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MoE Release Academic Calendar for Term 3 in 2023

MoE Release Academic Calendar for Term 3 in 2023

The Ministry of Education in Kenya has released the third-term school calendar for the 2023 National Examinations, which includes some important details:

1. All schools are set to begin exams on October 30th, 2023.

2. The third term for the 2023 academic year began on August 28th, 2023, and is scheduled to last until October 27th, 2023, in preparation for the upcoming national examinations.

3. Parents are advised to make necessary preparations for their children and collaborate closely with instructors to ensure a smooth examination period.

In addition, the Ministry of Education’s Basic Education Principal Secretary, Belio Kipsang, has emphasized that schools should refrain from engaging in activities involving parents during this period. This includes events like prayer days, visits, and motivational speaker sessions for exams.

The government is committed to ensuring that the third-term learning is not disrupted. To support this, the government will provide all required capitation funds to schools.

Capitation payments made by the government to students enrolled in public primary, junior, and secondary institutions total Ksh16,249,982,722.28 billion.

Free day secondary education will receive Ksh12.9 billion in capitation, junior secondary schools would receive Ksh1.75 billion, and free primary education will receive Ksh1.56 billion.

By September 20th, 2023, these funds should have been sent to each school account in order to support targeted learning activities and guarantee the seamless operation of the academic calendar.

For the entire fiscal year 2022–2023, the Ministry of Education has fully financed the Ksh89.4 billion capitation for instruction in primary, junior, and secondary schools.

MoE Release Academic Calendar for Term 3 in 2023

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