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“Empowering Teachers of Private Schools”

P.O.BOX 6959-00300, NAIROBI, KENYA. TEL: +254 716 805 480 | +254 795 363 521


We Endeavor:

  1. To be the National representative body and voice of all Teachers in private schools.
  2. Liaise with Ministry of Education to ensure that teachers in private schools are engaged in policies related to Education.
  3. Liaise with TSC and County Governments to be referring our member teachers for government teaching jobs.
  4. Maintaining and promoting better education in Kenya.
  5. Ensuring that teachers in private schools also benefit from forums provided to teachers in public schools.
  6. Ensuring that teachers in private schools also enjoy mandatory benefits from their employers such as NHIF and NSSF.
  7. Organizing Seminars, Training’s, Career Coaching Programs, Mentoring Programs, and leadership skills to our members.
  8. Establishing County Representative branches across the country.
  9. Forming a Sacco for teachers in private schools to better their lives.
  10. Ensuring that we keep a good code of conduct for our teachers in private schools to follow.
  11. Helping teachers who are been exploited, intimidated and victimized by their employers.
  12. Keeping a good data base for all teachers of private schools in Kenya.
  13. Private schools teachers reference Bureau, where we keep clear records of Private schools.
  14. Teachers so that an employer can inquire about his/her new employee conduct in previous institutions.
  15. Negotiating for teachers to get affordable group covers that will benefit them. 
  16. Providing legal aid for members if necessary.
  17. Teacher listings and placements.
  18. Providing members with any changes or upcoming events involving education.



The membership for the association is Ksh 500/- Payable once, and a monthly Subscription Ksh 200/-



  1. Should be a teachers teaching in any private school in Kenya.
  2. Should have acquired or applied for TSC number.
  3. Should observe and keep good morals towards their employers.
  4. Should follow the rules of the associations.