KCPE Results 2021 out in two weeks
Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha says 2020 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examination results will be released in the next two weeks if things go to plan.
The CS said that the marking of multiple choices papers was complete and that marking of English Composition and Kiswahili Insha was in progress.
“We had a schedule and in the inside of the next two weeks, the results will be out,” said Prof. Magoha, adding that should there be any changes to the schedule, the same will be communicated by his office.
He was speaking in Kisumu town after supervising the distribution of exam paper to schools.
Further, the CS said that the Covid-19 pandemic had posed a great challenge to the Ministry of Education as some examiners were unable to show up for the marking due to the current movement restriction in the country.
This was as a result of the partial lockdown of some counties, while others decided not to turn up due to their fears over the Covid-19 pandemic.
However, Prof. Magoha noted that this has not interfered with the schedule and that his Ministry had done enough to ensure the results are delivered on time.
“As I said, we are on track. We shall keep updating you on the progress, and we shall keep sharing any events that we find necessary,” he said.
Prof. Magoha said his office will continue to monitor the examinations across the country despite reports of irregularities.
“Today marks the third week of the examinations, and we are proceeding extremely well, considering all things. The examination has gone as per the schedule, except a few tricks that I warned about earlier,” he said, adding that such cases will be dealt with accordingly.
The CS concluded by saying that this year’s examinations had so far experienced low integrity issues as only 15 people and 15 phones had been confiscated adding that if the phones are found with examination content, then necessary actions will be taken against their respective owners.
KCPE 2021 marking 35 percent complete
Education CS George Magoha has said the marking of the 2020 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education exams is 35 per cent complete.
Speaking in Murang’a county on Monday 29.03.2012 as he supervised the opening of examination containers for the ongoing KCSE exams, Magoha said all measures have been put in place to ensure results are released in good time.
The 2020 KCPE exams started on March 22 and ended on March 24 with rehearsals having been done on March 19.
Some 1,181,725 candidates sat the exam which is an increase from 1,083,456 learners who sat the 2019 exam.
Among 3,500 girls in primary school who were found to be pregnant, more than 200 candidates sat for the exam.
Last week Basic Education PS Julius Jwan said the marking of the exam had begun.
Jwan said the marking is being conducted by teachers contracted by the Kenya National Examination Council.
He said both electronic and manual marking was underway and the council has engaged the services of 7,000 examiners.
“We’ve begun marking the KCPE exam and are very impressed in the manner the examination was run. We definitely expect the same for the KCSE exam,” Jwan said.
Since 2017, Knec has been using a hybrid marking system with manual and electronic elements.
Electronic detection of answers on candidates’ answer sheets covers five subjects with multiple choices—Mathematics, English, Kiswahili, Science, Social Studies and Religious Education. Optical mark recognition machines acquired in 2017 are used.
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However, Kiswahili Insha and English Composition are marked by contracted teachers.
This comes even as sector players called for leniency in the marking process.
The examination calendar was altered from the usual November-December calendar to this year following the outbreak of the current Coronavirus pandemic.
Adopted from: https://www.the-star.co.ke/
How to Check KCPE Results 2021
This is how to check your KCPE results online and via SMS
How to Check KCPE Results 2021 via SMS
To get KCPE results 2021 by SMS send an SMS with your Index Number to 20076 for Safaricom, Airtel and Orange networks.
How to Check KCPE 2021 Results Online.
To check KCPE results 2021 online, go to the KNEC website: http://www.knec-portal.ac.ke/ and enter your Index number.
KCPE Result Slip 2021
The ministry of education advises parents and pupils to check the KCPE results and KCPE result slip for any anomaly such as incorrect candidate’s name, school name, and code as well as wrong subject grade and report to Knec within a month after the announcement.
KCPE Results 2019 Released.
