Rayudhi Primary School
The community started Rayudhi Primary School in 1985. The pioneers who
were prominent members of the community were disturbed by the distance their pupils were to cover to reach the nearby schools, the long distance contributed to pupils starting school with advance age, others were dropping out of school in Junior classes and this reduced the completion rate in the area.
The above factors and the desire for quality education were the impetus behind the starting of the school. The only existing facility was the Catholic Church that they used to start early Childhood Education Classes, which ran for two years before starting primary classes. The church was also used to start the Lower Primary.
After two years operation at the Catholic Church, community and well-wishers donated 2 1A acres of land where 1 1A ace was given free while one other acre was offered for sale.
The community mobilized, the land was immediately acquired, and semi-permanent classrooms were constructed immediately to provide the classrooms. The Community had a sigh of relief from their long conceived ambition and aspiration of having an institution that offer basic Education.
P.O. Box 797, Suna