WILDLIFE CLUB

  

This is a club that comprises students from Forms 1-4 who register as members and are given WCK cards. The club is currently being coordinated by the club patron, Mrs. Werunga. 

Our Motto: 
Learn to conserve for a better tomorrow. 
The symbol of WCK is a lesser Bush baby which in Kiswahili is called KOMBA. 
 WCK Objectives 
1.To spread interest and knowledge about wildlife and the environment to the people of Kenya and East Africa in general.
2.To enhance awareness of the great benefit of environment including economic benefits, cultural benefits and aesthetic value of the natural resources.
3.To develop a better understanding of the need to conserve natural resources for the benefit of the nation and its people.
WCK Club benefits 
The club receives KOMBA magazines to enlighten learners on environment conservation. 
Reduced entry fee to Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) national parks.
The chance to help conserve wildlife.
Free lectures and videos/slides on environmental issues.
The chance to win presents during WCK competitions.
To partner with the community on environmental conservation. 
Areas of students’ participation: 
•Essay writing competitions.
•Creative art drawing.
•Poems/shairi reciting competitions.
•Tree planting in school. 
•Clean-ups. 
ACHIEVEMENTS BY THE LERNERS.
There is a lot that has been achieved by the learners in this club since its inception, just to mention but a few:
In the year 2014, Dankan Opiyo emerged as the second best students nationally in creative art drawing of the theme, “Combating climate change through sustainable resources” with Giraff Centre. Winners were given a one-week tour to various national parks and reserves up to Mombasa.
In 2015, two of our students, Mary Goretty and Mary Wangare, participated in essay competition hosted by KWS. The theme of the competition was “SAY NO TO POACHING” The two emerged winners, winning themselves shopping vouchers.
Mary Gorrety-10,000
Mary Wangare- 15,000
This was indeed a great motivation to the students and to the club in general.
In 2016, there was another competition, based on the theme, “Go wild for life: ZERO TOLERANCE FOR THE ILLEGAL WILDLIFE TRADE.”
A number of students participated in poems and shairi presentations. Among the poems category, Nakuru West presented a Shairi and took position 1.  We were awarded a Trophy to mark this achievement. Rachael Moraa also presented a solo verse which saw her swiping her way to the top Position 1 and a trophy handed to her for the tremendous achievement. 
Indeed it is such an honor to be a member of the WCK.
Mrs. Werunga,
Club Patron- 2016.

WILDLIFE CLUB OF KENYA (WCK)

This is a club that comprises students from Forms 1-4 who register as members and are given WCK cards. The club is currently being coordinated by the club patron, Mrs. Werunga. 

Our Motto: Learn to conserve for a better tomorrow. 

The symbol of WCK is a lesser Bush baby which in Kiswahili is called KOMBA.  

WCK Objectives 

 1.To spread interest and knowledge about wildlife and the environment to the people of Kenya and East Africa in general. 

 2.To enhance awareness of the great benefit of environment including economic benefits, cultural benefits and aesthetic value of the natural resources.

 3.To develop a better understanding of the need to conserve natural resources for the benefit of the nation and its people.

WCK Club benefits. 

The club receives KOMBA magazines to enlighten learners on environment conservation. 

The chance to help conserve wildlife.

The chance to win presents during WCK competitions.

Free lectures and videos/slides on environmental issues.

 To partner with the community on environmental conservation.

Reduced entry fee to Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) national parks.


Areas of students’ participation: 

      •Creative art drawing.

      •Essay writing competitions.

      •Poems/shairi reciting competitions.

      •Tree planting in school and Environment Clean-ups. 

ACHIEVEMENTS BY THE LEARNERS.

There is a lot that has been achieved by the learners in this club since its inception, just to mention but a few:In the year 2014, Dankan Opiyo emerged as the second best students nationally in creative art drawing of the theme, “Combating climate change through sustainable resources” with Giraff Centre. Winners were given a one-week tour to various national parks and reserves up to Mombasa.


In 2015, two of our students, Mary Goretty and Mary Wangare, participated in essay competition hosted by KWS. The theme of the competition was “SAY NO TO POACHING” The two emerged winners, winning themselves shopping vouchers. Mary Gorrety-10,000 Mary Wangare- 15,000This was indeed a great motivation to the students and to the club in general.


In 2016, there was another competition, based on the theme, “Go wild for life: ZERO TOLERANCE FOR THE ILLEGAL WILDLIFE TRADE.” A number of students participated in poems and shairi presentations. Among the poems category, Nakuru West presented a Shairi and took position 1.  We were awarded a Trophy to mark this achievement. Rachael Moraa also presented a solo verse which saw her swiping her way to the top Position 1 and a trophy handed to her for the tremendous achievement.

 
Indeed it is such an honor to be a member of the WCK.Mrs. Werunga,Club Patron- 2016.

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