Over the years Karibu Supplementary School has evolved from been a play group for members of Karibu African Women’s Support Group’s Children to been a Children and Youth Club to a study group and now to being a Supplementary School for children 3 to 16 years old.

During these periods we have seen several children of different ethnicities and backgrounds come and go. Several have moved away with their families or moved on to other things. Whilst some have moved away and stopped being in touch many are still in touch with us and regularly sharing their news and adventures.
We are proud of all our ex pupils and particular proud of the all those who are still in touch and doing so well
To name a few:-

Zindzi Wendoh - our first graduate – and now a Medical Doctor who qualified from Sussex University and now married!

Anita Harris – Eze currently a Master Degree student of Psychology at Surrey University

Emily Grace – a final year Degree student in Psychology and Early Childhood at University College Suffolk

Lucy Grace - In full time employment

Daniel Adjei-Henneh 2nd year Sports science undergraduate at Exeter University

Benedicta Ezekwe Sciences A Level student at Suffolk One – hoping to study medicine in the university

Maria Igwebuike on a gap year and volunteering, for us at KSS hoping to go to Leicester University to study Fashion and Design