation

Admin, B.O.G, P.T.A

Staff

Staff Trip by August

100,000

 

3.10     STRATEGY: TO ENHANCE STUDENT AND STAFF DISCIPLINE

TASKS

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONES

COST

1. Improve Students class attendance

Admin.

Teachers

Prefects

90% class attendance – weekly

-

2.  Improve Teachers lesson attendance

Admin.

H.O.Ds

Prefects

95% class attendance – weekly

-

3.  Improve support staff attendance to duty

B.O.G

Admin.

Bursar

-  Effective Performance in duties

-

4.  Improve time management

Admin.

All Staff and Students

-  Effective time management in response to; bell, attendance and duties

-

5. Implement uniform policy  

 

Administration

Teachers

Parents

Students

Teachers

Presentable students at all times.

-

 

6. Enhance positive behavior in and out of school.

Administration

Teachers

Students

Teachers

Good behavior in and out of school.

Reduced indiscipline.

-

 

 

 

GOAL II:  TO IMPROVE THE SCHOOL FINANCIAL RESOURCE BASE 

 

4.1       STRATEGY: TO COLLECT ALL FEES BY SECOND TERM AND MONITOR EXPENDITURE.

TASKS

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONES

COST

1. Review fee payment schedule.                      

Admin, B.O.G, P.T.A

Teachers

-Improved fee payment to 65%-term1/ 35%-term 2.

-

2. Identify fee defaulters

Admin

Teachers

-reduced number of fee defaulters by term 2, 2009.

-

3. Mobilize bursaries from stakeholders and sponsors              

Admin, B.O.G, P.T.A

Teachers

-Increased no. of students receiving bursary by Oct, 2009.

-

4. Setup an Endowment Fund for needy students.

Admin, B.O.G, P.T.A

Staff & well wishers

-Endowment fund established by Feb’2009

-

5.  Cost Rationalization

B.O.G, Bursar

Administration

Quarterly Financial Reports

-

 

4.2       STRATEGY: PROMOTE INCOME GENERATING PROJECTS

TASKS

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONES

COST

1. identify new I.G.P

Admin, B.O.G

Staff and well wishers

-New project established by March 2009.

50,000

 

GOAL III: TO RENOVATE AND EXPAND THE SCHOOL INFRASTRUCTURE.

5.1       STRATEGY: RENOVATE 20 CLASSROOMS.

TASK

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONES

COST

Renovate 20 classrooms.

B.O.G., Administration

P.T.A.

Donors.

Renovation by end of 2009.

300,000

 

5.2       STRATEGY: RENOVATE TWO AND COMPLETE TWO LABORATORIES.

TASK

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONES

COST

Renovation begins.

B.O.G. Administration.

P.T.A. Donors

Fully functional laboratories by 2013

2,000,000

 

5.3       STRATEGY: TO PURCHASE 20 COMPUTERS

TASK

MANAGED BY             

INVOLVING

MILESTONE

COST

Initiate computer Lab.

B.O.G, P.T.A, Donors, administration.

Well wishers.

Purchase 20 computers by 2010

600,000

 

5.4       STRATEGY: TO HARVEST RAIN WATER

TASK

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONE

COST

Install water tanks.

Administration,

B.O.G., P.T.A. Donors.

Install six 10,000 litres water tanks and one 50,000 litres underground water tank by 2013.

4,000,000

 

5.5       STRATEGY: TO CONSTRUCT 8 TOILETS

TASK                 

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONES

COST

1. Establish cost of project

B.O.G, P.T.A, donors, Admin

B.O.G and P.T.A

Construction complete by term 2, 2009

600,000

2. Initiate the tendering process

 

 

 

 

3. Award tender

 

 

 

 

 

4. Construction ends

 

 

 

 

 

 

5.6       STRATEGY: CONSTRUCT EIGHT CLASSROOMS.

TASK

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONE

COST

As above

B.O.G., P.T.A., Donors, Administration.

Tender Committee.

Construction 2009-2013.

5,000,000

 

5.7       STRATEGY: TO CONSTRUCT ONE ABLUTION BLOCK

TASK

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONE

COST

As above

B.O.G,P.T.A,

Donors, Admin

Tender committee

Construction complete by  end of term 2,2009        

600,000

 

5.8       STRATEGY: TO CONSTRUCT A MODERN SCHOOL HALL.

TASK

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONE

COST

As above

B.O.G,P.T.A, Donors, admin

Tender committee

Construction 2009-2012

20,000,000

 

5.9       STRATEGY: TO CONSTRUCT A DORMITORY

TASK

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONE

COST

As above

B.O.G,P.T.A, donors, admin

Tender                                                              committee

Construction 2010-2011

  10,000,000                                                                    

 

5.10     STRATEGY: TO CONSTRUCT A SANITORIUM

TASK

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONE

COST

As above

B.O.G,P.T.A, Donors, admin

Tender committee

Construction by 2013

300,000

 

5.11     STRATEGY: TO CONSTRUCT PAVEMENTS

TASK

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONE

COST

As above

B.O.G, P.T.A, donors ,admin

Tender committee

Construction 2009-2011

500,000

 

 

