Bridge International School has ‘temporarily lay off’ its staff. This follows the current situation of the Coronavirus pandemic that is getting worse every day globally. Memo to Staff In a memo sent to the staff, bridge indicated that the compulsory two months leave will take effect from 1st April 2020 to 31st May 2020. However,… Read More »
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As schools remain closed over coronavirus, Muthiga Academy has started sharing its online classes via Facebook Live and it has turned out well. On Thursday, March 20, 2020, the school streamed live a class eight English lesson for 13 minutes on its official Facebook pag (watch video) . The video went viral and the lesson… Read More »
The Council for Legal Education has officially announced the dates for 2020 Advocates Training Program (ATP) Examination. In a public notice on one of the local newspapers, the Council indicated that the registration of the July 2020 ATP Examination will commence on Wednesday, April 1, 2020, at 9:00 a.m. In order to register for the examinations,… Read More »
Learning Online and offline from home: Just days after President Uhuru announced the suspension of learning in all schools in Kenya, KICD has put up measures to ensure that students can continue learning from their homes. A statement shared by the Kenya Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) provides some of the means through… Read More »
In the wake of complaints from teachers, the teachers service commission (TSC) in partnership with UoN Minet Insurance has decided to increase minet medial cover for inpatients to between ksh. 750,000 to 2.5 million. Initial cover was from between ksh. 500,000 to Ksh. 1.5 million for inpatient. TSC Circular on Medical Cover Increase In a… Read More »
As cases of persons reported by the Ministry of Health to have tested positive of Coronavirus in Kenya hit four (by 17th March 2020), Moi University has joined a list of learning institutions that have suspended learning until further notice. In a statement issued by the University Senate on Tuesday 17th March 2020, the University… Read More »