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Private school on the spot for refusing to admit students who did not pay for e-learning


A Private School in Kahawa Sukari is on the spot for reportedly sending away students who did not pay for their virtual learning when the schools were closed during the coronavirus pandemic.

Sukari Presbyterian Academy has written to  parents of a child informing him that their son is no longer a student of the school since they failed to enroll him for the school’s e-learning programme.

“This is to inform you that since your child failed to enroll for the school’s e-learning programme despite frequent reminders for the last five months. the pupil is considered to have withdrawn from the school,”read the letter in part.

A Copy Of The Sukari Presbyterian Academy letter written to parents informing them that their son will not be allowed back because he did not register for the school’s e-learning prgramme. PHOTO/COURTESY

The letter further advises the parents of the child to seek re-admission of their child if they are still interested in learning at the school.

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“Admission will be subject to the child measuring to the standard of his/her class availability of space and ability to meet financial obligations among other conditions,” read the letter.

Private schools have been on the spot for making unrealistic demands to parents since the announcement of the re-opening of schools after they were closed for more than six months due to the coronavirus pandemic.