- Andy Michael Munyiri emerges top in KCPE 2019 with 440 marks, three pupils tie in the second slot with 439 marks
- Teachers Service Commission CEO Nancy Macharia says 56 teachers are under investigations for KCPE examinations malpractices.
- Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha has briefed President Uhuru Kenyatta before releasing the results.
- A total of 1,088,986 candidates sat for the examinations in October.
Top Students in KCPE 2019 Results
- Andy Munyiri – 440
- Flavian Onyango – 439
- June Jeptoo – 439
- Sean Ndungu – 439
Top Schools in KCPE 2019 Results
- Damacrest School – Thogoto
- Sing’aro Girls
- Kitengela International.
Education CS Magoha releases 2019 KCPE exam results
Education CS Prof George Magoha has announced the results of this year’s KCPE examination.
The top student in the concluded the 2019 KCPE is Andy Michael Munyeri from Damacrest School in Thogoto who scored 440 marks followed by three others with 439 marks. He is followed by Flavian Onyango, June Cheptoo Koech of Sing’aro Girls and Sean Michael Ndung’u of Kitengela International.
Prof Magoha said 1,088,986 candidates sat for the examinations which began on October 28 and ended on October 31, 2019, in 27,000 centres. The examinees were tested on seven subjects.
According to the 2019 results, 527,294 boys (50.1 per cent) and 525,070 girls (49.9 per cent) sat for the examinations.
The number of candidates who scored 400 marks and above dropped to 9,770 from last year’s 11,559. But at the same time, there was a marked rise in candidates who scored 300-400 marks compared to last year.
Magoha also reported an improvement in four out of six papers; English, Swa, Sign language, Social Studies and Religion while Math and Science recorded a drop.
The results, which were released 17 days after the completion of the exam – a new record – recorded the fewest number of exam malpractices.
“There were one or two cases of impersonation and none of the exam papers leaked which is historic,” said Magoha.
The Cabinet Secretary also lauded the decreased cases of underage pregnancies compared to 2018 thanking parents “for spending time with their children.”
All of the 1,088,456 pupils who sat their KCPE exams will proceed to Secondary School as part of the government’s 100% transition program with a record Ksh.8 billion released to improve infrastructure in primary and secondary schools.
“All children will have a place in secondary school. By 2nd Dec, every child who sat KCPE 2019 will know what school they will join.
We have assured our children that all of them will have a place in Secondary School,” said Magoha. “The President has given us very firm instructions to ensure a transparent, fair and very quick placing of these children… By December 2, every child in this country should be able to know which school they are going to.”
The Kenya National Examination Council CEO Dr Mercy Karogo appealed for minute of silence for the teachers who perished in an accident while going to collect the examination papers in Nakuru.
Dr John Onsati Chairman of KNEC while delivering his speech vowed commitment to ensure examination exercise is credible.
Dr Onsati has hailed the gains made in 2019 examination registration which he said had posted an improvement from last year. As an instance, he said it took only one and half months as there was enhanced infrastructure.
TSC CEO Nancy Macharia lauded the input of the teachers saying the 99 per cent of them did their work during the examination period.
The TSC boss has said that the commission has recruited 5000 secondary teachers and will add 10,000 interns to address the shortage. She however noted that there are 26 teachers under investigation over exam irregularities.
Macharia said that they are working on 2021/2025 CBA for improved terms for the teachers, as well as equipping the teachers to handle the CBC.
Guidelines of Releasing of KCPE Results 2019
The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) wishes to bring the following information to the attention of all institutions that presented candidates for the KNEC examinations:
2019 KCPE Results Slips Download and Printouts
Each of the institutions that enter candidates for the KNEC examinations shall receive a hard copy of the institution’s examination results printout and result slips which captures the following information:
- Institution’s Code and Name
This appears on the top left side of the printout. The institution’s code is a unique number by which an examination centre is identified by the Council. This is the number that an institution should always quote whenever communicating with Kenya National Examination Council -.
