All grade six learners who are the first cohort of Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) are expected to transition to grade seven in Junior Secondary Schools on 30th of this month. However, the latest report from a reputable source reveals that the grade seven learners in Junior Secondary Schools will use different school uniform.
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With the implementation of the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) in secondary schools, the presidential working party on education reforms instructed all school heads to ensure that new uniforms are availed for the Junior Secondary School (JSS) students who will report to school on 30th January 2023.
Some police officers were spotted wearing different uniforms in Nairobi. As others wore the blue new ones, others wore the old ones, thus confusion. According to sources, they have been allowed to wear the uniform of their choice until president Ruto's taskforce gives its final recommendations.
The Minister for Education hon Ezekiel Machogu has clarified on the questions asked by parents and teachers whose pupils are about to join junior secondary school. Speaking today Monday 16, the Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu said that the grade 7 students who will be joining junior secondary schools as from monday 30th 2023 will be wearing a different uniform from their counterpart in primary schools.
The ministry of education has today announced that grade six learners will Transition to Junior Secondary Schools on Monday January 30, 2023. Speaking today at KICD during the release of form one placement result, education cabinet secretary Ezekiel Machogu said all grade six learners who sat for KPSEA examination will be placed to Junior Secondary.
The education cabinet secretary Hon Ezekiel Machogu today has released the replacement report of the form one students and also the grade seven students. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the grade seven students will be continuing with their education in their respective schools.
Good news to all grade 6 students, this is after the education carbinet secretaly revealed that learners transiting to Grade 7 will have new uniforms for the junior secondary category. Suprisingly, while announcing the Form One Placement, Machogu urged school management to pick colours and types of uniforms to be worn by grade 7 learners.
The form one selection exercise was concluded and the cabinet secretary for education has already released the results with parents expected to plan as their children embarks on the their next academic journey. With the candidates now aware of the schools they will be joining, the date for admission has already been set.
Education PS Belio Kipsang has asked schools to give parents freedom to identify places to buy uniforms so they can get competitive prices. Speaking during the placement of form one students, Mr Kipsang said that schools should not limit the stores where parents get uniforms for their children transitioning from Grade Six to Seven.
The controversy over school uniforms that was brought up by parents and instructors of Grade 7 pupils has been resolved by the Ministry of Education. Ezekiel Machogu, the cabinet secretary for education, stated in a news conference on Monday that Grade 7 students transferring to junior secondary schools (JSS) would be obliged to wear a different color or style of uniform to set them apart from students in primary schools.
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Parents and teachers had risen a big crisis on the matters concerning junior secondary school uniforms as parents had not agreed to the opinions which teachers have issued about wearing uniforms. Parents did not want to purchase new uniforms for their children as on the other hand teachers recommended that they must where different uniforms to distinguish them with other students as the junior secondary is to be domiciled in primary schools.
It is official that learners joining Junior Secondary Schools will have to wear different uniforms to distinguish them from their Primary School counterparts. The ministry has said that said that Grade 7 pupils transitioning to Junior Secondary Schools (JSS) will be required to wear a different colour or type of uniform that will differentiate them from primary school pupils.
Grade 7 students will be expected to wear an alternate tone or kind of uniform that will separate them from primary school understudies. In the wake of holding conversations with guardians and different partners, the Leading body of the board of each school will concoct the new school uniform for JSS.
Learners in public junior secondary schools will not pay school fees. Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu says the government will cover the tuition fees for public schools to the tune of 15,000 per student. At the same time, the ministry has approved different uniforms for grade seven learners to distinguish them from the primary section.
As most Kenyan citizens have many questions concerning CBC and junior secondary schools. The CS Ezekiel Machogu has updated the following concerning the junior secondary schools. The grade seven students to report or be admitted to Junior secondary schools on 30th January, 2023. He has said that grade seven students who will remain in their public primary schools, will neither be charged admission fees nor school fees.
This photo is for illustration purposes only. George Luchiri Wajackoyah, the leader of the Roots Party, discussed police uniforms with President William Ruto on behalf of Muslim women. Wajackoyah requested that the Head of State permit Muslim women to wear hijabs. She did this at the Mumias Cultural Centre in Mumias Town, where she was giving thanks to Commissioner Hadijah Nganyi Jumaat of the Commission on Revenue Allocation (CRA).
The leader of the Roots Party, George Luchiri Wajackoyah, talked to President William Ruto about police uniforms on behalf of Muslim women Wajackoyah asked the Head of State to let Muslim women wear hijabs. She did this at the thanksgiving ceremony for Commission on Revenue Allocation (CRA) Commissioner Hadijah Nganyi Jumaat at the Mumias Cultural Centre in Mumias Town.
Minister of Education Cs Machogu revealed that all the learners who sat in last year's KCPE examinations will get a place in the secondary level. However, he clarifies the issue concerning the grade seven learners and declared that they will remain in their respective schools. He alleges that parents will have to buy new uniforms in a bid to differentiate those who are in junior secondary school and primary level.