Makini Schools has counsellors and trained peer mentors available to all pupils and students. They aim to guide the children toward being dependable, responsible, high achievers, problem solvers and morally upright individuals.
All sections/ campuses have teacher counsellors (both female and male) who have not only studied psychology related units during their teacher training, but have also been equipped with enough guidance and counseling skills through further training arranged by the school management.
Panel subject teachers, class coordinators, senior teachers, deputies and head teachers of every section play a key role in supporting the Guidance and Counseling services. The committee has been implementing the national Guidance and Counselling standards which are in line with the Makini Vision and Mission. They are divided into three groups: academic, personal/social and career development.
School counsellors design and deliver comprehensive school counseling programmes which are comprehensive in scope, preventive in design and developmental in nature.
Such programmes enable our learners to explore hidden talents, self, strengths and weaknesses and further use the given opportunity to transform and transcend the anticipated moral values.