The much anticipated website for Simoko Trust School finally went live on October 18th 2017.Read More
I take this opportunity to sincerely welcome you to the Simoko Trust School website. I hope that this website gives a true guide of the school's appeal and ethos, and that it provides all the information you need for assessing the school.
Through this website, we wish to increase our interactions with our esteemed clients and potential parents and pupils. We believe that increased interactions will allow us, the teachers and parents, to positively contribute to the development of the learners and ensure their academic and social excellence.
Our mission as a school is to create value and make a difference in the children so they become effective leaders of tomorrow. In creating value and making a difference, we have endeavored in the past few years to expand and beautify our learning facilities and to provide the best teaching methods. Many of you our visitors to this site and our dear parents and clients have seen our facilities and can testify to our commitment to making our school an icon of excellence in the education sector of Zambia.
A quality education is a right and a necessity. Each child is given individual attention and encouraged to perform to the best of his or her ability
Through our Leadership program we will promote key skills for life such as teamwork, creativity and self-confidence.
We are a caring and secure school committed to facilitating a happy and stimulating academic and social environment, so all children can develop their full potential.
Our staff are keenly focused on the children's learning, progress and attainment.
We are pleased to offer a variety of minibus transport options. Arrangements for door to door pick up for your child can be made on a one way or return basis.
Guaranteed ease of access in and out of the school, as well as proximity to various services.
A new course will teach student high-demand sustainability skills through non-traditional teaching.Read More
The education secretary calls for more compromise in the pay dispute as pupils move closer to exam season.Read More
Homeowners tell the BBC they are being hit harder by rising mortgage rates than soaring fuel and food bills.Read More
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