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EDUCATION

Schools Could be Closed Until Further Notice

Only 11 days after the returning of schools according to the service of instruction mandates, following 7 months of conclusion. The second flood of Covid-19 has done what numerous Kenyan resident feared. Taking a gander at the Coronavirus chart, believe it or not - things are declining as days passes by. In Mombasa, two schools were as of late shut: The star of the ocean and Tononoka Secondary school.  From the Daily country, the region magistrate of Mombasa, Gilbert Kitiyo said that the two schools are to

  11 months ago ago
Schools Could be Closed Until Further Notice

EDUCATION

Schools could be closed till further notice.

Just 11 days after the reopening of schools as per the ministry of education directives, after 7 months of closure. The second wave of Covid-19 has done what many Kenyan citizen dreaded. Looking at the covid-19 graph, truth be told -things are worsening as days goes by. In Mombasa, two schools were recently closed: The star of the sea and Tononoka Secondary school. From the Daily nation, the county commissioner of Mombasa, Gilbert Kitiyo said that the two schools are to be fumigated while more samples were taken

  1 year ago ago
Schools could be closed till further notice.

EDUCATION

Challenge Of Infrastructure Remains A Threat To Early Childhood Education

Primary school heads are now pleading with the counties to improve the level of infrastructure at ECDE centers. Bungoma DEB primary school head teacher speaks during graduation of PP2 pupils, source files. Speaking during a graduation ceremony of PP2 children at his school, Bungoma DEB primary school head Tobias Khisa said early childhood education centers are a basic foundation of the current competence based curriculum and should be taken keenly.

  3 months ago ago
Challenge Of Infrastructure Remains A Threat To Early Childhood Education

EDUCATION

Schools to reopen in January 2021 not September 2020 -Magoha

Education CS George Magoha in Bungoma All learning institutions will reopen in January 2021 after the Corona virus pandemic would have reduced. Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha says that the government will not risk the lives of learners by reopening schools in September 2020. Speaking at Bungoma DEB primary school in Kanduyi constituency on August 20 when he toured the school to check on preparedness on handling Covid-19 before reopening, Magoha stated that from his visit to a number of schools across

  1 year ago ago
Schools to reopen in January 2021 not September 2020 -Magoha

EDUCATION

Headteacher Urges Parents to be Vigilant

Cases of children school going missing and being abducted have been on the rise in the country. Speaking to the press during the ECDE pupils graduation event that held yesterday at Bungoma DEB Primary School,the head teacher, Tobias Khisa,urged parents to be vigilant on their children as abduction cases in the country are on alarming rate.

  3 months ago ago
Headteacher Urges Parents to be Vigilant

EDUCATION

Lamu Governor Fahim Twaha clears fees for Bungoma girl

Lamu Governor Fahim Twaha has paid the full year fees for Diana Nyokabi, the Bungoma pupil who scored 402 marks in last years Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE), but was on the verge of losing out a chance to join form one, over lack of fees.

  2 months ago ago
Lamu Governor Fahim Twaha clears fees for Bungoma girl

EDUCATION

The Girl Scored 401 Marks But Was forced To Repeat. Millicent Omanga Comes To Her Rescue

A girl by the name Diana Nyokabi from Bungoma did her final primary standard 8 exams during the 2020 KCPE exams. She performed well being among those who topped in the examinations. She got 401 marks out of 500, meaning she is so clever. Nyokabi secured a chance to join Moi Girls High School in Eldoret but her hopes had been burried due to poverty in her family.

  2 months ago ago
The Girl Scored 401 Marks But Was forced To Repeat. Millicent Omanga Comes To Her Rescue

EDUCATION

KCPE Student Who Scored 401 Marks Repeats Class 8

A 2020 KCPE candidate who scored 401 marks has been forced to repeat class eight due to a lack of funds to join form one. Diana Nyokabi, who sat her KCPE exams at the Bungoma D.E.B Primary School was to join the Moi Girls High School in Eldoret.Following her stunning performance, she was selected to benefit from a scholarship program by the Bungoma County.

  2 months ago ago
KCPE Student Who Scored 401 Marks Repeats Class 8

EDUCATION

Lamu Governor Fahim Twaha clears fees for Bungoma Girl

Lamu Governor Fahim Twaha has paid the full year fees for Diana Nyokabi, the Bungoma pupil who scored 402 marks in last years Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE), but was on the verge of losing out a chance to join form one, over lack of fees.

  2 months ago ago
Lamu Governor Fahim Twaha clears fees for Bungoma Girl