Wasonga Allan, the second best student in KCSE 2020 released earlier today by education CS George Magoha, has explained his story and journey to the top of the academic ladder in the country.When he did his KCPE in 2015, he wanted to join top national schools like Maranda High but he never made the cut.
Mike sonko is well known for his good heart and good heart.Few years ago, he saved tow boys and took them in as his own children.This is after, the younger one was shot but luckily he survived.He has taken them to school and showered them with love and has made them his family.
Teacher's Service Commission logo, Picture Courtesy.Primary and secondary schools are finally reopened after closure for a short period of time.Learning institutions including colleges and universities were closed indefinitely by President Uhuru Kenyatta in March to curb the spread of deadly Covid-19 pandemic.To prevent spread of the disease in schools Ministry of Health instructed all teachers to avail self for Covid-19 vaccine jab in various health centres across the country before learning activities resumed on May 10th 2021.
In 1974, Dr Eddah Gachukia acquired Balmoral Kindergarten then owned by an English lady.The Kindergarten was dedicated only for expatriate children as Africans were not allowed to attend the school.The school was located along Balmoral road which was later renamed Riara Road in 1974.From its humble beginnings, the Kindergarten has grown to be a major player in the private education sector in Kenya.
All learners are expected to resume their learning starting from today according to the school calendar scheduled by the ministry of education.Few students have reported back to school today hoping that others will resume their learning as from tomorrow.As a result of Covid-19 pandemic, many parents have been having a hard life in terms of getting money.
It was just few hours before the students resume their learning activities after a long holiday.The Teachers Service commission TSC yesterday evening through its twitter account send a message of condolences to three of it's workers who lost their lives through a grisly road accident. "The teachers service commission has learnt with a lot of sadness the death of two principals and a Headteacher from laikipia county .
Sources:TSC website TSC issued condolences to the families that lost their loved ones.According to the report issued by TSC, three teachers lost their lives in an accident that occurred at Solio Ranch.The grisly accident left two high school heads and one primary head teacher dead.
Birth certificate is one of the most important documents that one need in Kenya.Birth certificate is very important in the following ways: 1.It is used by candidates all over the country during the national exams registration.National exams in Kenya include the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) and Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE).
The Kenya Certificate Of National Examinations 2020 are out and being released by the education minister professor George Magoha at Mitihani house, Nairobi.The 2020 students performed quite well.893 students scored plain A's while 143,140 got above C+.Simiyu Robinson Wanjala from Murang'a High School is the top student with an A plain of 87.33.
As schools reopen to resume for third term, there is a lot of activity that involves children travelling.Unfortunately, some students have decided to always take advantage of this period to engage in immoral behaviour.This was the case that was witnessed at Gichugu Town in Kirinyaga County, Central province.
Robinson Simiyu Wanjala, the top 2020 KCSE candidate, has spoken out after finishing first in the recently released exams.In an interview with Citizen TV, Wanjala stated that he did not expect to be the top candidate in the country, but that he expected to do well based on the amount of effort he had put into the test.
Speaking to KTN News today after becoming the top most candidate in the country, Simiyu Robinson has confirmed that his success has really been a big toil as he tried his best to achieve his results.He confirmed that even if he was to go back to school he does not believe he would beat his record anymore.
The Teachers Service Commision, TSC, Chief Executive Officer, CEO, has confirmed that thirty seven teachers have died of the Corona virus.This is very bad news for teachers as the virus has ravaged the country and the world.Picture courtesy.Dr. Nancy Macharia has also announced that twenty four principals have died from the corona virus in this pandemic.
As assured by the education cabinet secretary on Friday after the conclusion of making of Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education students are facing a lot of challenges because are expected to report back as from today May with face mask as a way to prevent Covid-19 and also sanitizer to sanitize their hands.
Robinson Simiyu emerged the top in the country today in the 2020 KCSE results after completing his exams.He was from Muranga high school as well speaking to KTN News has confirmed that he scored 409 marks in KCPE in public primary school in Muranga.Robinson has confirmed that he will focus on becoming a doctor especially being a neurosurgeon.
Though the Kenyan Government is implementing ways to curb the spread of the Corona Virus in the country, It Seems that most 2020 KCSE candidates and their families are in happy mode after the cabinet secretary of Education professor George Magoha announced the KCSE results.According to a tweet by Citizen Television Kenya, the Marking of the 747,161 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination scripts was carried out by 25,135 examiners.
Schools countrywide will be reopening tomorrow Monday May 10th for the third term.Only grade four pupils will remain at home until July when they will be moving to grade five .Today,the ministry of health has given hope to parents, teachers and learners in their daily updates on the rate of covid infections in the last 24 hours.
Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha officially released the KCSE exam results 2020 at Mitihani House, Nairobi on Monday afternoon.Over 700,00 learners sat the exam this year unlike the usual exam period that is at the end of the year.The marking was done in 16 days, ending on Friday 7th.
On 1st May 2021 during the 'Labour day' celebrations in the world, the President of the Republic of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, announced that the schools are set to open on 10th May 2021 which is today as stated earlier.He also lifted the cessation of movement in the 5 counties that were locked on 26th March 2021.
Nearly 652 female candidates sat the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education test in medical clinics after conveyance.The most noteworthy number was 43 from Bungoma province.Talking when he releasing the 2020 KCSE results at Mtihani House, Education CS George Magoha said guardians are at fault for the high number of pregnant girls.