Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu.
Education CS Ezekiel Machogu.


Candidates who took the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) test in 2022 will have their Form One placement outcomes released on Monday at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) by Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu.


According to the 100% transition policy adopted by the government, CS Machogu has informed the parents of all children that they will go on to Form 1.


In addition to this, he said that the selection procedure was finished in a timely manner, which ensures that parents have plenty of time to be ready for their children's admission.


Parents, teachers, and the 1,233,852 students who took the tests have all been eagerly waiting for the results since the start of the new school year was moved up to January 23rd.


Over 1.26 million students who sat for the Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) in grade six may also anticipate receiving the summative evaluation.


During the month of December, CS Machogu announced the results of the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examination that took place in 2022. He said that the candidate will get the results of the examination on January 16, 2023.


It is anticipated that the Ministry of Education will address the transition that candidates for Grade Six will go through while moving on to junior secondary schools.

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When deciding which schools will be able to take junior secondary students and which will be combined with other schools, the number of students in each school, the facilities that are available, and the safety measures that are in place will be taken into account.


Only schools that have an enrollment of at least 45 students will be eligible to house junior secondary schools. Schools that have an enrollment of less than 45 students will be consolidated with other schools in the area.


In addition to this, the ministry will think about how many instructors with advanced degrees and diplomas are necessary to teach junior high school.


In terms of infrastructure, the ministry will look into the size of the site and who owns it, as well as the availability of at least two more classrooms for junior secondary students and the physical infrastructure that is already in place, such as sanitation and food preparation.


Additionally, the schools will be evaluated based on how well equipped they are to teach the many disciplines that the students will be pursuing, particularly those ones that need practical application.


The provision of a laboratory that can be used by students for the purposes of integrating science instruction is one of the fundamental necessities that must be met by junior secondary schools.


The implementation of the competency-based curriculum has reached a critical milestone with the passage of the first class into the seventh grade of junior secondary schools (CBC).


Education CS Ezekiel Machogu says KPSEA results will be announced on Tuesday, 17 2023. 


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