List Of CBC Compulsory And Optional Subjects In Junior Secondary; The core subjects that students will learn under the new system are broken down in this article. There will be a total of 12 core topics in junior secondary, some of which will be carried over from the 8-4-4 system.
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Competency based curriculum was introduced in the country by the government of president Uhuru Kenyatta. The government has been investing in this new curriculum through training thousands of teachers and construction of junior secondary schools classrooms. According to the source, new details have just emerged about grade 6 transition to Junior secondary Schools.
The incumbent Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha has left a myriad number of parents and learners in dier shock after announcing another major change on Competency Based Curriculum, popularly known as CBC. The Education CS has divulged that both Day and Boarding Secondary Schools will be allocated learners transitioning from Grade 7 to Junior Secondary School and not as indicated earlier.
It is now less than 5 months before the first cohort of pupils under the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) sit their final tests in primary level, parents still don't know the modalities through which learners will be placed in Junior Secondary School (JSS). Parents still don't know whether the pupils will be hosted in or Secondary school.
There has been a concern among parents of Grade Six Candidates as to how their young lithe children will share Dormitories with the big old form fours of the 8-4-4 system. The parents are worried that this may not only lead to their children acquiring some unwanted characters but that it may also lead to physical harm.
The competence based curriculum has been well embarrassed by Kimakiny primary school students in Elgeyo Merakwet as they decided to bake a mad cake for their teacher. Shiokwei Barsulai who is identified as their teacher was moved to tears on realizing how creative her students are. Barsulai who is also a child right champion was thrilled as pupils also presented to her sugarcane, charcoal and Traditional vegetables as gifts on her birthday.
Grade 6 National exams will be multiple choices According to the the KPSEA, grade 6 final exams that they will sit in November 2022, will be purely in multiple choices This is according to the samples that the Kenya National Examination council released for school last week . The KPSEA national test will replace the outdated Kenya certificate of primary Education but will share some similarities
Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha ( Photo Courtesy) Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha, has come out to clarify where Competency Based Curriculum teaching and learning will take place when Grade six learners transition to junior secondary school. In a press statement, Prof. Magoha said that learning will take place in both boarding and day secondary schools across the country.
The CS mandated on Wednesday, May 11, that all existing day and boarding secondary schools admit students transitioning to Junior Secondary School. He also stated that the ministry has allocated approximately 1,500 primary schools to house additional Grade 7 students. The change will affect the first cohort of CBC students entering Grade 7 in 2023.
Kenya's current Competency Based Curriculum is still in its infancy, but it is on the verge of maturation, with primary level national assessments scheduled for this year. Sixth grade is the final year of elementary school. All parents, teachers, and students are concerned about how well the government is preparing for the transition of students following the exams.
The Competence Based Curriculum commonly known as CBC that was launched by president Uhuru Kenyatta 8 years ago has continued to form part of the political debate as we head to the general election in August 9th. The first batch of the CBC students is in grade six and is expected to seat for the final exams in December before the students transition to Junior secondaries.
Fresh details have emerged revealing criteria the ministry of education is likely to embrace for posting CBC pupils to junior secondary. Under the new curriculum, primary education is divided into pre-primary and primary education, taking two and six years, respectively. Therefore parents and guardians are anxiously waiting for criteria for posting the current class six students to class seven (first junior secondary).
According to the remarks from the ministry of education, “The government wishes to reassure all Kenyans, particularly learners, parents, and teachers, that CBC implementation is on track, and that procedures and structures for the transition from primary to junior secondary school are in place.” This come after stakeholders and parents have been complaining over CBC implementation.
President Uhuru Kenyatta's government implemented a competency-based curriculum in Kenya. Thousands of teachers have been trained, and new junior and secondary school classrooms have been built as part of the government's investment in this new curriculum. https://ke.opera.news/tags/daily-nation According to the source, fresh information concerning the grade 6 transition to junior secondary schools has just surfaced.
The subject of junior secondary schools under CBC has been clarified by George Magoha. Both junior secondary schools would offer boarding and day schools, according to the CS. "Under CBC, learners transitioning from Grade 6 to Grade 7 will be admitted to all existing boarding and day secondary institutions," Magoha stated.
The current Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) is facing a lot of challenges when it comes to transition. After implementation five years ago it is now in the final sixth year in primary school. All learners in grade six months to do their final Kenya Certificate of Primary Assessment(KCPA).
Competency-based curriculum uncertainty is stalking the implementation of junior secondary under the com-(CBC),causing worry among parents,teachers and other education stakeholders. The primary bone of contention is how the ministry plans to ensure smooth transition from primary to junior secondary school, an activity that is only six months away.
The new Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) requires the existing boarding and day secondary schools, to admit learners transiting from Grade Six to Grade Seven, based on guidelines to be provided by the ministry of education. Therefore, Prof George Magoha, CS Education has declared that, as the new admission of Grade 7 learners to Junior Secondary Schools (JSS) sets in, JSS will be offered in both boarding and day secondary schools countrywide.
Cabinet Secretary Professer Magoha said on Wednesday that boarding and day secondary schools will be the ones to host junior secondary school students who will move from Grade 6 to Grade 7 after doing a national exam on November this year on Competence Based Curriculum (CBC). CBC is the new curriculum which is being adapted by kenyan government on studies in kenya which will focus on skills and competencies.