“If a child can’t learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn.” – Ignacio ‘Nacho’ Estrada”
Under Tanzania’s educational system, students who finish their Form 4 studies, will have to stay home for about 6 months (November – July) when they will join Advanced Level of Secondary Education (Form 5) or wait until late September to join colleges.

With Six months out of school, these students need dedicated extra tutoring to help them stay on course. It is for this reason that KIWOCE runs the Pre-Form 5 program. Starting in April every year, this program teaches students the selected subjects and topics up to the time when their Form 5 schools open.

The program covers Science and Arts subjects, Computer & Internet, and Life Skills Training.

Many students who have taken this course have found it useful as they were already way ahead of the class by the time they reported to their schools. The Kilimahewa Modern’s Pre-Form 5 program has helped them excel well in their studies while at the same time preventing them from staying home with nothing to do while waiting to join their Form 5 or college studies.

This program normally starts in mid-January and runs through the end of May each year.