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Fr. Seite, SL-Tagung Berlin
Fr. Seite, SL-Conference Berlin

1. Schultag neue Stipendiaten
1st school day new scholarship holders

MUN Kl. 7-6 Frau Shah
MUN Kl. 7-6 Frau Shah

SchilF PQM

PA Sitzung
PA Meeting

Zeugniskonferenz GS, 9-11, Zulassungskonferenz 12, Unterricht wird vertreten
Certificate conference GS, 9-11, admission conference 12, teaching is present

Notenschluss GS 13.30
Note closure GS 1.30 PM

Fortbildung OLK 5
Training OLK 5

Fortbildung DaF/DFU Kairo
Training DaF/DFU Kairo

AG Presentation's Woche
AG Presentation week

Ligi Ndogo - The Little League

Since the 4th of October 2008, the German School Nairobi is the home of the 4thLigi Ndogo (Little Football League) centre for children. Ligi Ndogo is a Kenyan programme with three principal aims:

1. Children between the ages of 5 and 12 have the opportunity to learn football with competent trainers.

2. Young Kenyan football talent can be recognised early, and can be promoted both in terms of nurturing the talent as well as strengthening character.

3. Team sport is an excellent way of bridging the gap between rich and poor population groups.

The Ligi Ndogo is managed as a private company, which is financed mainly by advertising and contributions by parents from well-to-do homes. It already has centres on Ngong Road, in Langata and in South C. The German School Nairobi makes its football fields available to the Ligi Ndogo every Saturday morning for a small fee. This "Gigiri Centre" offers the opportunity of bringing children from Runda and its environs together with those from Githogoro and Huruma. This of course is in perfect harmony with the three aims of the league.

The German School Nairobi sees the following additional advantages of this league:

  • It is a good advertising tool for the school, when families from well-to do backgrounds visit the school and get to know its educational system.
  • The field that would normally not be used on a Saturday morning is thus being well-used, and brings in a small income which benefits the Sports Department of the school.

Students of the German School are welcome to participate in the Ligi Ndogo Programme, which also organises football tournaments each year, with the final grand prize of a football trip to Manchester.

For more information, please contact the trainer for this centre, Mr Ali,(0720 247841) or Dr Tenambergen (0726 677955) Information on the Ligi Ndogo can be found on its website:

Contact numbers for the Ligi Ndogo are 020 521 3426 and 0720 681 831. You can also go to the Ligi Ndogo offices on Ngong Road, which are open daily from Monday to Saturday from 9.00 a.m. to 06.30 p.m.