Indiscipline in girls school are not a day to day occassion that you will encounter. Girls school tend to have good discipline in their schools and respect to their staff or teachers. But in some cases indiscipline has been noted but corrected. In recent times there have been rampamt distractions on school property but this schools below proved they are the best girls school in tems od discipline in Kenya.
Discipline in high school have long been a forgotten issue, since there has been rampant and announced bad behavioural change in schools. Where Parents expect their children to behave while in school but thats the opposite nowadays. But in todays article we are going to view the best and most disciplined boys school in the country.
The Kenya National Examinations councils (KNEC) has now suffered a big blow over CBC as the ministry of education withdraws the Kenya Certificate Of Primary Education (KCPE) in Grade 6. The Ministry Of Education is currently working hard to see that there will be enough classrooms to accommodate the junior secondary students by 2023, equally the Teachers Service Commission is fully committed to ensure that teachers who will handle the Junior Secondary School students will be enough.
Teaching and learning has taken effect on the last part of the second term in the year 2021. Learners are having about three weeks to end the second term. The ministry of education is chasing time to ensure that the set objectives are met. The ministry of education is likely to have the highest form one admissions in secondary schools.
The government is racing against time to prepare for the transition from primary to junior secondary school in January 2023 under the competency based curriculum CBC.This even as the principal secretary for Implementation of Curriculum Reforms, Prof Fatuma Chege, clarified that primary schools will not host junior secondary students.
Over the recent few months, there has been an increase in the number of cases of school burnings in the country with many students being arrested and taken to court for it. Picture courtesy. Image used for illustration. In the ensuing chaos, parents have had to bear the brunt of the chaos as they are forced to pay the money that will cover the cost of the damages.
It's good news to schools after the ministry of education released kshs 4 billion to schools. This is to aid in construction of classrooms for CBC rollout. Early on the president hinted of building several classes for the 100% transition to junior secondary. After alot of criticism in preparedness to handle CBC, the ministry is now moving to close the gap between reality and fiction.
The Government is determined to make the students get quality Education.The curriculum is getting changed with the current implementation process in grade five.In 2023,the said grade will be joining Junior secondary schools.This is when the Government will see a double transition in secondary schools. The Government is in a rush to have sufficient facilities that will accommodate all the millions of the learners.Thousands of classrooms and teachers are required.This is besides textbooks and other crucial facilities.The Government has released money to help build some 6,500 classrooms.The Junior schools have got sh 4billion.
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Cases of students unrest have been common in many schools around the nation for a very long period of time but in Kakamega High School, things have always been different. Infact, Kenyans are not used to hearing that Kakamega High School students have burnt their dormitories or caused destruction in the school but this time round, it was a big surprise when the popular school was set on fire.
The ministry of education already rolled out the Competency Based Curriculum with the first lot of learners in grade five. Questions has been raised on how the learners will transit to the next level once they complete grade six in the next academic year. However,the. Ministry asked the county directors of education to identify some of the primary schools which could act as Junior Secondary come the year 2023.
According to the CBC Task force Report, approximately 1,250,649 learners enrolled at Grade 4 in 2020 will transit to Junior secondary school as the first cohort of the 2-6-3-3-3 curriculum while the 1,320,395 Standard Six cohort of 2020 will transition to Form One under 8-4-4 system in 2023. Salary for Deployed Teachers
The following is the list of the counties tha requires extra junior secondary schools across the country. 1. Kakamega county . Kakamega county tops the list having been given a lion share of new schools. According to the statistics at our disposal, the county has been slotted for 353 new junior secondary schools ahead of admission of the first CBC cohort to secondary schools whereby a total of 597 Classrooms will be Constructed.
The Government is changing the curriculum.The 8.4.4 system is getting replaced with the 22.214.171.124.3 system that will see students take longer in getting Education.Fortunately,the students will be expected to acquire a lot of skills that will greatly boost them in their lives.The outgoing system is accused of putting emphasis on exams rather than skills.
Bad News To Primary Schools as MOE finally reveals where Junior Secondary Schools will be constructed. The ministry of education is committed to ensure that the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) is working well as planned by the education stakeholders, therefore the ministry of education issued new directives for the construction of more than 10,000 new classrooms.This is because by 2023, the ministry of education will conduct double enrollment of the students to the secondary schools.
Competency Based Curriculum( CBC) is becoming a reality in the country. The system was built to replace 8-4-4 system of education that was deemed exam centred failing to give learners required skills needed in job market. CBC was built to impart learners with such skills that will make learners independent immediately after leaving the school.
Competence based curriculum was introduced to replace 844 curriculum which is exam oriented. It is meant to impart learners with practical skills that are needed in the job market. Unlike 844 that concentrates on acquiring of skills and knowledge CBC will tackle the problem of releasing half baked graduates to the job market.
The former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale found faced a hard time in the hands of jobless Kenyans after he posted the photo of his daughter who was graduating. The frustrated Kenyans wanted the former Senator to sure them that he will give his daughter who just graduated with a Bachelor of Actuarial Science(Upper-Class Division) a wheelbarrow that he kept on preaching to Kenyans.
The coming of the competency based curriculum will mean massive opportunities for teachers especially those in primary School level.In two years time the curriculum will split to junior secondary School which will comprises of grades 7,8 and 9.In 2923 the pioneers of the competency based curriculum will sit for national exams at grade 6 before joining junior secondary.
Kakamega Highschool parents will now have time to breath after the Kakamega High Court ruled in their favour. The parents were supposed to provide their children with over ksh.9,000 during reporting day so that the amount could be used to repair the dormitory that was destroyed by fire. [Photo Courtesy]