Students Will Break For Half Term On Thursday, May 26

By Lynnet Okumu / Published May 24, 2022 | 11:09 am




KEY POINTS

The academic calendar is set to be implemented as planned despite the confusion facing education stakeholders such as parents and students concerning CBC and it will be done.


Magoha on CBC

KEY TAKEAWAYS


The third term of the academic calendar 2022 lasts for a maximum of seven weeks beginning September 26th to November 25th.  The term will not have any half-term breaks.


According to the Ministry of education’s official Calendar, elementary and secondary students will have a midterm break from Thursday, May 26.

The break which is set to go for three days i.e., from Thursday 26th -Sunday 29th, is coming exactly 6 weeks after the learners began the first term of the year 2022 on 25th April.

Term one of the academic year 2022, is set to end on July 2, 2022, after which students and pupils across the country will have a short holiday until July 10, 2022.

After the one-week holiday, term two of the academic calendar 2022 will begin on 11th July 2022. The students will go for another half-term break from August 11 to 14 2022, and later close the term on September 17, 2022.

This will give the students a short holiday from 17th September to 25th September 2022.

The third term of the academic calendar 2022 lasts for a maximum of seven weeks beginning September 26th to November 25th.  The term will not have any half-term breaks.

Meanwhile, the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education KCPE for the academic year 2022 will begin on November 28, 2022, and end on December 1st, 2022.

The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, on the other hand, will begin on January 3rd, 2022, and end on January 23rd, 2022.

The academic calendar is set to be implemented as planned despite the confusion facing education stakeholders such as parents and students concerning CBC and it will be done.

The question is, will junior secondary pupils be enrolled in secondary schools, or will remain within primary school institutions? Assuming they will be enrolled in a secondary school as is widely assumed. Where are the resources yet only one class/school is ready, no dorms or extra teachers?

How is it that parents, teachers, principals & the public have no idea how junior secondary will look like seven months to commencement, what senior secondary will look like, what kind of evaluation will be done, how the transition will be done, learning resources needed? etc.

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