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Open for Enrolment in Kindergarten and School:

Schedule for your 
private school tour:

More information & 
application form:
English here  - German hier

For general information:

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Health Care at the German School Nairobi

besides First Aid Care, the role of our school nurse is to support student learning. She accomplishs this by implementing strategies that promote student and staff health and safety. She also serves as the coordinator of all school health programs in the following manner:

  • Health Services - serves as the coordinator of the health services program and provides nursing care for example for crises intervention, for acute illness and drugs administration, injury and emotional disturbances
  • Supports families with management of  chronically ill children in the school
  • Screens and evaluates findings for deficits in vision, hearing, dental, scoliosis, growth, etc
  • Health Education -  provides health education to students, staff and parents
  • Healthy Environment - identifies health and safety concerns in the school environment and promotes a nurturing social environment
  • Nutritional Services - supports healthy food services programs
  • Physical Education/Activity - supports in promoting healthy physical education, sports policies and practices
  • Counseling - provides health counseling, assesses mental health needs, provides interventions and refers students to appropriate school staff or community agencies
  • Staff Wellness - provides health education and counseling, promote healthy activities and environment for school staff


 Office opening hours

Monday to Thursday: 07.30 am - 2.00 pm and 3.00 pm - 5.00 pm

Friday: 07.30 am - 1.00 pm

Contact details



Download Students' Health form for kindergarten & school here.

"Walking Blood Bank"

Experience, especially in the form of accidents, has shown us again and again, how important it is to know one's blood group. Depending on what the injuries are, and how serious they are, victims of accidents may first need an instant blood transfusion before they can have any other treatment.

Although all major hospitals In Nairobi do have a limited amount of blood available for transfusion, in most cases they will only use this once they have confirmed they will be able to replace this adequately.

The Regional Medical Office of the German Embassy has put together a list of blood groups together, the so-called "Walking Blood Bank." You too, can register yourself on this list, as a blood donor, which would then also allow you to be a recipient of a blood transfusion should the need arise.

Further information on the 'Walking Blood Bank", as well as registration forms can be found here.