It is important that our students realise how fortunate they are to be at this school, and the need for people in their position to give something back.  We pursue a variety of projects near the school, carrying out maintenance work, English tuition, and toy donations to surrounding orphanages. We also collaborate with local NGOs, for example Testigo on their permaculture projects for the Masai community, or fundraising for essentials for an albino support organisation.

Within the school, students work on the school farm, or help Primary students with their reading. We also host the annual Edmund Rice camp, where a group of international volunteers puts on a weekend programme of activities for around 80 students from local disadvantaged schools, aided by a group of student leaders from our school.