- Candidates Details
Below the institution’s name and code are details of the candidates. These details include the index number of the candidate, year of examination, gender, individual subject grades and the mean grade.
The important features of the examination results are as indicated below:-
X – Denotes an absent candidate. A candidate is declared absent if he/she did not sit for one or all papers in the examination. However, for the KCPE examination results, the symbol AB indicates an absence;
Y- Denotes that the candidate was involved in an examination irregularity. For the KCPE examination results, the symbol 00 indicates an irregularity;
P– Denotes that the candidate’s examination results have been pended due to infringement on the entry requirements for the examination e.g. incorrect KCPE details for entry in KCSE examination;
W- Denotes that the candidate’s examination results have been withheld on suspicion that the candidate has been involved in an examination malpractice and investigations are ongoing;
U- denotes ungraded examination results due to infringement of the awards criteria.
Release of KCPE 2019 Certificates
Once certificates for a specific examination are ready for collection/dispatch from Kenya National Examination Council – KNEC, the institutions shall be informed through the mass and print media, Sub County Directors of Education and/or the heads of institutions:
All certificates for regular candidates are issued through the Heads of Schools/Institutions and to private candidates through the Sub County Directors of Education.
The Kenya National Examinations Council reserves the right to withdraw a certificate for amendment or for any other reason should this be necessary.
Period of launching queries after the release of KCPE Results 2019
The Kenya National Examinations Council allows thirty (30) days after the date of release of the results/certificates for candidate(s) or institution(s) to raise any query arising from the released examination results/certificates.
Queries about KCPE results/certificates must be made through the Heads of Schools/Institutions and the Sub County Directors of Education. The appeal documents must reach KNEC not later than thirty (30) days after the release of the examination results/certificates, after which the query shall attract a penalty.
Charges on Queries after Release of KCPE Examination Results
- Any amendment on name, gender and year of birth attracts a penalty of 3,000/= (three thousand) per candidate if the query is submitted after thirty (30) days after the date of release of examination results
- The Head of Institution must request in writing explaining the origin of the error.
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KCPE Results 2018
KCPE Results in numbers
- 400 and above – 12,273
- 301 to 400 mks – 228,414
- 201 to 300 mks – 574,927
- 101 to 200 mks – 234,573
- 1 to 100 mks – 2,177
Boys – 527,294 (50.1%)
Girls – 525,070 (49.9%)
Total – 1,052,364 candidates
KCPE Results Top Students
Rawlings Odhiambo from Kakamega Hill School and Olive Mwea from Riara School, Nairobi identified as the top two KCPE candidates scoring 453 out of 500 marks.
KCPE Results: Overall improvement recorded compared to last year
The 2018 Standard Eight national exam results are out. Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed has released the results this afternoon at The Star of the Sea Primary School Mombasa.
In the 2018 KCPE exams, 527,294 were boys while there were 525,070 female candidates.
CS Amina Mohamed noted that the performance had improved, with female candidates performing better than males in English, Kiswahili and Kenya sign language.
There were 12,273 candidates with more than 400 marks in this year’s exams. This, Amina Mohamed noted, was a 1.17 per cent increase from the 9,846 in 2017.
She also observed that more than half of the 2018 KCPE candidates scored more than 250 marks.
The number of pupils who scored less than 100 marks dropped to 2,177 candidates in the 2018 examinations.
Among candidates with special needs, the best out of the 2,495 candidates this year scored 446 marks. This marked an improvement from the 2017 performance in this category.
In 2017 there were 2,038 special needs candidates. The best candidate obtained 426 marks in the special exams.
The ministry had directed for a 100 per cent transition rate to secondary school. The candidates shall be issued with their admission letters before the commencement of the Christmas celebrations.
The selection of candidates who will join Form One in 2019 will start on December 3, Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed has said.
Speaking at Star of the Sea Primary School in Mombasa while releasing the 2018 KCPE exam results Monday, Ms Mohamed said that the selection will be done only once unlike previously when there has been a second selection.
