Braeburn Nanyuki International School

Braeburn Nanyuki International School is a co-educational, multicultural school teaching an international version of the National Curriculum of England. Currently we teach Early Years to Year 7 (12 year olds), but in line with our ongoing commitment to education in Nanyuki, expanding into Year 7 in September 2016 and continuing with that organic growth into Year 8 in September 2017, taking the age group of students up to 13 years old.

Situated at the foot of Mt. Kenya, Braeburn Nanyuki is set in beautifully landscaped gardens with a panaromic view of the mountain. The wood and stone architecture ensures our school blends neatly and unobtrusively with the surrounding natural environment, while large windows allow as much natural light as possible into classrooms as well as providing breathtaking views. We also value the shaded areas and large playing fields that provide endless opportunities for learning outside the classroom.

More than that, we want to give your children an unforgettable experience – a chance to excel as an individual, exploring their strengths and having the opportunity to discover who they are and who they can be. When your child eventually leaves us, we want them to be able to look back on their time at Braeburn Nanyuki with happy memories and a desire to take what they have learned and experienced to make their world a better place.

We look forward to warmly welcoming you and your child to become a part of the Braeburn Nanyuki family – for life.

Eva Kioko, Head of School

Latest News

EYFS Wheels Day

ON YOUR WHEELS... GET SET... GO! Children in Early Years tested their wheels on Wednesday at their Wheels Day event. It was such a fun moment as the children showed their skill in negotiating corners going over ramps and bumps and avoiding obstacles. They also demonstrated Effective Participation and Teamwork ...

The Neanderthal Experience- Year 3 History Trip to Lewa

On Wednesday, 11th October, Year 3 children were out at Lewa for t heir historical enquiry lesson. They were overly excited to explore the historical remains of the prehistoric period looking at primary sources of evidence at the Stone Age museum. Led by Calum and Sophie Mcfalarne, the children discovered ...