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A new secondary school opened to admit form ones who missed placement

Dagoretti South MP John Kiarie at Riruta Satellite Primary School.
Dagoretti South MP John Kiarie at Riruta Satellite Primary School.

The Government has established a new Secondary school to accommodate form ones who missed slots in other schools. The new secondary school opened in Nairobi county by the Ministry of Education will admit any form one who is yet to report to school. This is in a bid to realize the one hundred percent transition policy.

The new school has been established within Riruta Satellite Primary School in Dagoretti Sub County. The school has so far admitted over 20 students. Education Principal Secretary Dr. Belio Kipsang has said the government will provide infrastructural support to the school.

“The government wants to make sure that all children are in school,” Dr. Kipsang said while Speaking at Riruta Satellite Primary School. He added that the government will ensure all learners are in school. He further noted that the Teachers’ Service Commission (TSC) will send a Principal, Deputy and teachers to ensure the students are taught.

Basic Education PS Belio Kipsang while leading a Form One admission mop up exercise in Nairobi where he helped to place more than 40 children in various secondary schools
Basic Education PS Belio Kipsang while leading a Form One admission mop up exercise in Nairobi where he helped to place more than 40 children in various secondary schools

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On Monday January 3, 2020, Basic Education PS Belio Kipsang led a Form One admission mop up exercise in Nairobi where he helped to place more than 40 children in various secondary schools. Education Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha has also been leading the mop up exercise. Various Officers have at the same time deployed to all parts of the county to work with multi-agency teams to speed up the national task.

Director General of Education Elyas Abdi addresses students at Rhamu Day in Mandera North County as he monitored the last phase of the 100pc transition to Form One for 2020
Director General of Education Elyas Abdi addresses students at Rhamu Day in Mandera North County as he monitored the last phase of the 100pc transition to Form One for 2020

Over a million children have joined secondary schools which constitutes 96% of the students who sat for KCPE last year; in 2019.

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