The CS also revealed that over 50 percent of the candidates scored over 250 marks.
In this year’s exam, boys performed better than girls in Mathematics while, on the other hand, girls did better in English and Kiswahili.
At the same time, the Education CS revealed that none of the nine papers administered during the 2018 KCPE exam were leaked.
KCPE Results: Top Candidates and Schools
Olive Mwea Wachira of Riara Road Primary in Nairobi and Rawlings Odhiambo Aketch of Kakamega Hill School were declared the best candidates in this year’s Standard Eight examinations, whose results were released on Monday.
They both scored 453 to top the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education exams charts. However, the duo were two marks shy of last year’s best, Goldalyn Kakuya of St Annes Junior School, Lubao, in Kakamega, who had 455 marks.
Closely behind were Mogusu ictor Momanyi of Emmanuel Springs Academy in Makueni who scored 452 and Asanga Leonard Munayi of Moi Primary School Kabarak with 451 marks. Others in sequence were Merabu Adan Osinga of Booker Academy, Kakamega with 449 marks and Ashley Wambui Wambugu of Kutus Municipality Primary, Kerugoya with 447 marks.
KCPE Results: Other Stars
Other stars were Joshua Angwekwe of Rudan Junion Academy and Njue Chantal Njeri of Thika Road Christian School, each with 446 marks. They were joined by Ngetich Ryan Kipkurui of Whitestar Academy, Kiptoo Calvin Kiprono of St Marks Preparatory School in Nandi, Namisi Sharon Namikoye of Tender Care Academy, and James Sewe of St Peters Cape View with 445 marks each, while Njagi Ronnie Gathuku of Effort Junior School Kerugoya, in Kirinyaga, King’ori Karleen Njeri of Riara Road Primary, Njagi Ronnie Gathuku, from Effort Junior School in Kerugoya, Onyango Rueben Ombura of M.M Shah, Kisumu, Charles Chiteti of St Peters Boys in Kakamega and Njoroge Karanja of Makini, each scored 444 marks. Fleon Ogutu of Gilgil Hills Academy and Wanjohi Ivy Nyambura of High Peak Junior Academy, Naivasha, had 443.
Those who scored 442 marks were Alvin Gikunju of PCEA Kahawa Sukari, Dorothy Hadassah of Genesis Preparatory School, Kisii, Njonje Jefferson Amukhono of Marel Academy, Bungoma, Debra Gakii from Kathigiri Boarding School and Hilary Muriungi of Fred’s Academy, both scoring 442 marks and from Meru County and Kevin Manyansi of Makini School, Nairobi.
KCPE Results: 441 Marks
Waihenya Elizabeth Wanjeri of Nyeri Primary, Muchiri Brian Nderitu of Elite School, Murang’a, Ian Kiama of Kathigiri Primary and Abundance Kariuki Nyaga of Fred’s Academy, Sirma Amy Jemutai of Ongata Academy, Samora Ochieng of St Peters’ Boys and Sala Abdimaaid Yakubu of Makini, all had 441 marks.
However, it was not lost that some regions did not have candidates with more than 440 marks.
For the Coast region, the leading lights were Mvurya Hassan Wanini, from Likunda Primary School in Kwale, who had 440, followed by Rachael Rehema Masa of Bamba Kofi Academy in Kilifi, 434, Fatma Anis of Memon Academy, 433, Bushuru Joan Ongachi of Mtwapa Elite Academy in Kilifi, 431.
Evans Musyoka of Coast High Vision and Mahenzo Yeri of Dzikunze in Kilifi both had 430 marks.
KCPE Results: Best Candidate
In Northern Kenya, the best candidate, Mohammed Isack, from Moyale Junior had 430 marks followed by Billan Mohamed Diis Furqan of Integrated Academy in Wajir with 426 marks and Britney Kirimi Mwenda of High Vision Junior School in Isiolo County with 421.
