With less than 2 weeks ago, form one students joined their selected institutions. It has been a busy week for the form one parents as they did everything to prepare their children be enrolled. Again on 26th this month, schools nationwide shall be releasing students back home Mid-term holiday.
Parents have regretted the loss of set books when schools dropped them four months after the KICD introduced them. A father told Kenyans.co.ke on May 23 that despite purchasing new set books for his form 3 kid, the alterations would not be made. In March, while schools were out for extended vacations, his daughter's school sent him a list of new set books per KICD instruction.
Competency based curriculum was introduced in the country by the government of president Uhuru Kenyatta. Furthermore, the president Uhuru Kenyatta recently revealed that the government has invested billions of money to make sure that the new system of education is successful. The government has so far build more than 8000 classrooms for Junior secondary.
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.
Oriwo High School Finally Breaks Record in Nyanza in KCSE, Sends Whopping 521 Students to University
The Ministry of Education has been steadfast in ensuring that the students get the best in their educational life.Today,the parents have got a big reprieve with their children.The ministry of education has been releasing the results on time for the parents to take their children to the next level on time.
Good News To These Students As The Ministry Of Education Issues These Fresh Directives To Principals
Good news to these students as the ministry of education issues these new fresh directives to the school principals across this country. The ministry of education through CS Prof George Magoha has been making a follow up on 100% transition from the Primary Schools to the Secondary Schools, with this regard the ministry of education has been claiming that a number of form one students who have not reported to their school because they lack the school fees.
It is now less than 5 months before the first cohort of pupils under the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) sit their final tests in primary level, parents still don't know the modalities through which learners will be placed in Junior Secondary School (JSS). Parents still don't know whether the pupils will be hosted in or Secondary school.
Big win for private schools as the ministry of education sends this latest message again. The ministry of education has been working closely with the government of Kenya to ensure that the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) becomes successful. With this regard the ministry of education clarified that the Junior Secondary Schools will be hosted by the current Secondary Schools across this country, also the ministry of education is fully committed to ensure that the 100% transition is taking place from the Primary Schools to the Secondary Schools in this country in order to pave way for CBC education system to work as scheduled by the education stakeholders.
It has been exactly three weeks since the form ones were received at their respective high schools across the country. The Ministry of Education announced that May 11 was the last day for form students to report to their high school. But for some different reasons this was not easy for some students.
In the new report released by the auditor general Nancy Gathungu. The Auditor General says it was not possible for her to confirm whether schools received the sh59 billion meant for subsidy. This anomalies occurred in her review of the Early Learning and Basic Education department’s accounts for the year ending June 2021.
Competency Based Curriculum had brought many changes to school and education sector since arrival.Some changes has to be made and implemented. Both the Ministry of Education and Teachers Service Commission will be affected by these changes. Teachers Service Commission will have to deploy at least 1000 practicing P1 teachers to secondary school in September this year.
The school principals suffer a big blow as the ministry of education urges them to do the following over form one students. The ministry of education has been insisting that all the 2021 KCPE candidates should be enrolled in the schools where they were placed by the ministry of education.
Education Chief Administrative Secretary Sara Ruto says that the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) focuses more on students' capabilities. Prof. George Magoha wishes to clarify that junior Secondary School will be offered in both boarding and day secondary schools across the country under the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC).
The Constitution of Kenya recognizes the need for basic education for all children under the Bill of Rights. According to the Basic Education Act 2013 stipulates that any parent who is Kenyan or whose child resides in the country must enroll them for primary and secondary education. Kenya adopted the Policy on Universal Access to Basic Education in 2018.
Students Under CBC are now happy as the ministry of education clarifies on the following important issues. The ministry of education has been putting all the possible measures to ensure that the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) has worked well as scheduled by the education stakeholders. According to the ministry of education the first Kenya Primary Education Assessment (KPEA) is going to take place by the end of this year, also the ministry of education has been putting all the possible strategies to ensure that all class 8 candidates are are reporting to their respective schools.
The Competence Based Curriculum commonly known as CBC that was launched by president Uhuru Kenyatta 8 years ago has continued to form part of the political debate as we head to the general election in August 9th. The first batch of the CBC students is in grade six and is expected to seat for the final exams in December before the students transition to Junior secondaries.
As part of the implementation of the competency-based education system, the Ministry of Education has built 103 classrooms at 101 public elementary schools in Laikipia County (CBC). Amadi Mugasia, the county's quality assurance and standards officer, told media Tuesday at his office in Nanyuki that the classrooms are almost ready.
The Cabinet Secretary in charge of the Ministry of Education, Professor George Magoha, has called for the registration of all candidates for the national examinations to be expedited before the closing of May 14, warning teachers who fail to register students for non-completion of the exercise will be dealt with.
The government has divulged that Junior High School education will only be undertaken in the distinguished Kenyans Days Schools dotted across the country and not in Boarding Schools. The statement has been made by the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Vocational Training. The Minister of Education, Isaac Ruto, made the announcement on Tuesday in Nairobi.
Registration for the 2022 national examinations and assessment which began on April 27 will end on May 14, 2022. The Ministry of Education released guidelines for registration of Grade Six pupils for Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA), Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE), and Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams.