BREAKING: President Ruto's Office Finally Releases Statement on Fate of Grades 7, 8, 9 Students
After receiving a report from the committee, the office of the President has finally made a decision on the fate of the junior secondary school students consisting of grades 7,8, and 9. Through an official statement released on Thursday by State House Spokesperson Hussein Mohamed, Ruto's office revealed that grades 7, 8 & 9(Junior Highschool) will be domiciled in Primary Schools and will not proceed to secondary schools as earlier anticipated.
Grade 6 Girl Crys Emotionally After Headteacher Denied Her An Exam For Allegedly Stealing Money
A dramatic scene was witnessed at the Kibumbu Primary School in Tharaka Nithi County after a headteacher refused to give a grade 6 pupil a mathematics paper for allegedly stealing her Ksh 2,000 before the Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) examinations began. According to Hellen Njeri Chabari, the school head teacher, the grade 6 girl had stolen her money towards the end of the third term.
EXAM RESULTS RELEASE: Education CS Machogu Expected To Make A Major Announcement Any Time From Now
Ezekiel Machogu, the cabinet secretary in charge of education, is expected to make a major statement at any moment. From the Kenya Institute for Curriculum Development, he will be shown live (KICD). He is rumoured to be announcing the sixth-grade results. Grade six pupils took the Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) for the first time this year, and the results will be posted on the students' webpage as soon as they become available.
All grade 6 students to join junior secondary as KPSEA is not a determinant like KCPE
All students who sat for the Kenya Primary School Education Assessment will proceed to join junior secondary school, unlike in the previous education system where secondary schools would only select students who have passed their KCPE exam. The CS Education's Ezekiel Machogu says a total of 1.2 million sixth grade students who sat for the KPSEA will get their results next month, in January.
Check Out the List of Approved Subjects Grade 7 Pupils Will Take in January 2023
All pupils, including those who took the Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA), will return to school on January 23, 2023, according to the school calendar. After months of uncertainty for both parents and students on the destiny of students who took the Grade 6 tests, the government has cleared the air by providing clarification on how the students will transfer.
A Grade Six Pupil Dead, Few Hours After Finishing The KPSEA National Exams. What Led To His Demise?
At Kirundi Primary School in Tharaka Nithi County, a candidate for the Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) exam passed away after being struck by a lorry. Isiah Berece, the assistant head of Kirundi Sub-Location, said that the youngster was disembarking from a pickup truck when he slipped and was run over by the rear wheels.
BREAKING NEWS: CS Education Makes Two Important Announcements on Grade Six Pupils
The Cabinet Secretary of Education, Ezekiel Machogu has this afternoon made an important education announcement that is very vital to the pupils. The grade six learners recently concluded their national exams that were administered in their primary schools as per the reports that we have with us. This afternoon, according to the available reliable reports that we have with us from Daily Nation Newspaper, the Cabinet Secretary has said that all the grade six learners will be continuing with their education at primary schools.
KPSEA results to be announced today
The Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) results are going to be announced today. According to the cabinet secretary of education Ezekiel Machogu during the release of KCPE placement results,he said that schools will be able to access the KPSEA results from the KNEC portal today.
A Long Two-month Break For Students Starts As The Government Release 2023 New School Calendar
Starting Monday, November 23, and ending on Friday, December 25, Kenyan elementary and secondary schools will be closed for the holiday. Since students have been out of school all week, the Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA), Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE), and Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) can finally begin.
Grade 6 Results To Be Announced Today
The results of the Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) are set to be released today. A total of 1,253,577 learners took the test at 32,555 centers across the country. Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu said sixth-grade assessment was complete. Schools will be able to access the KPSEA reports through the Kenya National Examinations Council [Knes] portal starting tomorrow [today], he said.
Grade 6 results to be released today Monday
Results for Grade Six Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) to be released today. Candidates who sat for the Assessments test will receive their reports online indicating their performances per subject. According to the Kenya National Examination Council (Knec) chief executive officer (CEO) David Njengere, the results will not be used to place learners in Junior Secondary.
CBC: Junior Secondary Schools – Grade 7, 8 & 9 will be Domiciled in Primary Schools
The Presidential Working Party on Education Reform on Thursday presented its interim report to President William Samoei Ruto. President Dr. William Samoei Ruto. Based on the findings contained in the report the government has directed that Junior Secondary Schools will be domiciled in the existing Primary Schools. The government also directed that the Grade Six Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KEPSEA) be used as a continuous assessment to monitor learners' progress and not as a secondary school transition test.
Good News To Unemployed Teachers As The Government Plot To Employ 30,000 Teachers(Photos)
The Presidential Working Party on Education reform presented to him by the ministry of education. Junior secondary schools-grade 7,grade 8 and Grade 9 will be domiciled in the existing primary schools. The Ministry of Education will provide the necessary guidelines on how this will be done.
Announcement of KCPE results
Education CS Ezekiel Machogu On December 21, Ezekiel Machogu, the cabinet secretary for education, released the KCPE results for the class of 2022. After first delivering the results to President William Ruto at State House, CS Machogu presided over the event held at the Kenya National Examinations Council offices at Mitihani House in Nairobi.
Things That parents of grade 6 Learners Must Know About KPSEA Exams before their Children joins JSS.
Latest report indicates that the Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) reports for Grade Six learners will be available by June 16. This means that parents of grade six learners will have to wait longer before knowing results of their children.According to KNEC Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Dr. David Njengere who spoke during the release of KCPE Exams said that, “The learners will get individual learner reports that will indicate the learner performance level in specific subjects/strands including the acquisition of values and core competencies and performance level in specific subjects.
Education ministry changes tune on just concluded grade 6 assessment
The education ministry through Presidential Working Party on Education Reform has changed tune on the just concluded Grade 6 assessment. Education ministry now say that the Grade 6 assessment will not be used for placement of learners in Junior Secondary schools. In a circular sent to newsrooms, the stakeholders argued that the Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) will be used to oversee learning progress.
Nearly 124 Pregnant Candidates Are Set To Sit For The National Exams In Kajiado
As the government works diligently to guarantee they all sit for the examinations beginning on Monday, 124 girls from Kajiado County will take this year's national exams while pregnant. 10 expecting girls will be appearing for the Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) examinations, 28 girls for the KCPE exams and 86 girls for the KCSE exams; according to information provided by the Kajiado Acting County Commissioner Harun Kamau.
317 Pregnant School Girls Write KCPE And KPSEA Exams In South Rift Counties
Currerly in Kenya, thousands of candidates are sitting for the Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) test and the Kenya Certificate of the Primary Education (KCPE) tests. According to Standard, among them, at least 317 girls are pregnant in South Rift counties.
124 Girls Will Sit For This Year’s National Exams While Pregnant in Kajiado County.
Starting today, 124 female students from Kajiado County will sit for this year's national exams while expecting in an effort to ensure that every student takes the tests. According to statistics given by the Kajiado Acting County Commissioner Harun Kamau, 10 expectant girls would appear for the Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) exams, 28 girls for the KCPE exams, and 86 girls for the KCSE exams.
Grade 6 Girl Misses Out KPSEA Math Exam After She Stole The Following Things For The Headteacher
A Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) examinations candidate at Kibumbu Primary School in Tharaka Nithi County was denied a chance to sit for the Mathematics paper on claims that she stole KES 2000 from a teacher. Hellen Njeri Chabari, the school head teacher insisted that she would only allow the girl to sit for the examination upon payment of the KES 2000 that the minor allegedly stole towards the end of the last term.