Private schools continued to dominate top positions compared to public schools, extending a trend that has gone on for years, especially since the introduction of free primary education in 2003 that increased numbers in public schools against few teachers and inadequate facilities.
Performance generally improved compared to last year, with some 12,273 candidates scoring 401 and above, compared to the two previous years, 9,846 in 2017 and 5,143 in 2016. The number of those with 301 and above also improved, 228,414 against 217,307 and 207,141 in the previous years. At the tail end, there were 2,177 candidates who scored below 100 marks, a drop from 2,360 and 6,747 in the last two years.
KCPE Results: Special Needs
Equally, candidates with special needs did pretty well, with the top-scoring 446 marks, compared to 426 last year.
The exams were released in under three weeks, continuing a trend where the Kenya National Examinations Council is pushing for quick disposal of results in an effort to clean up the process. In the past, KCPE results were released after Christmas, two months after completion and more than a month after marking.
But this holding period provided a window where an unscrupulous officials at Knec altered grades for cash, contributing to the widespread theft in the exams.
Quick marking and release of the results is part of the wide-ranging measures started in 2006 under then Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i to conduct foolproof tests and reinforce their credibility.
Releasing the results at the Star of the Sea Primary School in Mombasa, Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed acknowledged that the stringent regulations have made a difference. This year, only four candidates had their result cancelled because of irregularities.
KCPE Results: Cheating
“We stepped up measures against cheating, starting with pre-examination monitoring in the second term. As a result, most of the would-be cases of cheating were prevented. However, during the monitoring exercise, our vigilant teams discovered four candidates guilty of impersonation. These four will have their results cancelled,” she said.
She added: “In the 2018 KCPE examination, the overall performance has improved compared to last year. Analysis shows that since the new tough measures meant to end cheating were first implemented in 2016, the performance — which was lowest in 2016 — has started rising, a clear indicator that teachers are now seriously focused on their work and that candidates also work hard in class knowing that only hard work will count and not the occasional cheating that had become common in some centres”.
Form One selection will start on December 3 and qualifiers will join their respective schools in January. Unlike in the past, Form One selection will only be done once without a second selection as has been the case.
KCPE Results: Female Candidates
Among the trends recorded in this year’s exams was the continuing increase in the number of female candidates. Out of the 1,052,364 candidates who sat the exam, 525,070 or 49.90 per cent were females against 527,294 males or 50.10 per cent; an indication that the country is on the path towards achieving gender parity not only in terms of access but also completion rates at the primary school level.
There were more girls than boys enrolled in primary schools in 23 out of the 47 counties. Some of the counties with the highest female population were Kakamega, Nairobi, Meru, Nakuru, Bungoma, Siaya, Kisii, Kitui, Embu, Kisumu, Tharaka Nithi, Uasin Gishu, Kericho, among others.
However, the overall performance is still in favour of boys. Girls only outshone boys in the languages — English, Kiswahili and Sign Language. Boys excelled in the rest — mathematics, science, social studies and religious education.
KCPE Results: Wastage
Another worrying trend is the number of candidates who fail to write the examinations, at 8,347, and although a 14 per cent climbdown from last year’s 9,726, is a matter of national concern. Either they represent candidates who drop out, which is a source of worry because it amounts to wastage, or represent cases of double registration which would point to an intention to cheat.
Knec chairman George Magoha declared that exam cheating was now history and warned that those still imagining they can circumvent the system that they have no place in the current set-up, where a multi-agency team was working round the clock to secure exams.
He commended teachers for “a superb job” in preparing learners, noting that those who previously thrived on shortcuts had woken up to the reality of a changed environment and hence were concentrating on teaching and achieving good grades.
