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Beginning Bridge Course

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Assisted Play Session - Mondays 2:30pm

- Get live tuition on Zoom while you play against others of a similar skill on Bridge Base.

Private Partnership Tuition - Tues, Wed, Thurs

- Review an entire session or hands of your choice with Tony. 1 or 2 pairs.

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- Get an insight into what goes into Club Director Tony Cherrett's head during play and ask questions in this interactive session.

 

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Tandridge Academic Support for Kenya
Tandridge Academic Support For Kenya

TASK is a registered charity, number 1135791, that supports impoverished Secondary school students in Kenya.  Secondary Education is provided free for all students in Kenya. Once students pass the KCPE (Kenya Certificate of Primary Education) and qualify to join Secondary education they have to pay for their lunches and school uniform. Some poorer children are unable to pay and without support would be excluded from school. Secondary education is for 4 years and the cost of support provided varies depending on whether the students are day scholars or boarders. We are currently supporting 44 children.

2020 Task Fundraising
Tandridge Academic Support for Kenya - 2019 Newsletter No 8

TASK is currently sponsoring 44 students as we have 13 new students that joined Form 1 in January 2020. There are six students sitting for their KCSE exams (A level equivalent) this year.  

Last year we raised £1,000 for TASK on the quiz night and a total of £5,061 money from our refreshments fund, 2 direct sponsorships and other events. We still haven't received an update from the teachers as the pandemic delayed the university intake for 2020. 
This year all government schools were closed in March due to Covid-19. Schools reopened on 19th October after 7 months hiatus. Not all students are back at school but the Class 8 and Form 4 students who will sit for their KCPE (Kenya Certificate of Primary Education) and KCSE (Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education) exams respectively have all reported to school. The end of year exams are normally held in October/November. The candidates can't sit for their exams this year as they've missed so much on their curriculum. The government has announced that the exams will now be sat for in April/May 2021. 

From January 2018, the government started to pay the tuition fees. However, the students still have to pay for their lunch, buy books and school uniforms. We also pay boarding fees for some of the students.

Thank you for supporting TASK!!

Tandridge Academic Support for Kenya - 2018 Newsletter No 7

TASK is currently sponsoring 34 students. We have 11 new students that joined Form 1 in January 2019.  Out of the 6 students who sat for the KCSE examinations in 2018, two joined public universities in August 2019 and one is in college.

This year there are also 6 students sitting for their KCSE exams (A level equivalent) and they will finish their exams on 22nd November 2019. 

A total of £930 was raised on the quiz night and we've received a donation bringing our total to £960. We raised £3,445.40 from refreshments and other events over the year as well as 2 direct sponsorships bringing the total raised to £4,905.40.

From January 2018, the Kenyan government started to pay tuition fees for all high school students attending state schools. The students still have to pay for their lunch, buy books, school uniforms, PTA and Development funds. We also pay boarding fees for some of the students.

Thank you for supporting TASK!!

Tandridge Academic Support for Kenya - 2017 Newsletter No 6

TASK is currently sponsoring 30 students as we have 12 new students that joined Form 1 in January 2018. There are six students sitting for their KCSE exams (A level equivalent) this year.  

Last year we had a total of 12 candidates. 3 of the candidates passed the KCSE examinations and are studying at public universities. The three students are Magdalene Chege, Elizabeth Kinuthia and Patrick Njonge. 3 other students are in college and polytechnics.

We raised a total of £855 on the quiz night and £3,033 on refreshments over the year as well as donations for 3 direct sponsorships bringing the total raised to £4,638.

From January 2018, the government started to pay for the tuition fees. However, the students still have to pay for their lunch, buy books and school uniforms. We also pay boarding fees for some of the students.

Thank you for supporting TASK!!