One school – one campus.
Situated within Brackenhurst Botanic Garden, with over 500 species of trees, 180 species of birds, and our flagship species, the Black and White Colobus Monkey, Woodland Star International School is without a doubt home to one of the most beautiful, spacious and green campuses in Nairobi.
All of our classes – the Early Years, the Primary Years, the Middle Years and High School take place on one, large campus. This, in addition to our small class sizes, with a teacher-student ratio of no more than 1:8, allows for meaningful interaction and remarkable multi-age learning between our students of various ages.
Whilst all of our classrooms and facilities are on one campus, this campus is divided into an upper, middle, and lower section.
- The upper section is generally home to our Early Years and our Lower Primary Years children. Here they have their own, enclosed play areas with lots of space, jungle gyms and sandpits, as well as their own outdoor classroom.
- Children in the Upper Primary Years generally find themselves in the middle section, complete with their own soccer pitch, open classroom verandas, and several outdoor classrooms.
- Learners in the Middle Grades and High School find themselves in the lower section, which includes patio space, outside learning areas, our school’s Performing Arts Center, and cafeteria.
Our amazing campus provides the ideal environment for the implementation of our unique curriculum in multi-aged classrooms. It allows us to meet the individual needs of each student and to take them on their own academic path. It fosters and increases excitement and creativity, motivating our students to explore the physical and natural world around them through interest-based activities relating to the real world.