Adopted From The Daily Nation
KCPE results: Top Candidates in KCPE Results
|NAME OF PUPIL||MARKS||SCHOOL||COUNTY|
|Odhambo Rawlings||453||Kakamega Hill School||Kakamega|
|Olive Mwea||453||Riara Group of Schools||Nairobi|
|Mogusu Victor Momanyi||452||Emmanuel Springs academy||Makueni|
|Leonard Asanqa||451||Moi Primary School, Kabarak||Nakuru|
|Merabu Adan Osinqa||449||Booker Academy||Kakamega|
|Mwangi Ashley Wambui||447||Kutus Municipality Primary||Kirinyaga|
|Bildad Olemokol Onon||447||Central Baptist Primary School||Bungoma|
|Joshua Angwekwe||446||Rudan Junior Academy||Nairobi|
|Njue Chantal Njeri||446||Thika Road Christian School||Nairobi|
|Ngetich Ryan Kipkirui||445||Whitestar academy||Nairob|
|Namisi Sharon Namikoye||445||Tender Care Academy||Nairob|
|James Sewe||445||St Peters Cape View academy||Boma Bay|
|KING’ORI KARLEEN NJERI||444||Riara Primary-Wrong road||Nairob|
|Njoroqe Karanja||444||Makini school||Nairob|
|Ronny Kathuku||444||Effort Junior School||Kirinyaga|
|Reuben Matthew Onyango||444||MM Shah Primary School||Kisumu|
|Njuguna Martin Mbogo||443||Chartaby Academy||Nyandarua|
|Wanjohi Ivy Nyambura||443||High Peak Junior Academy, Naivasha||Nakuru|
|Alvin Gikinju||442||PCEA Kahawa Sukari||Nairobi|
|Dorothy Hadassah||442||Genesis Preparatory school||Kisi|
|Nyonje Jefferson Amukhono||442||Marell Academy||Bungoma|
|Kevin Manyansi||442||Makini school||Nairobi|
|Debra Gakii||442||Kathigiri Public Borading School||Meru|
|Sirma Amy Jemutai||441||Onqata Academy||Kajiado|
|Salah Abdimaaid Yakubu||441||Makini school||Nairobi|
|Nancy Wangui Kamau||441||Faith Mutanda Junior Academy||Uasin Gishu county|
|Mvurya Hassan Wanini||440||Mekaela Group Of Schools||Kwale|
|Kioko Daniel Mutua||440||Miangeni International Academy||Makueni|
|NJOROGE TIFFANY WAIRIMU||440||Riara Primary-Ngong road||Nairobi|
|MUBEA ABIGAIL WANJIRU||440||Riara Primary-Ngonq road||Nairobi|
|Kuria Augustiine Mgwi||439||Radiance Academy||Nakuru|
|Njoroge Victor Kirubi||439||Thika Road Christian School||Nairobi|
|Otwori Anita Moraa||439||Little Friends Academy,||Nakuru County|
|MECHEO FELISTUS WENDY MONG’AR||439||Set Hill Green||Kisii|
|Mutunga Faith Mutio||439||Miangeni Intemational Academy||Makueni|
|Brian Kiprono||439||Chelsea Academy||Bomet|
|Kamuya Mark Kanyi||438||Bethlehem Academy,Ruiro||Kiambu|
|Mercel Okuku||438||Lukonyi Pri.||Busia|
|Gitonga Macklee Nderitu||438||Makini school||Nairobi|
|Macharia Bathlomew Thionqo||438||Riverbank Academy||Laikipia|
|Samosala Tamasha Amondi||437||Maseno Girs Primary School||Kisumu|
|Paullette Gill||437||Mary Immayculate Educational Complex||Nairobi|
|ANARI RYAN GIGGS||437||St Peter’s Elite school||Nakuru|
|Okombo Esther Eve Atieno||437||Mai Primary School Kabarak||Nakuru|
|Tamasha Amondi Samohala||437||Maseno Girls Boarding Primary School||Kisumu|
|Natalie Osita Muoma||437||Donholm Catholic Primary School||Nairobi|
|Paul Muyali Khamala||437||Booker Academy Mumias )||Kakamega|
|Kamau Grace Mwende||437||Steppingstone Academy||Kiambu|
|Leo Rono Koech||437||Sunshield Academy||Nakuru|
|Grace Kwanya||437||Janairo Academy||Hama Bay|
|Ashley Mumbua||436||St Mary’s Ruaraka||Nairobi|
|Ruth Okisa||436||Lakewood Schools||Nairobi|
|RONO GIDEON KIMELI||436||Little Lambs School,||Uasin Gishu county|
|Orango Lindsay Moraa||436||Makini School kibos||Kisumu|
|Karimi Grace Njunqe||436||Booker Academy Mumias||Kakamega|
