School SWOT Analysis

  

SWOT ANALYSIS AND PESTLE ANALYSIS

SWOT ANALYSIS AND PESTLE ANALYSIS

The following is the schools’ SWOT ANALYSIS:

STRENGTHS:-

  • Professional teachers deployed by T.S.C

  • Adequate instructional materials

  • Supportive  B.O.G, P.T.A and parents.

  • Basic infrastructural facilities (4 classes)

  • Hard- working staff – intrinsically motivated

  • Funding by the Government (FSE & CDF)

WEAKNESSES:-

  • Understaffing

  • Many vulnerable students

  • Inadequate infrastructure

  • High poverty levels

  • Lack of self- drive in  students

  • Lack of self acceptance / negative self – image by students

OPPORTUNITIES

  • CDF & MOE donation of funds

  • Bursaries from CDF, Local authority & MOE

  • Favorable political environment

  • Fertile arable land.

THREATS

  • Many sponsor assisted day schools in the neighbourhood which attract more students due to sometimes reduced fees or provision of free uniforms or books.

  • Lack of a reading culture

  • Proximity to shopping centers with rampant drug abuse tendecies.

PESTEL  ANALYSIS

The broader issues in the local environment that affects the school are as analyzed here below:- 

POLITICAL FACTORS

  • The school is in good raport with the local political setting, hence, soliciting for grants, fund and materials is possible.

  • Needy students can also be easily assisted through  bursary

ECONOMIC FACTORS

  • High  poverty levels hamper  collection of fees 

  • Unemployment levels within local community creates insecurity

  • Prevailing inflation affects procurement of goods and services.

SOCIAL FACTORS

  • Good relations with the community helps market the school

  • The local community attitude towards education is positive, greatly encouraging students to put more effort in study.

  • Unstable family settings affect students

TECHNOLOGICAL FACTORS

  • School has  few computers and future internet connectivity will broaden learning facilities offered to students

  • Motor-cycles operation within the local community eases movement  for both teachers and students.

  • Availability of electricity will facilitate computers and  internet connectivity .

ECOLOGICAL  FACTORS

  • Untreated piped water could lead to water borne diseases to students hence causing absenteeism.

  • To have tree and fruit nurseries

  • Start environmental club

  • Planting flowers to improve environment.

  • Fencing to protect the school

LEGAL FACTORS

  • Labour laws can cause sudden salary increments, thus affecting school budget.

  • Suppliers may resort to legal proceedings to recover school debts hence causing unplanned  heffty payments in cost thereafter.

  • Children act

  • Education act

Millennium development goals 

The following is the schools’ SWOT ANALYSIS:

STRENGTHS:-

  • Professional teachers deployed by T.S.C

  • Adequate instructional materials

  • Supportive  B.O.G, P.T.A and parents.

  • Basic infrastructural facilities (4 classes)

  • Hard- working staff – intrinsically motivated

  • Funding by the Government (FSE & CDF)

WEAKNESSES:-

  • Understaffing

  • Many vulnerable students

  • Inadequate infrastructure

  • High poverty levels

  • Lack of self- drive in  students

  • Lack of self acceptance / negative self – image by students

OPPORTUNITIES

  • CDF & MOE donation of funds

  • Bursaries from CDF, Local authority & MOE

  • Favorable political environment

  • Fertile arable land.

THREATS

  • Many sponsor assisted day schools in the neighbourhood which attract more students due to sometimes reduced fees or provision of free uniforms or books.

  • Lack of a reading culture

  • Proximity to shopping centers with rampant drug abuse tendecies.

PESTEL  ANALYSIS

The broader issues in the local environment that affects the school are as analyzed here below:- 

POLITICAL FACTORS

  • The school is in good raport with the local political setting, hence, soliciting for grants, fund and materials is possible.

  • Needy students can also be easily assisted through  bursary

ECONOMIC FACTORS

  • High  poverty levels hamper  collection of fees 

  • Unemployment levels within local community creates insecurity

  • Prevailing inflation affects procurement of goods and services.

SOCIAL FACTORS

  • Good relations with the community helps market the school

  • The local community attitude towards education is positive, greatly encouraging students to put more effort in study.

  • Unstable family settings affect students

TECHNOLOGICAL FACTORS

  • School has  few computers and future internet connectivity will broaden learning facilities offered to students

  • Motor-cycles operation within the local community eases movement  for both teachers and students.

  • Availability of electricity will facilitate computers and  internet connectivity .

ECOLOGICAL  FACTORS

  • Untreated piped water could lead to water borne diseases to students hence causing absenteeism.

  • To have tree and fruit nurseries

  • Start environmental club

  • Planting flowers to improve environment.

  • Fencing to protect the school

LEGAL FACTORS

  • Labour laws can cause sudden salary increments, thus affecting school budget.

  • Suppliers may resort to legal proceedings to recover school debts hence causing unplanned  heffty payments in cost thereafter.

  • Children act

  • Education act

Millennium development goals 

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