The covid 19 pandemic disturbed most important fields in Kenya and the whole World. It affected financial institutions and also the academic calendar. Initially, national examinations were done at the end of each academic year. But due to the pandemic effects, National Examinations in our country are set to begin as from 19/03/2021.
Learners, teachers and parents are aware of the examinations. Preparations are on for the national examinations. That is why, the Teachers Service Commission cancelled all the leaves for it's employees and ordered the officers who were on recess to come back to duty.
The Ministry of Education on the other side is prepared for the function. This is clearly evidenced from the Education Cabinet Secretary professor George Magoha who has been moving round from one school to another assessing the preparedness of schools for National Examinations.
In his latest school visit, Professor George Magoha visited Chavakali High School where he encouraged learners not to fear examinations since best results are expected this year.
Prof George Magoha now cautions 30,000 primary schools heads against putting grade four learners who will start their school based examinations on pleasure. This is good news for our parents and children since they are assured of good treatment, which will result to best performance. Remember, our current grade four learners are the founders of the new education system, that is CBC.
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