Today, Kenya National Examinations Council has informed Head teachers, parents and candidates that they can now confirm the registration details for 2022 KPSEA, Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) and Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations by sending short message service (sms) to 20076.
On Friday, May 27, the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC), through their verified Twitter handle, issued guidelines on how the 2022 KPSEA, KCPE and KCSE candidates can confirm their registration details. According to the national exam body, all Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA), Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) and Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) candidates can confirm their details by sending an SMS to 20076.
Parents To Expect Their Children Home For Midterm Break On This Date Check Out The Date; Parents who have learners in primary and secondary schools should expect to receive their children at home next week on Thursday May ,26. According to the Ministry of Education 2022 academic year calendar , Term one will end on 2nd July 2022 when learners across the country will begin their holidays which will last till 10th July 2022.
This young and energetic lad completed his Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) recently and was privileged to secure a chance at secondary school level. As parents burn their midnight oil to ensure that their children can gain access to education, it's evident that indeed they have done their best in terms of providing the necessary resources to aid smooth learning.
The Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exams are normally done every year which gives candidates a permission to join secondary school. In every year, the candidate who tops these exams is announced in public. However, have you ever asked yourself the candidate who holds the record of the highest KCPE marks to be scored in Kenya?
The National Police Service has been at the forefront of ensuring that Kenyans are kept safe at all times from criminal elements who are out to disrupt the peace that is observed by many Kenyans. Picture courtesy. Mr. Joseph Musyoka. The National Police Service officers are also commended for their selfless efforts in ensuring that many members of the public not only get police services but are also assisted wherever necessary.
Kind Thing Susan Kihika Has Done to a Bright Boy Who Had Passed Well in KCPE But Parents Lacked Fees
Nakuru County Senator Susan Kihika has shown kindness to one family in Kuresoi North after their son failed to join high school due to lack of school fees. The boy had performed very well in the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education exam but the family did not have money to take him to high school where he had been admitted.
When the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education, KCPE, exam results were announced a few weeks ago, it was joy and jubilation for one family in Busia after their bright son scored an impressive 412 marks out of a possible 500. Picture courtesy. Jian Marende with his mother and father at their home in Matayos, Busia County.
Incidents of students who are unable to join their respective secondary schools after passing the standard eight exams have been on the rise in the country with the various foundations and scholarship organizations unable to take in all of them. Picture courtesy. Lilian Akinyi and her mother. The bright students dreams are, in some cases, shattered due to the fact that they cannot be in a position to join these prestigious schools which are the difference between the pangs of poverty they are in and ensuring their families someday have a better life.
The Kenya Certificate of Primary Education, KCPE, exams concluded a few weeks ago and a few days later, the results came out which signaled joy and celebrations for many parents and pupils across the country. Picture courtesy. Image of the two sisters. Then came the school selection which saw many bright minds placed in good schools that might guarantee them a bright future if they work hard in secondary school to pass their Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education exams as well.
Incidents of students who have passed their exams but are unable to join secondary school have been on the rise in the country with the government unsure of what to do in order to get all these kids to school. Picture courtesy. Esther Kanyiva Masila. Well wishers have been coming forward to help in big ways as has been seen since yesterday when form ones have reported back to school for their first term of the year 2022.
The release of the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education, KCPE, exam results was cause for celebration for many parents and students across the country who had passed well in their results. Picture courtesy. Joyce Wambui with her mother and brother all smiles. This was however, not the joy that some parents were looking for as some of them were called to good secondary schools whose fees are beyond their imagination as far as paying them us concerned.
A Boy Who Opted Selling mandazi Inorder To Raise Fees, Has Joined Form One After Getting Sponsorship
Form Ones students across the country from different parts of the country arrived for admission to various secondary schools across the country. A Samburu boy who had opted to sell of Mandazi in Maralal to raise school fees has joined Form One after well-wishers offered to help him. Photo courtesy
Form One admission for the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education has taken effect successfully in various schools. Thousands of students have already reported back to Secondary Schools whereas others are still in the process of seeking admission. The Ministry of education is very much concerned with good performance of learners.
Students who did their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) this year are expected to report to their respective schools commencing this week's following government directives. According to the source, the ministry of education has announced that form one learners will report on 4th May 2022 which is Wednesday according to the revised calendar.
An Embu boy from Majengo estate has left teachers at the Kangaru Boys high school surprised after appearing in the school with only a cocktail cater for his fees. Lawrence Murimi, the student, did his Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) this year and scored 313 marks.
The Kenya National Exams Council (KNEC) has today issued a deadline for the ongoing registrations of 2022 candidates who are in Grade Six (KPSEA),Class 8 (Kenya Certificate of Primary Education) and Form Four ( Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education). Taking to official twitter handle KNEC has announced 14th May this year as the deadline for the registration of all candidates stated above and urged parents and teachers to register them before that deadline with those with special needs also to register and parents to provide good infotmation about them.
Incidents where many of the young brilliant minds who finished the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education, KCPE, exams have been unable to attend high school due to lack of fees have been very high. Picture courtesy. Omollo. In the past few days, hundreds of students who topped the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education exams have come forward to pleas with various organizations to help them achieve their dreams and help their families out of the pangs of poverty someday.
National examinations for Kenya Certificate of Primary Education was released months ago and now it has come a week in which they are joining secondary schools. Many stakeholders and well wishers have come in to help need students join schools that they were chosen. Professor George Magoha advised principals not to send students back home due to school fees.
Siaya good-hearted well-wishers who sponsored a needy KCPE boy to join Form One have now built a decent house for the father. The journalists had shared the story of Oduor Elisha Elvis Odhiambo from Karapul Primary School, who scored 376 marks in his Kenya Certificate of Primary Education.