Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Independence Day - 11 March 2016

The 12th March is the most important day in the history of Mauritius. On this fortunate day our country became free after many centuries: "Nu pays, Nu paradis".
In school we celebrate the Independence day with great zeal every year on the 11th March. Preparations were made to make this event a success. Our guest of honour, Mr.Thomas, an ex-Keats students is now an assistant supervisor in logistic and distributions at Harel Mallac Group of Companies.

We had the pleasure to assist our multi-talented students in presenting their show. The Master of ceremony was a student, Mr.Pentiah and our headboy, Leon David accompanied by his musical troop presented his own interpretation of a sega named:"Nu ti zile". Refreshment was provided at the end and the Keats Staff was all invited for a tea party in order to celebrate.

We also had the surprise to participate in another double celebration: the 60th birthday of our Maths Colleague, Mr.Deerpalsing and the retirement of our Economics Colleague, Mr.Koomar.

Article: Mrs. Nabiilah Jannoo

Images: Mr.David Johnson & Lionel Laverdure





























Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Chinese New Year @ Keats College

Chinese New year was celebrated at Keats College on Friday 5 February 2016. The Manager, Mr.Clement Wong Ah Sui and our Chemistry Educator, Mr.Robert Cut offered the chinese delicacies to the Keats staff on that occasion. Keats Family wishes you a Happy Chinese New Year!

Article: Mrs. Nabiilah Jannoo
Images: Mr. David Johnson










Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Cross Country 2016

The cross country was held @ Saint-Felix Sugar Estate for Boys and Chazal Chamouny for Girls in the presence of Police Officers and First Aiders. There was also refreshment provided for the students and Keats Staff.

Article: Mrs. Nabiilah Jannoo
Images: Mr. Nagoulen Carooppunen













Thursday, January 21, 2016

Hsc Professinal 2016 @ Keats College

The HSC professional curriculum has as objective to address the mismatch between the skills acquired by students and the requirements of the labour market.

Keats College is among the 12 colleges in Mauritius which is offering this new syllabus as a pilot project for a period of two years since January 2015. To explain to our students the details of this new Cambridge Technical subject, we had the honour to welcome the personnel from the MES namely: Dr.Fokeera-Wahedally and Mr.Khushal. The challenges that this new syllabus are bringing about are the Cambridge Technical in ICT, the global perspective and the work placement during the holidays. The students will not have an examination after two years, instead portfolio-based assessments will be given after completion of each of the 6 units.

Keats College has invited the students accompanied by their parents from neighbouring colleges who are interested in this subject. They had the chance to witness the enriching experiences of our HscPro students who joined the program since January 2015.

This new combination of subjects at HSC level seems to be very promising for our youngsters.

Article: Mrs. Nabiilah Jannoo
Images: Mr. Jovin Muthada Pottayya (Hsc Pro Student)







Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Swimming classes - Prevocational Department

It is with great enthusiasm that the prevocational department  at Keats College is offering Swimming Classes to its students. The swimming coach, Mr.Dhookit , the physical education teacher, Mr. David and two officers from the national coast guard ensure the tight security of the students when they are at the Point Aux Roches beach. Catering for the holistic development of our students has always been our priority at Keats College.

Article: Mrs. Nabiilah Jannoo
Images: Mr. Avish Ramgoolam