5.12     STRATEGY: TO CONSTRUCT A PERIMETER WALL

TASK

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONES

COSTS

As above

 

B.O.G,P.T.A, Donors, Admin

Tender committee

Construction 2009-2014

10,000,000

 

5.13     STRATEGY: TO CONSTRUCT TEN STAFF HOUSES

TASK            

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONES

COST

As above

B.O.G,P.T.A, Donors, Admin

Tender committee

Construction 2009 - 2013

20,000,000

 

5.14     STRATEGY: TO PURCHASE A SCHOOL VAN

TASK         

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONE

COST

As above

B.O.G,P.T.A, Donors, Admin

Tender committee

Purchase 2010

1,500,000

 

5.15     STRATEGY: TO PURCHASE A GENERATOR

TASK

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONE

COST

As above

B.O.G,P.T.A, Donors, Admin

Tender committee

Purchase by 2012

300,000

 


5.16     STRATEGY:  TO PURCHASE SCHOOL FURNITURE

 

TASK

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONE

COST

Identify required furniture

Admin

H.O.D furniture

Adequate furniture by 2010

750,000pa

 

 

  GOAL IV: TO IMPROVE KISUMU DAY CORPORATE CULTURE

 

6.0       STRATEGY: TO ENCOURAGE POSITIVE INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL                      INTERACTIONS.                   

TASKS

MANAGED BY

INVOLVING

MILESTONES

COSTS

1. Implement staff code of ethics

Admin, B.O.G.

Staff

-Code of ethics est. by Jan 2009         

-

2. Involve students and staff in community work                        

Admin, Local Authorities

Club Patrons teachers

students

-A detailed program on community service by Jan 2009       

100,000pa

3.Promote corporate image by publishing sch. magazine

Admin

H.O.Ds, Patrons, students

-The school magazine  published by July 2009               

50,000pa

4. Enhance career and mentor    programs      

Admin, H.O.Ds

All staff

-Program availed by Jan 2009.

100,000

5.  Networking and feed back system.

Administration

All staff

Annual review system

50,000


SCHOOL MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE

                                                                                                  BOG 

 

                                                                                                PRINCIPAL

 

                                                                                DEPUTY PRINCIPAL

 

 

 

 

SENIOR MASTER (ADMIN)                                                                           SENIOR MASTER (ACADEMICS)

- Guidance and Counseling                                                                               -  Quality Assurance

-  Co-Curricular   

-  Boarding                                                                                                            -  Exams

                                                                                                                                -  Careers

 

 

 

 

H.O.D                                     H.O.D                                                     H.O.D                                     H.O.D                     H.O.D

SCIENCES                           MATHEMATICS                                HUMANITIES                     TECHNICAL       LANGUAGES

 

 

 

 

 

HOS                                       HOS                                                       HOS                                       HOS                         HOS

 

 

 

 

 

SUBJECT                              SUBJECT                                              SUBJECT                              SUBJECT              SUBJECT

TEACHERS                         TEACHERS                                         TEACHERS                         TEACHERS         TEACHERS                        

 

 

 

 

                                                                                               

                                                                                         BURSAR

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                  SUPPORT STAFF
IMPLEMENTATION AND EVALUATION.

7.0 INTRODUCTION

This Strategic Plan is a live document, one which will be an important and frequent source of reference for staff and other stakeholders. Consequently, the senior management team, B.O.G, P.T.A and Heads of Departments in consultation with the members of staff, should draw up their respective plans with key stages of evaluation.

Within a fortnight of the acceptance of this document, a plan should be published which states what should be enacted: by the end of term; by the end of year; during the year. In addition to the implementation plan, there must be prescribed points and approaches to evaluation in order for the senior management team to assure itself that progress is being made.

7.1  PERFOMANCE INDICATORS

Every individual and the institution need to know how it is doing and therefore should be scrutinized for achievements. In order to anchor the plan firmly, the school needs feedback on performance. The Principal and Governors therefore need good quality management information which will enhance the school’s self evaluation, planning and development.

There is need for two types of performance indicator:

  • School profile data – a set of quantitative measures in those areas which are of such importance that they must be tracked to provide comparison year on year. This data is a record of achievement for the school.

 

  • Institution-derived indicators - the criteria which will be used to evaluate the effectiveness of key goals in the Strategic Plan, built into that plan as milestones.  Each goal should have at least one success indicator.

 

7.2 REVIEWS 

 This plan should have a cycle of continuous process of evaluation, review, prioritizing, action planning and implementation.  Within this continuous process it is desirable to take stock and review the progress of the school at a crucial point. A termly review meeting provides such an opportunity for reflection and target-setting.

The logical point in the term when the review meeting should take place be agreed upon and at this point performance data will have been assembled and analyzed, specific evaluations can have taken place and the  Strategic Plan be reviewed.  The main purpose of the meeting will have been to take stock, look forward and set targets.  A record of targets with the name or initials of the person to whom each target applies is necessary. Thus action can be taken by the Principal or the B.O.G.  It is essential that all staff is presented with a verbal summary of the meeting together with the written statement or targets.  This feedback should take place as soon after the meeting as possible.

The Strategic Plan Committee