Now they have a baby class, middle class and pre-unit for Early Childhood Education (ECD), and Standard one to Seven classes for Primary education. Since the start of 2015 they have 220 pupils, 17 starting this year and 26 will sit their final exams (KCPE) in 2016. There are 8 primary school teachers and 4 ECD teachers.
17 pupils graduated last year (2014) in the National-Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE), passing with a mean score of 311.75 out of 500 (far above national average). All are going onto secondary school education. Once children have graduated those that cannot afford further education receive sponsorship and follow-ups are carried out to ensure the children are getting on well in their new school.