The viral photo of Pupils tied on a tree in one of the schools within Laikipia that caught the attention of kenyans along with different politicians has finally led onto some good news after detectives from the director of criminal investigations along with other security agencies visited the school. Photo:Courtesy
The Ministry of Education banned corporal punishment from schools. This is after many teachers went rogue and severely injured pupils and students in the name of instilling discipline. Schools were therefore required to set up guidance and counseling departments where students were to be advised on the way forward.
Headteacher and His Deputy Of Thiru Primary School Are In Trouble After The Following Details Emerge
Education is the key of life. Many students have been reported back to different schools after a short half term. Furthermore, the Cabinet Secretary of Education, George Magoha have been moving in different villages to encourage some pupils to report in different schools in the country.
Photo Courtesy. For many students, a school is supposed to feel like a second home where love and care are offered in abundance to smoothen the process of learning especially during this difficult period of Covid-19. However, it all becomes a tragedy when these institutions are turned into punishment dispatching centers where students are no longer treated as kids but instead are viewed as dangerous criminals who have to be tired next to trees as a form of reprimanding uncouth behavior.
Photo (Courtesy) Two senior teachers face disciplinary action following worrying photos of students being subjected to corporal punishment. The viral photos showed students tied to a tree by a rope in what seemed to be a severe form of punishment by the said teachers. A multi-agency team has since asked the Directorate of Criminal Investigations to look into the matter and bring to book the teachers involved.
A photograph of three kids tied to a tree in Thiru Primary School, Laikipia West, became viral online the better part of Wednesday, September 1. The photograph elicited feelings of outrage from a section of Kenyans who contended that it wasn't right for teachers to utilize such techniques while disciplining pupils.The Ministry of Education has now intervened and sent a group to investigate the matter accompanied by officers from the Ministry of Interior.
The headteacher of Thiru primary school in Laikipia and her deputy who were put behind bars for torturing pupils by tying them on a tree can now breath a sigh of relief after the director of public prosecutions sought more time to peruse their files, consequently giving the police a go forward to release the two on police cash bail.
Its Thiru primary school in Nyahururu, Maili Saba and this photo is currently doing rounds on social media. The kids are being punished in a way that has angered Kenyans going by the comments. Such types of punishments are not only illegal but also inhumane and show unprofessionalism from the teachers who are meant to take care of the kids.
A primary school in Laikipia County has been the subject of contention today after pictures of children tied to a post emerged. Picture courtesy The three students appear to be under some form of punishment which most people have been castigating all through the afternoon. The primary school has been identified as Thiru Primary School in Nyahururu, Laikipia County.
"Too Inhumane” -School Gets Captured Punishing Students By Tightly Tying Them On A Pole In Mailisaba
A viral photo showing school children's tied up on a pole as a form of punishment has caused mixed reactions from the public. The school reported to be Thiru Primary School in the areas of Mailisaba and almost about 10km's from Nyahururu in Laikipia County is put in question by many as more attention is directed towards the school.
Punishment that sparked Reactions in social media Punishment infliction or imposition of a penalty as retribution for an offense. It must have some degrees of administering and instilling the change in behavior. The deputy headteacher of Thiru primary school in Laikipia West was reported to have tied three pupils to a tree as a means of administering punishment for truancy and delinquency.
"Huu ni Unyama" Kenyans Angry This Photo of Pupils Tied to a Tree Emerged online Some photos of Pupils from a school in Nyahuru tied to a Tree under unclear circumstances has emerged online, drawing mixed reactions from Netizens. In the photos shared by Pulsive Live Kenya, the helpless boys alleged to be from Thiru Primary school a school that is 100km from Nyahuru tow could be seen tied titely to a Tree leaving them helpless.
Disciplinary action will be taken against teachers at Thiru Primary school in Laikipia West if found guilty for tying three pupils to a tree as a punishment. A multi-agency task force, led by Nyahururu sub-county deputy County Commissioner Moses Muruki directed the office of the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) to launch a probe after spending the better part of Wednesday taking statements from teachers and pupils over the incident which occurred last friday.
A photo showing primary school pupils tied on the same tree by the teachers in the name of a punishment has caused sensation online with netizens getting angry with the school's administration at large. The school which was identified as Thiru primary school in Nyahururu is said to have been punishing the young ones harshly whenever the commit little mistakes and use them as an example to others.