Pembroke House School kids give new meaning to reporting back to school
Pembroke House School has been a topic of discussion since schools reopened on Monday.
All after a picture was shared on social media showing the kids arriving back at the school from the December holidays.
The picture, which has since gone viral, shows the children being dropped off by a chartered plane.
The international school located in Nakuru County, Gilgil-Nyahururu, offers British curriculum and boarding facilities for children aged 2 and 13 years.
Students in this school enjoy activities like fishing, scrap booking, yoga, fine art colouring, synchronised swimming and horse-riding lessons which cost Sh22,150 per term.
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Students in this school also sit for the prestigious London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) exams.
The basic school fees per term can range from Sh87,500 for Pre-Nursery and Nursery students to Sh784,800 for children between the 3 and 8 years.
Naturally, there were varied and hilarious comments to the viral photo.
School bus.. rather school plane.. it’s back to school at Pembroke House Gilgil Kenya ?? pic.twitter.com/TmJP4uh1PB
— Okello Onyango ‘wuon sibuor’ Jakalam (@theonlyjaluo) January 6, 2020
How students are arriving at Pembroke House School Kenya for the new term.
Did you study at a Polling station or a Presidential debate venue ?
— Eric Ndemange (@_ericndemange) January 7, 2020
Schools Opening day, Pembroke School.
You guys wa long distance buses from hapo Machakos bus stop, 9 hours journey…..unafika shule umechoka ni kama umetoka wrestling. pic.twitter.com/w2xuZO92TM
— Clive Wanguthi (@WanguthiClive) January 6, 2020
— Kevin Gichuki (@KevinGichuki3) January 7, 2020