KPSA was founded in 1994 by visionary owners in the then well-established private schools in Nairobi and other parts of the country. Currently the KPSA is represented in 38 county branches across the country:
To be the natural representative body and voice of private education in Kenya. To liaise with relevant Government ministries and departments on matters affecting Education provision in the country. promote establishment growth and good management of private schools by provision of useful and relevant information. Provide interactive and constructive forum for investors in education were they network, bench mark, share experiences and best management practices in Education
Registration Certificate By The Ministry Of Education. Annual Subscription of Ksh 7,500 Paid Yearly and membership fee amount of Ksh 10,000 Paid Once. Benefits of a Kenya Private Schools Association Member.
Positively influence the national curriculum reform agenda to the benefit of private schools and the country at large. Lobby successfully for the inclusion of private primary schools in the new Curriculum teacher training. implementation of the waiver of KCPE and KCSE levies for Kenyan citizen in private schools. implementation of fair form one selection guidelines for children in private schools. In the development of NEMIS by government of kenya KPSA did provide much support. Partnership with KEMI on management, leadership and schools development for head teachers senior teachers and directors. An MOU signed in July, 2018. Partnership with CEMASTEA on training of teachers in mathematics and sciences through partnership and collaboration with KPSA. Training of teachers on competency based curriculum ( CBC ) and reached over 4000 private schools. Established a close relationship with the MOE on various issues touching on Education. Inclusion of KPSA in KCPE and KCSE monitoring. Kenya Private Schools Insurance Agency KPSIA is a subsidiary investment arm of The Kenya Private Schools Association that was formed with the intention of supporting KPSA members and their activities country wide. Insurance regulatory authority (IRA) has fully registered KPSIA as an insurance agency and has been given the mandate to transact business as an intermediary between the Kenya private schools and insurance companies.
To be an Insurance Intermediary of Choice for schools
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Facilitate negotiations for all your insurance products and ensure competitive terms and conditions for KPSA members. Facilitate for specific insurance products tailor made for KPSA Schools. KPSA does ensure appropriate risk analysis to give a cover. Ensure that management and claims settlements are done promptly FACILITATE TRAINING FOR SCHOOL DIRECTORS, TEACHERS, NONE TEACHING STAFF AND PARENTS ON INSURANCE MATTERS An insurance claim is a formal request by a policyholder to an insurance company for coverage or compensation for a covered loss or policy event. The insurance agency ( KPSIA) will earn commissions from all insurance companies that cover you. The income generated will fund KPSA activities country wide.
Unfortunately, you may have a valid claim, and the other driver's insurance company refuses to pay for it, you need to pursue it or even involve an insurance lawyer.
Motor vehicles- comprehensive and third party: Director’s car. School buses. School vans. Asset Insurance- permanent structures and buildings Medical covers – Individual life covers, Students, staff and Directors, Group life covers. WIBA Fire and related perils insurance Burglary Insurance Students personal accident covers Public Liability Travel Insurance
We are in the process of formulating attractive incentives for school directors who onboard their schools. KPSIA need members help to help them achieve our goals and objectives.