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HomeNewsNEW SCHOOL CLOSING DATE FOR TERM 3 OF 2023 ANNOUNCED

NEW SCHOOL CLOSING DATE FOR TERM 3 OF 2023 ANNOUNCED

NEW SCHOOL CLOSING DATE FOR TERM 3 OF 2023 ANNOUNCED

2023 New School Year Calendar. The Ministry of Education released the third trimester school calendar before to the 2023 National Exams.

According to a statement made on Friday, September 15 by Basic Education Principal Secretary Dr. Bellio Kipsang, classes will begin on October 30.

To get ready for the national examinations season, all schools started the third term of the 2023 academic year on August 28. It is scheduled to last through October 27, 2023.

2023 New School Year Calendar
To enable enough time to prepare for the National Examinations, which will start on October 30, 2023,

Field officials and institutional administrators are reminded that during the Third Term, all school events involving parents and other stakeholders are forbidden.

Kipsang continued by saying the administration had taken additional measures to ensure uninterrupted third-term education.

The principal secretary advised parents to make the required preparations and work closely with teachers in order to achieve a smooth examination period for kids.

He also said that the government will give schools all required capitation payments to make sure the calendar runs well.

To support the regular functioning of all school activities, the Ministry of Education has received Ksh16,249,982,722.28 billion as capitation payments from the National Treasury for distribution to students in public Primary, Junior, and Secondary schools. The statement was incoherent.

According to PS Kipsang, capitation payments for Junior Secondary Schools will total Ksh1.75 billion, while Ksh1.56 billion will go towards Free Primary Education.

The Ministry wants to reassure all schools that the funds would be paid to respective school accounts by September 20th, 2023, to ensure the smooth execution of specified learning activities.

For the 2022–2023 Financial Year, the Ministry of Education completely allotted Ksh89.4 billion as capitation for instruction in primary, junior, and secondary schools.

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