Ministry of education through CS George Magoha 31st July 2021 issued a directive banning the hiring and use of school buses by the public. Magoha on hiring of school buses While speaking at KICD, George Magoha indicated that hiring of school buses for non-academic functions is not allowed. Any person who wishes to use school buses for public transportation services like funeral processions, weddings, political events, etc., should get permission from the ministry of education. Why school bus hiring was banned The ministry of education said it had taken the move to prevent misuse of school facilities and also as… Read More »
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The ministry of education 2021 upgrading program for ECDE and PTE teachers who are not in service is now open for application for those wishing to upgrade to DECTE and DPTE respectively. PTE and ECDE Upgrading program PTE and ECDE upgrading program is meant for teachers who are not in service and would wish to upgrade from ECDE to diploma in Early Childhood Education (DECTE) and PTE to diploma in primary teacher Education (DPTE). The Ministry of education indicated that applications for a similar program will be opened later for teachers who are in service. Requirement of registration for upgrading… Read More »
This is a roundup of this week’s education news. From re-opening of schools, schools fees refund to kuccps admission letters. Re-Opening of Schools A new schedule for re-opening of schools has been issued by the Ministry of Education. Secondary and primary schools are expected to re-open in 2021 while TTC and TVET will re-open in September 2020. Universities have been allowed to re-open at their own pace. We had written a comprehensive update about re-opening of schools. You can read it here: CS George Magoha releases Re-opening of Schools Timeline Refund of Schools Fees CS George Magoha has asked primary… Read More »
The Ministry of Education has issued guidelines to be followed by schools to ensure students reach their home safely after the President ordered they be closed. The directive came as a measure to contain the spread of Coronavirus which has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). The circular dated 16th March 2020 puts more emphasis on the earlier one that was released on 13th March when Kenya which confirmed Kenya’s first case of COVID-19. Yesterday Kenya reported two new positive cases of Covid-19 which makes a total of three confirmed cases. This led to the closure… Read More »
The first case of Coronaivrus was confirmed in Kenya on Friday 13th March 2020 at Kenyatta Hospital. It was a case of 27 year old lady who traveled from US Ohio, through Chicago, London to Kenya on 5th March 2020. Below are precautionary measures that school should undertake to prevent students from Covid-19 Coronavirus Precautionary measures for schools Here is what the Cabinet Secretary for the ministry of health in Kenya, Hon Mutahi Kagwe said; Schools to remain open but all inter school games are cancelled Keep 1-meter distance from a person who is sneezing or coughing CDC School children… Read More »