Everyone in the education sector is trying his or her best to adapt this new system of education,the competecy based curriculum (CBC).This system has come with more benefits than it's challenges if only we accept it in all forms.Learners will be involved in acquisition of the knowledge through various learning activities thus opening up their minds winder on what the world hold for them.
All this will be achieved by the learner being undertaken through many different learning areas.Among this is the PE which CS for education has said that it would be made compulsory in both primary and secondary education.Currently physical education is taught in school but not seriously taken as it's not examinable.Though the subject is included in the timetable, it's slot is normally taken up by teachers longing to finish their syllabus for the examinable subjects.
Although primary school teachers are trained to teach PE the ministry's effort to push physical education to be a top priority subject is much hindered by the fact that many learning institutions do not have the infrastructure for sports including playground, facilities and quarified trainers.This time the ministry has formed a new policy where all schools will have sport club and committees to manage teaching of PE.Primary and secondary school will also be required to have teachers trained under the new guidelines.
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