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Kombeni Girls Launches Strategic Plan, Sends 50 to Universities

By Collins Akong’o. Kombeni Girls Secondary School has achieved exemplary academic excellence and soared to greater heights following the launch of its Strategic Plan. The school administration set up a taskforce that developed the Strategic Plan whose implementation by parents, guardians, teachers, students and other stakeholders has borne fruits as the premier girls’ school has realized its expectations. In last …

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Kakamega Boys wins drama title

By Staff Reporter. Kakamega Boys High School has proven to be the theatre masters in the secondary schools’ category as they defended their theatre title with ease. With their play titled ‘The Web’ by Oliver Minishi, the school’s principal, the boys scooped the champs title again against Laiser Hill Academy who came second with the play ‘The Rubble Rouser’. In …

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Sacho retains top position, takes 137 to varsities

By Alfred Kimosop. Sacho High School’s ‘Eagles’ class candidates have been feted for displaying superb performance in last year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams. The premier institution marvelously maintained sterling results, with 137 out of 153 candidates who enrolled for the examinations scoring a C+ and above to gain direct entry to universities. The school had a mean …

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School Heads told: Maintain high standards of integrity

By Tsozungu Kombe. Taita Taveta County secondary school heads have been urged to maintain high standard of accountability and integrity while discharging their duties. Speaking during the opening ceremony of Kenya Secondary School Heads Association (KESSHA) Taita Taveta County Annual Conference held at Malindi Pine Court Hotel in Kilifi County recently, the new Taita Taveta County Director of Education, Philip …

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TSC told to register all ECDE teachers

By Erick Nyayiera. Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) Secretary General, Wilson Sossion has warned Teachers Service Commission (TSC) not to discriminate against untrained nursery school teachers. “It is time TSC absorbs and registers all untrained nursery school teachers in active practice regardless of their qualification. It is against the law to sack a teacher who is dedicated and passionate …

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