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

Reading to the extreme

We have received lots of photos within our Extreme Reading focus this term.  Children have been captured reading: on the trampoline in army vehicles on motorbikes in trees in fireplaces with birds on their shoulders in helicopters on roofs upside down with wild animals milking a cow It has ...

KS1 Superstars

The children and teachers in Years 1 and 2 have worked very hard this term to pull together the 2018 Nativity performance. The play – ‘Superstar’ involved every child, included lots of singing, showcased some cool dancing and featured the usual Nativity characters.  The final dress rehearsal was presented ...

Stone Age Lewa

On Thursday 22nd Nov, Y3 travelled to Lewa to enhance their learning about the Stone Age.  Whilst there, they spent time at the Education Centre learning about the importance of wildlife and trees. They were shown a variety of bones from animals which they found incredibly interesting as they ...

Accreditation and memberships

  • Association of International Schools in Africa