Nairobi - Post Report Question and Answers

Are local sports classes and/or activities available for kids?

My kids mostly do things through their school, but there are plenty of other things to get involved in here: dance, art, martial arts, gymnastics, golf, horseback riding, pickle ball, tennis, and of course, soccer, just to name a few. - Mar 2024

Mostly through the schools though private lessons for virtually anything are cheap and easily available (gymnastics, tennis, swimming, etc). - Aug 2023

Some through the schools. - Mar 2022

Most sports classes are done at school. However, there are dance schools available in Kenya. - Jun 2018

Yes, there are many classes and camps and lessons available. Many companies will come to the house for gymnastics, swimming, music, etc. - Jul 2016

only at school - private schools of course. - Sep 2015

A lot at the schools and the Embassy tries to organize baseball and dodgeball periodically. - Aug 2015

Yes, the schools have everything and the embassy has several volunteer-run sports programs. - May 2015

Through the schools. - Dec 2014

I believe so. - Jun 2014

Yes, soccer, baseball, tennis, probably more if I looked into it too. - Jun 2014

Yes. There are many, either through schools or at the UN. - Jun 2013

Yes, mostly through the UN. They have week-long holiday camps at school breaks or during the summer for a reasonable price (4,000 ksh to 5,000 ksh per week). ISK holds a few weeks of sports camps in June. - Aug 2012

Yes. Through the school or private. Some programs will come to you if you have enough kids and enough room. It can take a bit of time to ferret these out, but I've been pleasantly surprised by what's available for kids. - Dec 2011

Primarily through the schools. - Dec 2011

The schools offer sports programs. - Sep 2011

Yes, many. Many activities for school-age children: lessons, etc. - Dec 2010

Yes but limited. - Dec 2009

Through school. - Jul 2009

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