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Away With KCPE, In With Grade 6 Transition Report

Learned who will exit the grade 6 by next year will not be having a KCPE result as it has been. The system is changing to competence based and does not recognize the KCPE certificate. The certificate which has been in use since 1985 will no longer be in service now.

Instead, learner's will be given a report. This report will contain scores in grade four, five and six. The students will then proceed to junior secondary. All what was done during that period of three years will be contained in a just a report.

It's looking funny but that's what the curriculum entails. Junior secondary schools will be hosted in some primary and some secondary schools. These will include 2 classes before moving to the senior secondary.

Due to CBC, the certificate in teaching widely known as P1 was scrapped off. They were told to go back and upgrade. Currently CBC class is in grade five and will be in grade six next year.

We wish teachers all the best as they try to cope up with the situation. Thanks.

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