In an increasingly technological dependent society, ICT proficiency is a must have credential for young people. Our task is to equip all learners with the crucial hands-on skills and knowledge necessary in everyday life. The department is also charged with providing reliable access to the IT infrastructure for both students and staff through a stable and effective IT network, appropriate to their learning and teaching needs so that they can reach their full potential.
The introduction of Interactive Boards has made the learning process much more vivid and exciting for all subjects. We strive to make Nairobi Academy a model institution as far as embracing and adopting new technology goes.
Key Stage 3 (Years 7, 8 and 9
Nairobi Academy follows the Cambridge ICT Starters syllabus with examination and certification at the end of Year 9.
Key Stage 4 IGCSE
The Nairobi Academy offers the CAMBRIDGE CIE IGCSE Information and Communication Technology (0417) Papers 1, 2 and 3. The Information and Communication Technology syllabus combines theoretical and practical studies focusing on the ability to use common software applications, including word processors, spreadsheets, databases, interactive presentation software, e-mail, web browsers and website design.
Key Stage 5 A-Levels
Again, the school offers the Cambridge CIE A & AS Level: Applied Information and Communication Technology (9713) both Theory and Practical Students following this syllabus will develop, and learn to apply, a broad range of ICT skills, while also gaining an understanding of the way ICT is used in the world of work. The syllabus introduces students to the structure and use of ICT systems within a wide range of organisations, including the use of a variety of computer networks. As a result, students learn about ICT system life cycles, and how these affect the workplace. They also gain an understanding of the wider impact of ICT on society in general.  (Mr. Michael Muteshi - Head of Department)