Last year's Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examination ended on Wednesday, 21st of April.However, Cheptuiyet Girls High School has since barred students with fee arrears from going to their respective homes.Reportedly, students whose fees had been cleared were allowed to travel to their homes.
A respected school principal was on Wednesday evening caught red-handed harvesting a schoolgirl, who had just completed her Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams and according to media reports, Chebotoi Secondary School Principal, Mr. Leonard Baraza, was nabbed harvesting his student following a tip off from area residents.
As secondary school candidates end their national exams on the 26th of this month, education CS professor Magoha has delivered good news to the other learners who are set to open schools in May.According to the latest news by the TV47 media platform, Magoha has revealed that the KCSE examination marking will be completed by 10th May when schools reopen for the new term.
Our high schools owns some amazing beautiful buses that has left people murmuring.In this article am going shaw you some pictures of buses that our schools owns.Your views are accepted 1.Friends School Kamusinga This National High School is located in Kimilili,Bungoma county.It owns a beautiful big school bus that has left people murmuring,therefore its among excellent schools that produces beautiful grades.
After constant research we have arrived at a number of subject combinations going by the Teacher service Commission adverts.Now and then TSC advertises teaching vacancies which are either on internship or permanent and in pensionable terms.The adverts comes out either during replacement or in mass recruitment,Therefore once you have secured your degree in education and registered by TSC as a teacher you are eligible to make an application for the teaching vacancies available.
The Kenya National Examinations have been concluded in some secondary schools.Especially those who do not take home science and computer studies.Parents and students are happy to complete the tedious four and a half years of high school for the first time in the history of education in the country.
The government has been determined to see that the students are fully protected against anything that may be detrimental to their lives.Whenever teachers find themselves mishandling the students in any way,the government is always quick to respond to the students' grievances.The Education officials have always tried to ensure that the learners get what they deserve.During the just ended KCSE exams,Education CS Professor Magoha had to trace a missing candidate from her home,some distance far away from Ageng'a Mixed Secondary School in Migori County.Unfortunately,the girl was still missing.Education CS Professor Magoha at Ageng'a Mixed Secondary School at the desk of the missing candidate some 3 weeks ago.
To manage double transition to secondary schools the Teachers Service Commission TSC has stated plans to hire 25,000 teachers permanently and 12,000 Teachers on internship in the next financial year.TSC plans to spend Ksh 10.75 B to employ permanent teachers and ksh 12.4B to hire interns,this was according to a budget plan tabled before the National Assembly committee on Education by Nancy Macharia the TSC chief executive officer.
Netizens have been left in surprise after a story of a School girl together with her Guardian who were pictured asking for a lift along the Haile Selassie avenue in Nairobi so as to get home past the 8pm curfew time surfaced online.According to details shared on the Standard Digital' s Facebook page on Monday night, the girl who was dorn in her school uniform and supposedly from finishing her Kenya Certificate of Secondary school (K.C.S.E) Examinations captured the attention of Netizens who asked the Government to be lenient with students coming from school when enforcing the curfew rules or provide transport means for students who may be travelling long distances across the country and may arrive late to their destinations.
Education in Kenya has been given priority and honor as many believe that education enlightens and others claim that education is only the key to success.Nonetheless, many peoples educate their children to prepare them to have a good and bright future bearing in mind that education is only the great prize you can give a child.
List Of The Most Marketable Subject Combinations For Secondary Schools.Thursday, 22nd April 2021, Nairobi Kenya.Teaching is one of the best profession's in the world and there are some of the most marketable subject combinations for secondary school teachers and therefore as they select their subjects, it's good that they put these into consideration as they will help them week for the job opportunities.
Parents as the scrambling of form one placement begins, however the ministry education of education revealed that all the class eight candidates will get a school where they will continue with their studies in the secondary schools.Actually 8091 students managed to score 400 and above marks in the 2020-2021 KCPE results, this is truly a small number as compared to the previous years, therefore the placement panel will be forced to lower the KCPE Examination grades for the students who will join National Schools in order for the other National Schools to receive the set number of the students to admit in their Schools.According to the previous trend, the National Schools usually admit students with 400 and above marks and about 30000 students for the prime slots used to be placed in the National Schools, this means that to bridge the gap, 22000 will be below 399 marks.
In the following schools there are job vacancies in permanent and pensionable terms.Following the adverts please make your application before the deadlines.In Diocese of Embu Consolata Girls Secondary Schools have a TSC Vacancy in Mathematics and Geography, Should have been registered by TSC and have a mean grade of C+ and above in KCSE.
Eliza Njeri the girl has been missing for the last three days has reunited with her family. Eliza is a student at Subukia Secondary School. She has been found in good health. Details of where she has been has not yet been disclosed. Kameme FM Journalists and a nominated MCA in Kiambu county Mercy Nungari has warmed Eliza not to dare l leave her home again. She has said that she will go to Subukia herself if Elizah goes missing again. "Double celebrations we thank God.Eliza njeri from njoro stoo mbili a student
Following the 2020 KCPE results released by cabinet secretary of Education Dr. George Magoha, the top student in the Trans-Nzoia county is a girl called Seth Temoi.Seth Temoi came to the limelight yesterday pleasing Kenyans to help to join her dream secondary school called Alliance Girls.Meanwhile, the girl scored 416 marks out of 500 marks.
2020 KCSE Results To Be Out By 10th May, CS George Magoha Says.Wednesday, 21st April 2021, Nairobi Kenya.The just concluded Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) 2020 results will be out by date 10th of May this 2021 and this was an announcement that was made by the education Cabinet secretary George Magoha this Wednesday.
A man named Utalii Sepeto from Lorubae, Samburu county left fellow villagers flabbergasted after he spoke for the first time in 20 years.The miracle happened on Saturday,April 10 and residents of Lorubae could not believe their ears.The first person to hear the 20-year-old man speak was his cousin Paul Leteyo who said that he thought he was dreaming as he had not woken up.
For the students who did their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education and attained 250 marks and above, have chance to apply for presidential secondary schools’ bursary. This program started in 2013/2014 financial year and its main aim is to support the orphans and vulnerable children in their secondary education. Each eligible student is supposed to get a maximum of kshs 30,000 per year. There are several requirements for a student qualify for the bursary as listed below. 1.A student must have attained 250
Following the KCPE results that were released by education CS Professor George Magoha on 15th April, public schools outshined private schools. Magoha said the public schools produced commendable and impressive results. Teachers and parents of private school students were not satisfied with the results because over years private schools have been shining in national examinations. The director of Elite Heritage Schools in Chokaa-Nairobi Mr Patrick Nyaga told the Nation that he can't tell what happened. He said
I know that many people are trying to race with time to make ends meet and to ensure that their children who sat for the 2020 KCPE examinations after the results were release on 15th April 2020. Students from humble backgrounds and majorly those whose parent s have died have something to worry about, in as far as fee payment for their secondary education is concerned, But here comes the good news from the Presidential Secondary Schools Bursary PSSB scholarship. The scholarship which was launched in 2013|14 financial