Discovering Africa in the Classroom program provides a comprehensive approach to integrating African culture, history, and literature through Folktales into Civics and Social studies lessons.

Teachers can use a variety of African folktales to capture students’ attention and promote cultural awareness, empathy, and a broader understanding of global citizenship. The stories can be used to teach themes such as leadership, justice, human rights, community, and conflict resolution. By analyzing these tales, students can compare and contrast cultural norms and expectations, fostering a broader perspective on global citizenship.


Welcome to the taste of Kenya
We offer cooking workshops, Take away and incidental catering only on appointments. Book a Workshop/takeaway/catering service

Kenya lies on the East African Coast. A coast on the Indian Ocean that was already busy with traders from Persia, Middle east and India as early as 400 BC. This can be seen through the language Swahili, Architecture and food.
Kenyan food has a mix of Asian and Arabic recipes. They go hand in hand with traditional African foods.


These dishes offer a delightful taste of Kenya’s culinary diversity, blending African, Asian, and Arabic influences. Participants in our cooking workshops have the opportunity to savor the flavors of Kenya while learning to prepare these delicious dishes themselves. 


Mukimo is a tasty staple food among the Gikuyu people and is cooked by mashing green peas, potatoes, maize, and pumpkin leaves or spinach leaves all together. It is usually accompanied with beef curry or beans

Millet porridge

This is fermented millet porridge. It is delicious . Usually served in a calabash.


These are soft and layered flat breads that are eaten in many East African homes. It is very light and is eaten with tea, beef stew, beans, lentils or vegetables.


Samosas are triangular-shaped pastries that are deep-fried and usually filled with minced meat. The fillings can also be potatoes or lentils. This dish is very flavourful, and it’s a perfect evening snack to have with wine.


Sweet potato mashed with brown beans in a clay pot. A delicacy among the Abaluhya community.


Don’t miss your chance to embark on an incredible journey with Discovering Africa. Dive into African history, music, geography, spirituality, traditions, and more. If you’re eager to start your discovery or stay updated on our latest insights, reach out to us today.