In Summary
  • Primary schools sought to prove that learning institutions are the best forum to cultivate sporting, artistic and other non-class based talents.
  • Leading in this category was Kahuho Road Academy of Nairobi region who presented a choral verse, Mr Rutia.

Schools performing in the ongoing Kenya National Music Festival on Wednesday presented pieces that captured the proposed changes in the new curriculum meant to nurture and promote talent in learning institutions.

Primary schools performing on the third day of the festival in Masinde Muliro University in Kakamega County sought to prove that learning institutions are the best forum to cultivate sporting, artistic and other non-class based talents.

Leading in this category was Kahuho Road Academy of Nairobi region who presented a choral verse, Mr Rutia.

The verse emphasised that academics should go hand in hand with the development of other talents as not all learners can excel in classwork.

AGA KHAN ACADEMY

The Aga Khan Academy of Mombasa show cased a lot of singing talent when they dominated in the quartet and singing categories.

The quartet (four singers) presented a song, Dimsha D’sikua while the trio performed I have a dream, a song by the legendary Swedish group Abba.

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