Braeburn Imani International School

By | February 3, 2021

Braeburn Imani school is a co-educational international school in Nairobi, Kenya. We teach children from age 3 to 18, following the National Curriculum of England and Wales. We are a member of the Braeburn Group of International Schools

Braeburn Imani International School (BIIS) is one of the newest schools in the Braeburn group and we are looking forward to a very bright future. Imani School was originally established in the Del Monte pineapple plantation in 1969, when it was taken over by Braeburn in January 2011; a new chapter in the history of the school began. With the move to a brand new building on a new site on Mangu Road in Thika, just off Thika Road in September 2013, and four years later we are now well established and enjoying the newly developed facilities which will continue to develop over the next few years in terms of facilities and academic success.

Braeburn Imani International School Admissions

Before starting the admissions process we recommend you visit the school for a tour, or have an informal chat with the headteacher if you are out of the country. Final admission is subject to interview with the headteacher.

Upon successful completion of the admissions process you will receive a letter from the headteacher confirming the placement and the start date.

Admissions Policy

Braeburn Imani International School follows the admission policy of the Braeburn Group of International Schools.

Supporting documents

All applicants must provide copies of their passport or copies of birth certificate, previous 2 reports, leaving certificate from previous school.

Children are only placed in year groups according to their age. In exceptional circumstances a child may be placed in a year group below their age band. The reasons for this are normally identified Additional Educational Needs and it is considered in the child’s best interest. This is only agreed with substantial evidence that supports the decision (for example, assessments by an Educational Psychologist).

Children are never placed in a year group above their age band, regardless of academic ability or previous schooling. We believe this is best practice for children’s emotional, social and physical development, as well as their language and communication development, especially in the Early Years.

Parents of children with birthdays in July or August will be given a choice if they wish to hold their children back in a year group so they are the oldest in the class not the youngest. The advantages and possible disadvantages (sports) will be explained to parents on admission so they can make an informed decision.

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How to Apply to Braeburn Imani International School

Use this form to start the process of applying for a place at Braeburn Braeburn Imani International School. We will get in touch to arrange a tour or a chat with the headteacher.

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Braeburn Imani International School Fee Structure

Deposits are charged once on joining the school but must be topped up if deductions are made for losses or breakages. The deposit (or balance thereof) is refundable at the end of a pupil’s final term following clearance by the headteacher.

Year 11, 12 and 13 fees are billed in two tranches in August and December. Fees for all other years are billed in three tranches in August, December and April.

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Contact details

Braeburn Imani International School
Mang’u Road (Exit 16A off Thika Highway)
P O Box 750

+254 721 374858
+254 733 497988


Group Contact Information

The school proprietor is Andy Hill
Telephone: +254 (0)730 881000