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Bridge Kenya KCPE 2021 – Seven Consecutive Years Of Success

Kenya’s end of primary school exams - the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE)  play an enormous part in determining…

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Florence Kwamboka a Bridge Kenya pupil scores 401 in her KCPE 2021 exam

Florence Kwamboka, a 15-year-old pupil from Bridge Kwa Njenga Academy was one of the top KCPE 2021 pupils for Bridge…

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Bridge Kenya pupil Joyce Kemuto scores 410 in her KCPE results slip!

For 15-year-old Joyce Kemunto, scoring 401 in her 2021 KCPE exam is a huge success and has increased her chances…

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Bridge Kenya pupil Edwine Oduory excels in the KCPE 2021 exams

Edwine Oduory, a 15-year-old boy from Celtel, Mombasa County, scored an outstanding 402 marks in is KCPE results slip, making…

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International Women’s Day 2022: Tackling bias, gender discrimination and sexual stereotyping

Every March 8th, the world comes together to celebrate the achievements of women. International Women’s Day is not just an…

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Supporting women and girls in science: building brighter and more prosperous futures by elevating girls in education

Female representation in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) worldwide is disproportionately low. Women make-up half the world’s population but…

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Back to school: the importance of equity in education and the benefits this has on both the individual and their community

Bridge Community Schools provide quality education for children in underserved communities, supporting over one million children worldwide. Bridge transforms futures…

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Bridge International Academies ‘pupils outperformed national average scores despite the global health crisis.

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused major disruptions throughout 2021, but Bridge Community Schools determinedly adapted learning interventions to the world's…

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A Love of Books Leads to Literacy and Learning

Reading is fundamental to opportunity, prosperity and even better health; it’s an education bedrock. Yet, around the world, most children…

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