1. The principal is close to the students while the deputy is close to the parents.
  2. The principal is close to the DOS while the deputy is close to G&C.
  3. The principal is dumb while the deputy is deaf.
  4. Great schools are established, good schools are founded, other schools are formed.
  5. Results are made in the staffroom, then the classroom.
  6. There are no camps in the staffroom.
  7. School is structures, then school is systems, then school is cultures.
  8. They focus on performance before results.
  9. It’s not about the duration of boardroom meetings, it’s about the implementation of the ideas discussed.
  10. The staff focuses on outcome before the income.


Vidambu is an Academic Mentor with over 2000 high schools in Kenya running his academic programs.
His Academic Mentorship Programs revolve around Syllabus Coverage, Syllabus Understanding Strategies, Content Mastery, Content Retention, Content Delivery, Proper Revision Techniques, Time Management Strategies, Working Timetable, Study Book, Classroom/Staffroom Intercordination, Academic Cultures, Study Habits, among other great topics.
He is a Trainer of Principals during KESSHA conferences and teachers.
He is the President of Global Student Mentorship Foundation, Author, and a Lecturer.
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