Amy Migunda

Amy Large16 years old, attending St. Andrew's Senior School, Turi. Amy was awarded a Beacon Scholarship in June, 2015.

Amy achieved 7 A*, 2A and 2B in her IGCSE's in June 2018, and won the Year 11 Excellence Awards for Maths, Sociology and Physics. She is a real all-rounder, representing the school in hockey, rounders, track events and high jump; she also achieved Distinction in her Grade 6 LAMDA exam, and is working towards Grade 5 in guitar. She has taken on increasing levels of responsibility over the year, and has acted as Deputy Academic House Captain, helping to organise inter-house competitions and events. She has great communication and organisational skills.

For her 2017 Beacon Citizenship Project, Amy designed a long-lasting bag to help replace plastic bags, now banned throughout Kenya. She hopes to continue the project by making and selling the bags. She has also visited the Molo Street Children's Project and helped to organise activities for the children.

Amy's father works in marketing, and her mother is between jobs.  

Beacon Workshop Participation

Amy's Summer 2018 Beacon Citizenship Project involved teaching Drama and Creativity at Cheleta primary school in Runda, Nairobi. 

 

Click here to view her Presentation Slides.

 

At Leadership Workshops, Amy gave very good, confident presentations, and has great stage presence. She has brilliant ideas, and is an infuential member of a team.