Our students took a trip to The Crocodile farm just on the outskirts of Francistown. The day was full of excitement and a lot was learnt about these cold blooded reptiles. The day culminated in the students feasting on crocodile meat.
The 9th of December provided an early Christmas for two Gerald families. The St Kizito Health club led by Ma Mokwena donated food baskets to two lucky Gerald households. With the blessing of the Gerald Kgosi and VDC the occasion was attended by The St Kizito Deputy headmaster, Mr Handy Itseng.
The day of baptism If you are still wondering where you should take your child to school, well worry less because St. Kizito is the perfect school to school your kids. It teaches responsibilities and good manners, let’s not forget it brings you closer to God. A very remarkable day to not be forgotten was […]
When we got there we were welcomed bythe farm care takers and were shownaround . The first activity we engaged inwas checking onto the pastoral side of thefarm . The tour guide explained on thebreed names (both in Setswana and English) , feeds and common animal diseases . As a wise man once said “chop […]
With the ongoing pandemic being a really big hinderer of most plansin 2020 , the students also fell prey to this . The option of the boadersgoing home being taken away from them because of how much of a bigrisk it would be , the school had to come up with an idea of an […]