We want our children and young people to be better prepared for life in a technologically advanced world and enabled to possess the future that is their own. In a constantly changing world of huge opportunities and unquantifiable amounts of information, they need to be well equipped to navigate and manage their spheres of influence successfully.

Our Partners

Delivering Quality Education Together

Kiko Educational’s commitment to ensuring inclusive and quality education for all and promoting lifelong learning aligns perfectly with Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4), which is one of the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals aimed at addressing global challenges and fostering a more sustainable and equitable future. Let’s explore how Kiko Educational can contribute to the achievement of SDG 4 and why it is a crucial endeavor:


The New Normal

We are not settling for a period of stability that we might refer to as ‘new normal.’

Our past actions and inactions, (settling for the status quo), coupled with ongoing and ever increasing technological advancement, and different value systems, attitudes and standards, point to a fluid, but exciting existence, where the only stability that is experienced is change itself – a transformative change.

It is with this in mind that we have to think of how to reimagine education to meet the needs of an ever-changing future. Moving forward, education has to be creative, all inclusive, transformative, relevant and sustainable.

Our Process

Flexible Professional Development programmes as identified through the development of school improvement plans.

  • Choose from a menu or courses
  • Annual education conference
  • Two – yearly face-to-face sessions
  • Bespoke courses to meet the needs of individual schools
  • In school support
  • Access to online support and other relevant resources
  • Embed quality first principles through a cycle of ongoing training, embedding, monitoring and improvement

Our Structure

  • Work with identified/registered schools (Public and Private).
  • Develop a support / intervention plan.
  • Train up identified well qualified graduates / teachers /middle leaders to help develop expertise in specific subject / pedagogy.
  • Provide evidence based professional development
    programme to identified school staff.
  • Opportuniy for acquired learning to be cascaded to
    others through agreed coaching, mentoring and monitoring processes
  • Develop schools/professional networks – sharing good practice

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