|Maloba John Maloba||436||Makini School Kibos||Kisumu|
|Njeru Janet Kathomi||436||Nyeri Good Shepherd||Nyeri|
|Philip Muendo Nzomba||436||Utawala Academy, Embakasi||Nairobi|
|Kennedy Rooney Mwendwa||436||Emmanuel Springs Academy||Makueni|
|Amos Muqao||436||Gatunga Jour Academy||Tharaka Nithi|
|Njuru Nick Mugo||436||Makini school||Nairobi|
|Rob Ryan Matu||435||Rockfields Junior School Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Vincent Kinyua||435||Lakewood Schools Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Olulo Hazel Mima||435||Moi Educational Centre Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Vincent Kinyua||435||Lakewood Schools Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Ryan Matu||435||Rock Fields Junior Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Kerry Mureti||435||Good Testimony Junior School Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Waita Maryanne Nthenya||435||Kari Mwailu Boarding Primary||Makueni|
|Gloria Kemunto Oqochi||435||Imperial Primary||Kisii|
|Rob Ryan Matu||435||Rockfields Junior School, Donholm Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Gitonga Nicole||435||Makini School Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Clarke Imbuhila||434||Heritage Academy||Kakamega|
|Teddy Mwangi Murage||434||St. Hannah’s Preparatory School, Karen||Nairobi|
|Madegwa Lemwel||434||Rock Fields Junior Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Daniel Chemorei||434||Hillside School, Utawala||Machakos|
|Odiwuor Alicia Consy||434||Riara Primary-Ngong Road Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Kennedy Mwangi||434||Makini School Nairobi||Nairobi|
|David Kamau||434||Makini School Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Natalie Christine Kiwinqa||433||Mirema School Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Macharia Mike Gichimu||433||Little Friends Academy,||Nakuru|
|Busera Linda Gracious||433||St Teresa Isanjiro Primary School||Kakamega|
|Fettle Anb||433||Memon Primary Academy||Mombasa|
|Munyi Newton Nyamu||433||Kutus Municipality Primary School||Kirinyaga|
|Michael Mumo Mwendwa||433||Star Sheikh Academy||Machakos|
|Maryclair Nyambura||433||Nyeri Good Shepherd||Nyeri|
|Musanqo Stanley Mutinda||433||Miangeni International Academy||Makueni|
|Njoroge Matthew Njoroge||433||Riara Primary-Ngong Road Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Mboqo Alexia Mati||433||Makini School Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Sandra Mirigo Nganga||432||Sukari Presbyterian Academy||Kiambu|
|Zerubabbel Mumo||432||Emmanuel Springs Academy||Makueni|
|Kimathi Elizabeth Mukami||432||Thika Road Christian School Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Daisy Mugure Gitau||432||Mirema School Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Musernbi Mercy Ndululu||432||Tender Care Academy Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Sandra Mirigo Nq’anq’a||432||Sukari Presbyterian Academy||Kiambu|
|Kisang’ Ethan Kiptoo||432||Whitestar Academy (Lang’ata) Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Derrick Owen||432||St. Vincent Depaul Boys||Nairobi|
|Bogs Twalib Mwasiwa||432||Mekaela Manuel Alexander Primary School.||Kwale|
|Mwanik Laureen Sanaiyan||432||St Peter’s Academy, Narok||Narok|
|Wabuti Fortune Faluma||432||St Peter’s Boys Primary, Mumias||Kakamega|
