Moi Primary School Kabarak shines in 2020 KCPE as 69 students score 400 marks and above

Academic giant Moi Primary School Kabarak maintained their excellent performance in 2020 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education. Mosigu Natasha emerged top at the school with 425 marks followed by Barack Shem who scored 424 marks out of the total 500. 120 candidates at the school had between 350 and 399 marks. While 15 caindates had between 300 and 349 marks. The school recorded a mean score of 386.80. English had 82.69, Kiswahili 81.29 and Mathematics 74.55 while Science 72.85. Social Studies and Religious Education had 75.44. The least candidate of…

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Celebrations in Nakuru as academic giants record good performance in 2020 KCPE

It was joy and celebrations in Nakuru schools soon after the release of the 2020 KCPE results. At Moi Primary School within Nakuru town,Ezra Machuki emerged winner recording 427 marks. The parents a the school led by Peter Chege lauding the school for the good performance. “We are proud of this class for the good results” he said. Similar mood at Gilgil Hills Academy in Gilgil subcounty. Abigael Makena emerged the top student with 425 marks. Parents at the school broke into song and dance immediately the results were announced…

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Soar Academy shines as all students score 300 plus in KCPE

All students at Soar Kenya Academy in Nakuru West beat all odds to record 300 marks and above. The school’s top candidate scored 386 marks out of the 500 marks. 10 out of the 18 candidates at the school recorded between 350 and 386 marks. The other 8 candidates scored between 302 and 346 marks. Speaking after receiving the news of the performance, Director James Yegon commended the teachers,pupils and donors. He was however quick to note that they expected more than that but COVID-19 messed up everything. “We have…

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No case of malpractices reported in Nakuru in ongoing KCSE-Education PS

No single case of malpractices has been reported in the ongoing Kenya Certificate of secondary Examination in Nakuru county. Principal Secretary  State Department of University Education and Research Amb.Simon Nabukwesi resales the same on Monday when he was in Nakuru to oversee the distribution of the examination materials. The PS lauded Education officers,teachers and security team for ensuring smooth run of the examination. While noting that no single case of malpractices has been reported in the region, Nabukwesi said this is the way to go in ensuring fairness and integrity…

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Expelled Anestar Boys to miss certificates of good Conduct -PS Nabukwesi

There will be no issuance of Certificates of Good Conduct to 70 Form four candidates at Anestar Boys High school in Bahati subcounty of Nakuru County who were expelled following last Thursday’s night incident  in which they broke into a girls’ dormitory in the nearby Anestar Precious Girls’ School. Principal Secretary State Department of University Education and Research Amb.Simon Nabukwesi it is the policy of the Ministry to ensure good values are nurtured. He said the Ministry will not allow them to  be issued with the document until they show…

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70 students from Anestar Boys’ School expelled for breaking into neighboring Girls’ dormitory

70 Form four candidates at Anestar Boys High school in Bahati subcounty of Nakuru County have been expelled following Thursday’s night incident  in which they broke into a girls’ dormitory in the nearby Anestar Girls School. Confirming the incident,Nakuru county commissioner Erastus Mbui said 10 of the 70 had been arrested while the other 60 were intercepted on Friday morning as they tried to return back to school after spending a night out. “We have expelled the 70 , 10 of whom are those who were arrested while the other…

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How SCANN has turned into ‘a small heaven’ for former street boys in Nakuru

Research done in the late 1990s indicating that there were more boys on the streets than girls saw an idea of feeding street boys in Nakuru initiated. Through a small soup kitchen where street boys would be welcomed for a meal, the idea would later develop into a more elaborate project. In January 2000, Street Children’s Assistance Network Nakuru was established with 100 street boys for a start. Founding Trustee and Chairman of SCANN Mr.Shamsher Gilani in an interview said the main aim is to ensure education for the vulnerable…

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Sossion decries TSC interference with KNUT affairs

Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) Secretary General Wilson Sossion has called on Teachers Service Commission (TSC) to stop interfering with Union’s affairs. Speaking in Nakuru on Sunday during a meeting with KNUT members from different regions,Sossion noted that TSC was trying to paralyze the functionality of the Union by scraping off members. According to Sossion,a democratic government should not interfere with unions whatsoever. He also called on TSC to stop interfering with the ongoing KNUT elections adding that he is ready to lead teachers. “TSC cannot put us at…

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Lobby groups call for need to safeguard child rights

Various lobby groups under the umbrella Nakuru Child Rights Network have joined hands in calling for protection of children rights. The Network has commenced creating awareness on child rights even as 16 Days of Activism against Gender Based Violence commences. Speaking at Hyrax Hill Museum on Wednesday during a dialogue forum between parents and children,Cosmas Mutua said such dialogues are key towards realization of children rights. Mutua terming such a move as the only way to help understand what challenges children face in life. He added that issues of Gender…

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