Primary School Heads Invited for AGM in Mombasa
The Kenya Primary Schools Head Teachers' Association (KEPSHA) cordially invites all school principals to partake in its forthcoming Annual General Meeting and Conference (AGM), along with the commemoration of its 20th anniversary. As per the circular dated May 15, 2023, endorsed by the esteemed KEPSHA National Chairman, Johnson Matheka Nzioka, the AGM is scheduled to be held at the distinguished Sheikh Zayad Children's Centre in Mombasa, spanning from November 4 to 10, 2023.
Good News To Teachers After President Ruto Hinted The Following
Teachers are a happy lot after President William Ruto's administration hinting on abolishing the delocalisation policy that saw mass transfers of teachers from their home counties. The headteachers across the country have welcomed the move which according to them the policy was punitive. On behalf of the teachers, the Kenya Primary Schools Head Teachers Association, Kepsha, chair, Johnson Nzioka said that abolishing the policy was the best way to go.
President Ruto And Education CS Ezekiel Machogu Will Officially Open This Conference Tomorrow
Thank you again my dear readers and welcome warmly to my daily news updates. Kenya Primary Schools Head Teachers Association(KEPSHA) will be starting their conference today at Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Primary School in Mombasa. Head Teachers who spoke to journalists indicated that they are happy with the government after it abolished the delocalization policy.
KEPSHA Message To The Ministry of Education On Changing The Exam Policy
Kenya Primary School Headteachers Association KEPSHA has sent a message to the Ministry of Education advising the Ministry to change the exam KCPE exam policy. KEPSHA has asked the Ministry of Education to stop administering the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education to students who give birth during the exam and also to all those who fall sick.
Parents Advised As Education Stakeholders Introduce New Policy Guidelines On CBC Implementation
Headteachers across the country are currently attending the 18th Kenya Primary Schools Head Teachers Association annual conference at Sheikh Shalifa Bin Zayed Hall in Mombasa. The conference that kicked off yesterday on Monday, 5th, December, 2022 has brought teachers and educational stakeholders together to deliberate on how the new curriculum would be implemented.
Good News To Parents, Teachers And Students As Education Leadership Make The Following Announcement
The national leadership of all primary schools under the union of Kenya Primary Schools Headteachers Association (KEPSHA) has raised its voice in the ongoing debate concerning the Ministry of Education's new program to start junior secondary school classes in primary schools. The government has already recommended that CBC-based Grades 7, 8, and 9 be domiciled in all public and private primary schools countrywide.
Joy For Teachers, Parents and Students As Education Leadership Announce The Following Good News
National leaders of all primary schools in the Kenya Primary School Principals Association (KEPSHA) have spoken out in the ongoing debate over the Department of Education's new curriculum to open junior high schools. The government has recommended that grades 7, 8, and 9 based on CBC be located in all public and private primary schools across the country.
CBC: Eyebrows As CBC Task Force Sets New Amendment That Will Affect Class 7, 8 Learners
Latest preliminary report from the Competence Based Curriculum (CBC) task force has called the government to deal away from Uhuru's 2-6-3-3-3 system and adopt the 2-6-2-4-3 system of education to allow time for full incorporation. According to the report, the new system will also see class seven and eight learners adopt unique and distinguished school uniforms from the rest of learners.