In the country, there are several bright students who are coming from poor background. Most of them having being shining in national examinations in the country. Unfortunately, some have failed to report to secondary schools due to lack of learning materials, uniform and also school fees.According to the source, new details have just emerged about a KCPE candidate who scored 403 marks from Machakos county.
Today, police in machakos sponsored one of the students who had scored 403 marks in Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE). They did this by teaming up to sponsor needy secondary school student. They conducted a fund raiser and managed to raise Ksh. 200,000 for Simon Muthama.
Parents admitting their children in Form 1 decried high demands and hiked prices of school necessities. From day one of the official admission day to date, parents and their children are still reporting to their selected schools. Besides being required to settle down all the first term fees, parents were also met with exaggerated prices of form one necessities.
Simon Muthama scored four hundred and three marks in his kenya certificate ofprimary education exams. However his parents could not afford to take him to form one where he was to be admitted to progress with his secondary education.Form one addimision is one of the most hectic stage for any parent to his child.