Kenya is a sovereign nation that consist of various sectors such as education, health, transport and agriculture. The ministry of education is under the leadership of Prof. George Magoha who is the current cabinet secretary. Today, the ministry of education has announced the extension of Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) and Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education registration by two weeks.
Students receive bad news ahead of schools reopening.The Covid 19 Pandemic trend has been a challenge to the education sector, the ministry of education reached a decision of reopening the schools on January 2021 with the aim of compensating the lost two terms of 2020 academic calendar, as a result the ministry of education conducted both Kenya Certificate Of Primary Education(KCPE) and Kenya Certificate Of Secondary Education (KCSE), the Kenya Certificate Of Primary Education Exams were released while the Kenya Certificate Of Secondary Education have not been released.
Following the Kenya Certificate of Primary examination results that were released yesterday by the ministry of education through the cabinet secretary professor George Magoha,a school in Nyamira county has blazed up on facebook after achieving the best results in the KCPE examination.The schools registered a total of thirty seven candidates whom all managed to scored four hundred and above marks.Eronge Adventist boarding primary found in Nyamira county, South Mugirango Borabu constituency,Esise location is praised to not only performing in exams but also in other co-curriculum activities such as drama festivals and music.
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School's closure and opening systems was first interrupted last year 2020 March. This has created a lot of delays and increased time taken by students and pupils to graduate from a particle grade of level. Earlier on, this year, the President of this Republic of Kenya, His Excellency Hon. Uhuru Mwigai Kenyatta, during presidential briefing, suspended physical learning in both Pre-primary, Primary, Secondary, tertiary and Universities. However, the move only favored Candidates who was to sit for their final National
Thank you so much for reading this information from this site. Please do not leave this page without following my channel by clicking the follow button at the top of this page. Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education and Kenya Certificate of Primary dates has been interfered with due to the Covid-19 pandemic that made learners to stay at home for long time.
Despite the negative influence the Covid-19 disease brought into the education sector and all sectors at large when all learning institutions were all closed indefinitely to help in compating the disease, the ministry of education under the patronage of professor George Magoha came with new examination dates for both Kcse and Kcpe.
Schools having to open on 4th January in 2021 is one most awaited time as children have been on holiday for almost a year. The pandemic hit the country hard and even led to the alterations of the school calendars. The CS for education, George Magoha has however all times to make it clear on the schedule. All learners are however preparing to resume learning as the Ministry of education has also released new term dates for the three academic years. The above was agreed upon after a section of education stakeholders
Equity Bank CEO Dr James Mwangi in the past. Photo/Courtesy A good chunk of pupils who sat for the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exams in March, are expected to join form one across the Country, starting the first week of August. Parents and guardians will of course foot the fees in order to enable their sons and daughters undertake secondary school education for the next four years.
Faith Mumo, who is the top student in the year 2020 Kenya Certificate Of Primary Education with a total of 433 marks out of 500 has revealed how she was inspired by former Kenyan international boxer Conjestina Achieng.The boxer, porpularly known as "Conje", has been suffering from a schizoaffective dissorder since 2011.
The education sector in the country has been adversely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. The emergency of the disease occasioned the closure of schools in an effort to contain the spread of the Corona virus. The school and examinations calendars were altered following the long break and learners and teachers are struggling to adjust. Schools closed in March to allow candidates sit for Kenya Certificate of Primary Education and Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examinations. The national exams for class
A candidate in this year’s Kenya Certificate of Primary education (KCPE) from North Horr Sub-county in Marsabit County will not be attending secondary school after his life was cut short by a broken hand wound after family members clung on traditional medication.
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Learning institutions were closed some weeks ago for 2020 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education and Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education candidates to sit for their final examinations.Over the closing period, President Uhuru Kenyatta imposed a lockdown on five marked areas: Nairobi, Nakuru, Kiambu, Kajiado and Machakos counties which he termed to be regions where the infection rate has been high.
Below is a video used to illustrate (used for illustration).KCPE this year was done by over one million pupils who are looking forward to get an opportunity to get into high school.
Despite that there are no re-opening dates of schools as the president had said that schools were not yet ready to be opened the Kenya National Examination Council has given out guidelines on the preparation of the national exams. Mercy Karogo the acting KNEC chief Executive gave directives to all sub-county directors of education to collect registration nominal rolls from all head teachers between 4th October and 9th. She further directed the heads to submit registration details of their candidates who will
Kenya Certificate Of Secondary Education (KCSE) examiners demand the following measures to be met as the KCSE marking begins.This comes after the ministry of education released the Kenya Certificate Of Primary Education (KCPE) without any problem, actually all the class eight candidates across this country received their KCPE results despite the fact that some were involved in exam malpractices.
Results for the Kenya Certificate of Primary education which was conducted last month will be released today.The education cabinet secretary,professor George Magoha had initially given a directive to the examiners who were marking the scripts a two weeks period for the marking to be complete.This happened and today the results will be announced.
Schools are currently preparing their candidates for this year Kenya Certificate of Primary Education and Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examination that will start in the next four weeks.Teachers are making final touches to ensure their learners are adequately prepared ahead of national exams.
Kenya may before long shut down large number of live-in schools and require all students to be on the day researcher module, this is if another proposition made by the team chipping away at the new training educational program is embraced. The Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) taskforce framed by Education CS George Magoha has proposed the rejecting of boarding in auxiliary schools under the new 2-6-3-3-3 instruction framework. The group advocates that life experience schools be left for a couple of establishments
The yesterday incident involving the Kisumu county askaris and a woman left many surprised of the heartless nature of these askaris.People all over the internet raised their voices asking the government to take stringent actions against such rogue police officers.