All Primary and Secondary Schools Set to close Early this Date
On this date, all primary and secondary schools are scheduled to close early.
As the means by which we raise professionals like professors, surgeons, and other significant persons who form the country, education serves as a critical pillar in a country’s economy.
Every parent hopes to see their child achieve academic success and make a major contribution to their country.
All Kenyan primary and secondary schools are currently working intensively to get kids ready for their end-of-term exams, which are anticipated to end by the end of the semester.
All primary and secondary institutions are required to follow the academic terms and schedules that are rigorously planned by the government. The Ministry of Education, which is currently headed by Professor Ezekiel Machogu Ombaki, is a special agency created by the government to oversee the education system.
The creation and distribution of the academic calendar to all primary and secondary schools is the duty of the Ministry of Education.
The current academic calendar calls for the closure of all primary and secondary schools in Kenya on November 3, 2023. Primary and secondary schools will let out their students on this specific day for the prolonged December break, which will continue for two straight months.
The tests for the KCPE (Kenya Certificate of Primary Education) will start on November 6, 2023, and end on November 9, 2023. The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams are consequently scheduled to start on November 10, 2023, and end on December 1, 2023.
These two national exams will be evaluated between December 4 and December 22, 2023, after which the findings will be made public.