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Who we are at Amicus School
The Amicus Early Childhood Development and Education (E.C.D.E) teacher training college was established in the year 2000. It was founded by Mrs. Joyce Marangu, an accomplished educationist who had by then taught at all levels of education right from being a college tutor, secondary and primary school teacher, to running a kindergarten. She set up the Lavington Church Kindergarten in 1993 and tutored kindergarten teachers at the Kindergarten Headmistress Association (K.H.A) college until 1999. Having taught students at different stages in life, she decided that the early childhood stage in Education was the most important, and that teachers of early years have to be well equipped and prepared in both theory and practice. She felt that a teacher training college should pay equal importance to both these aspects and that a kindergarten teacher should be able to develop the child appropriately in the school but also have a sound understanding of a child’s development and needs at different stages. She then proceeded to establish a college that would do just that and hence the birth of the Amicus Teacher training college
A B O U T  U S
MISSION To provide quality education in all of our programs that will facilitate the spiritual, physical mental and social development of the individual, where young children are concerned, this will be done in complete partnership with the parents/guardians. VISION  To motivate, encourage and develop ‘wholesomeness’ in all individuals who participate in Amicus programs. CORE VALUES We believe in: Building strength out of the diversity of our staff and pupils by creating relationships based on Christian foundation as enshrined in the school motto: Education for beauty, knowledge and life eternal. Creating School culture that promotes honesty, integrity and discipline Creating a learning environment rich in compassion, love, care and respect for each other irrespective of religion, race, age, nationality or gender. Providing opportunity for everyone to learn skills necessary to Achieve personal excellence. Caring for our environment Maintaining regular and open communication as a community Amicus School prepares one to make a positive and profound difference in the lives of young children, their families and communities as a whole.
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