The ministry of education is the one responsible for the academic activities in primary and secondary schools in Kenya, since last year when learning resumed after months of schools closure due to Covid-19 pandemic, schools have been using a new calender which has helped to achieve the normal calender as soon as possible.
The school calender is set to return to normal in January next year, the ministry of education has released calender for next year. The first term is set to begin on 23.01.2023 and it will end on 21.04.2023, term two will begin on 08.05.2023 and it will end on 11.08.2023 and third term will begin on 28.08.2023 and on 03.11.2023.
Parents will have to pay more money for fees in January, this is after the end of the fee subsidy which the government introduced due to the reduced timelines, with the normal calendar, the fees have increased.
Students in national and extra county schools will pay Ksh.53,554, parents whose parents study in public schools outside Nairobi, Nakuru, Mombasa, Kisumu, Nyeri, Thika and Eldoret will pay Ksh.40,000.
Parents whose children study in special needs school will pay Ksh.12,790 per year up from Ksh.10,860.
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