Jonathan Gloag Academy aims at bringing up ‘All – Round’ individuals through mental, physical, emotional, social and spiritual development of each child under our care.
News and Highlights
At Jonathan Gloag Academy we are all set for the rolling out of the 2-6-3-3 curriculum that is replacing the 8-4-4 system.Classes from Play group to Pre-primary 2 have been progressing well since the beginning of the year 2018 as per the guidelines set by the Kenyan government.
Our teachers have had a successful training on the new curriculum and are looking forward to the next phase of rolling out the 2-6-3-3 curriculum.
Swimming Gala 2018
Our 2018 Inter House swimming Gala will be held on the 2nd March at Sunshine Secondary School.The participants will be pupils from PP1 to class 8.The day events include; Freestyle, Backstroke, Butterfly amongst others. There will be water polo fun event and obstacle fun event for our 2017 class. We would like to wish all participants best of luck!!!
Drama Festival 2018
Drama competitions are here with us once again.Pupils from Kindergarten to Middle School will be participating.
We await to perform in the Sub-County level come 1st of March. Congratulations to the selected pupils who shall be flying the
JGA flag this year!!!
In JGA we are very keen on discipline and we strive to develop good character amongst the children and also mould their personality.This is achieved by teaching good living values, skills and attitude which develop a solid sense in them to understand the difference between negative and positive behaviour.
Tr. Esther Karanja
Deputy Head Teacher
The office of the deputy head teacher works hand in hand with classteachers, stream cordinators, senior teachers, dean of academics and the head teacher to oversee: discipline matters, proper administration of school reward system, organising school trips, projects, charity work, music and drama festivals, and teaching of values to our pupils.
Tr. Juliet Wambua
Dean of Academics
Jonathan Gloag Academy Deans office is now three years since its inception.I wish to thank the class of 2016 who did us proud by posting arguably one of the best scores in the school's history. We wish to motivate the pupils to utilize their full potential, set targets, empower both teachers and pupils and of course improve academic standards without losing the founder's dream of producing all-rounded pupils.God bless JGA