The Future of Education
On 29th November 2017, the GEMS Cambridge International School Nairobi hosted a panel of educators to discuss the future of education and how to prepare your children for the world of 2030 and beyond. Watch now to learn more.
5 Apr 2018
The GEMS Cambridge International Schools- Nairobi family, is made up of different individuals and amongst which we have Autistic parents, staff and students. Towards the end of term two, we had a student-led “Autism Awareness Week” ...
26 Feb 2018
It is a popular misconception in Kenya that the British curriculum or National Curriculum of England is a piece of cake; at least compared to our system (8-4-4- that is set to change) which was based off the curriculum.
26 Feb 2018
Paul Watuwa says sport is deeply embedded into his DNA. It is therefore no wonder that his decision to take up BTEC sport last year resulted in a win for both him and the school! On February 3, 2018, Pearson held their annual award ceremony ....
Learn. Aspire. Be
Welcome to Kenya and welcome to GEMS Cambridge International School Nairobi. Our mission is to inspire students to become knowledgeable leaders with a global vision and develop character through a supportive and diverse community.
At the heart of the GEMS Cambridge International Nairobi experience is an engaging and challenging academic environment that gives students the desire and skills to achieve at the highest level based on an English curriculum. Outside of the classroom, students develop their talents and abilities through involvement in fine arts, athletics, school clubs, and service organizations.