Indian Public School, Nairobi  is the first CBSE Delhi Affiliated School in Kenya with its affiliation number 8130001. IPS curriculum is approved by Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development under the Ministry of Education Kenya.

IPS Management, Staff , Parents and Students are Thankful to Hon’ble Principal Secretary Ministry of Education Kenya for  granting us necessary permissions to operate Indian Public School in Kenya, and to all the officials of  the High Commission of India  specially Her Excellency Madam Suchitra Durai , The Hon’ble High Commissioner of India to Kenya for encouraging and supporting us in introducing this school in Kenya.

The school is registered with the Ministry of Education in Kenya, and was granted CBSE affiliations up to Secondary level in the month of August 2018.

As required by CBSE Delhi, necessary NOC/Recommendations for the same were obtained from Ministry of Education Kenya and Indian High Commission-Nairobi.

As a democratic school, IPS Nairobi encourages all students to have the freedom of speech, religion and thought, and nudges them to explore, think, learn and exchange ideas. Moreover, the cultural diversity on campus created by students from across the globe allows students to experience a wide range of traditions, cuisines and ethnicity.

IPS offers well-etched programs with inter-relatedness between different subjects and themes. This develops a deeper understanding of important concepts which have local and global significance. Exposure to other languages, cultures and practices of the world, encourages students to become informed global citizens.

The Management and the staff of Indian Public School Nairobi are committed to:

  1. Provide a safe and orderly environment in which students can learn, feel secure and be valued as individuals.
  2. Provide a broad and balanced curriculum. Encourage all students to do their best and to have a pride in achievements.
  3. Set and mark homework / assignment timely.
  4. Communicate with parents / guardians about any concerns with regard to work, behaviour & attendance.
  5. Welcome the constructive views of parents and students.
  6. Try to fulfil all its promises, but we must understand that development of certain facilities, takes its own time.