KNEC CBC Grade national examinations also known as Kenya Early Years assessment (KEYA) or (Kenya early grade assessment (KEGA) will be going down without any official calendar.
CS Magoha on CBC Grade 3 Exams Schedule
Speaking to the media about Grade 2 national examination, CS for education Magoha said “Grade 3 learners aren’t sitting any exams. KNEC is only monitoring their progress in a term-long exercise that does’nt have a timetable, is conducted by class teachers, has no supervision, and learners won’t be ranked.”
The ministry of education is trying to ease the tension and make the public understand that Grade 3 exams are not as significant as KCSE and KCPE therefore less attention should be paid to them.
Grade 3 students
There are over 1.3 million grade 3 students in Kenya who are studying using the new 2-6-3-3-3 system of education.
The assessment of students is expected to run for five days and come to an end on September 20th 2019.
During the assessment, Grade 3 students will administered with an integrated test. Class teachers will serve as examiners.
Some of the cbc subjects that will be assessed include; Mathematical Activities, Environmental Activities, Hygiene and Nutrition Activities, Movement and Creative Activities e.t.c
For more information on how teachers should submit Grade 3 schools results visit; Knec Grade 3 exams portal
NOTE: KNEC has indicated that they will not release grade 3 exams and those exams will not be used as a means of evaluation to transition to grade 4.
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