Kaptagat Prospectus 1969

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  opportunity and the Headmaster and his staff are always available to talk over their children's work. An appointment is preferable but not essential. Should a visit take place on a week day there is no reason at all why parents should not see their children, visit their classroom or watch them playing games.
Annual Prize Giving and Speech Days
        We have welcomed the following as our Guests of Honour:-
    Mrs. Zoe Foster (Founder of the School)
    Bishop Keith Russell (Bishop of Northern Uganda)
      Sir Frederick Crawford K.C.M.G., O.B.E. (Governor of Uganda)
  How would one sum up, in a few words, the aims of the School?
  We try to provide at Kaptagat an essentially happy community which by virtue of the range of its facilities and its strong corporate sense, can cater for, and benefit the widest possible range of character.
  Lt. Col. R. B. Barcroft (Journalist and Broadcaster)
    Sir Eric Griffith Jones C.M.G., Q.C. (Acting Governor of Kenya)
          S. H. Fazan C.M.G., C.B.E. (Provincial Commissioner) P. E. Wright M.C. (Eastern Produce Tea Company)
  The School aims to develop those qualities of leadership and independence of thought which are more in demand now than ever before; based on a healthy, happy and cultured school life with sensible ideas about religion, work, discipline and games.
    The Rt. Hon. Malcolm MacDonald (Governor-Genera/ of Kenya)
  Prefects are expected to be helpful and considerate to the young, and carry out their responsibilities without reward or privileges.
  Sir Edward Mutesa I I (The President of Uganda)
    Joc Lynam (Headmaster of the Dragon School, Oxford)
          Dr. The Rev. Donald Lord Soper (President of the Methodist Conference)
  Consequently there is no multitude of vexatious rules. The School's life is grounded on the known principles of right living and appeal is made to live up to these principles. A candid atmosphere is the inevitable result.
    The Hon. Dr. J. G. Kiano E.G.H. M.P. (Minister of Education for Kenya)