Mr Aggrey Makari
WELCOME TO ST kizito catholic school. AS HEADTEACHER OF ST kizito, IT GIVES ME GREAT PLEASURE TO WELCOME YOU TO OUR WEBSITE WHICH I HOPE YOU WILL FIND INFORMATIVE AND WILL GIVE YOU A FLAVOUR OF LIFE HERE AT THE SCHOOL.
Catholic schools are a very distinctive community with a rich heritage and tradition of providing excellent Catholic education for boys and girls worldwide. St Kizito joined that proud fraternity in 2012. At St Kizito we care for the whole person, in latin, cura personalis, is at the heart of our educational philosophy.
We recognise each person’s individual qualities and needs; our goal as a school is to educate the whole child, academically, emotionally, spiritually, and to help unlock each child’s potential so that students will grow to be responsible, fulfilled future leaders working to make the world a better place and take their place confidently in our fast moving, modern society.
We want all in our community to be happy, feel valued and to thrive. In order to do so, they must be safe, respected as the individual God made them to be and challenged academically. We aim for our students to be men and women of competence, compassion and conscience. All in our community walk alongside our students on their faith and academic journey to ensure that when they leave us, they have the academic qualifications, confidence, principles, compassion and faith to make a significant contribution to society and be a force for good in the world. Our aim is to be men and women for others, living our faith and finding God in all we do.
We do not work in isolation. Our partnership with our parents who entrust their children to us is key. We foster open, honest supportive relationships and welcome parents to be involved in all aspects of school life.
As a school, we are on an exciting journey. We continue to strive for excellence ensuring outstanding examination results, high quality teaching and learning, and pastoral care. We are incredibly fortunate, especially in such difficult times of funding for schools, to have the financial support of our Francistown Diocese and board of Directors.
We are a happy, caring, welcoming, Catholic community. Our social, economic and cultural diversity is a real strength of the School. I warmly invite you to visit and witness for yourselves life at St Kizito.