|Isiaho Zahra Wambui||432||Riara Primary-Ngong Road Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Tirok Nana Jerop||432||Riara Primary-Ngong Road Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Kimani James Muigai||431||St John’s Academy Kipipiri||Nyandarua|
|Gesore Ezra Mogambi||431||Radiance Academy||Nakuru|
|Loise Patience Sopia||431||St Peter’s Elite||Nakuru|
|James Kimani||431||St John’s Academy||Nyandarua|
|Muiri Job Muturi||431||Donhom Catholic- Nairobi||Nairobi|
|James Kimani||431||St John’s Academy||Nyandarua|
|Meld Job Muturi||431||Donholm Catholic Primary Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Aware Leonora Esther||431||St Peters Girls Boarding Primary School Elburgon||Nakuru|
|Brian Stanley Ochieng||431||King Solomon Junior School||Homa Bay|
|Washington Junior Ochienq||431||Rondo Township Primary||Siaya|
|Nathan Sure George||430||Alimo Academy||Nyamira|
|Ralphine Wesley||430||Camelview School||Bungoma|
|Mackenzie Natasha Wanjiru||430||Tender Care Academy Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Kerai Milan Devshi||430||Victonell Academy||Nakuru|
|Ochienq Neyel Richard||430||Kakameqa Hill School||Kakamega|
|Paul Jude Akelo||430||Gideon’s Memorial Academy||Homa Bay|
|Pl.olgonyo||430||Ebenezer Academy Busia||Nairobi|
|Thelma Alividza||430||Mbale Shalom||Vihiga|
|Murunqa Baraka Buyuka||430||Riara Primary-NI:Jong Road Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Mwaura Angela Nduta||430||Riara Primary-Ngong Road Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Mohamed Amal Jama||430||Riara Primary-Ngonq Road Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Wangui Sasha Nancy||430||Riara Primary-Ngong Road Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Ouma Leon Feikin||430||Makini School Kibos||Kisumu|
|Tanisha Chomp||429||Rudan Junior Academy Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Guyo Qabale Galm||429||Tender Care Academy Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Mugure Livya Wangechi||429||Bishop Kairu Educational Centre||Muranga|
|Darlene Omwansa||429||Mason° Girls Boarding||Kisumu|
|Ummikulsurn Parpia||429||Memon Primary Academy||Mombasa|
|Patience Murugi||429||Hillside School, Utawala||Machakos|
|Naomi Fwani||429||Hillside School, Utawala||Machakos|
|Valerie Faith||429||Mbale Shalom||Vihiga|
|Munene Cliff Wambugu||429||Riara Primary-Ngong Road Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Kiragu Jason Ngacha||429||Riara Primary-Ngong Road Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Nyaga Brenda Makena||428||Gatunqa Junior Academy||Tharaka Nithi|
|Elsie Kwamboka Onsende||428||Kinder Care Preparatory School||Kajiado|
|Eric Ndua Kiundi||428||Moi Forces Academy Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Cate Nyakio||428||Lakewood Schools Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Nyaga Brenda Makena||428||Gatunqa Junior Academy||Tharaka -Nithi|
|Angela Kwamboka Ondari||428||Imperial Academy||Kisii|
|Cate Nyakio||428||Lakewood Schools Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Sue Amusolo Ins||428||St Hannah’s Preparatory School, Karen Nairobi||Nairobi|
|John Sifa Yaah||428||Twinkle Stars Academy||Kilifi|
|Kapolon Braine Lomoni||428||Consolata Primary||Meru|
|Waruiru Nelius Wangari||428||Nyeri Prmary School||Nyeri|
|Laura Nyadzua Tungu||428||Light Academy||Mombasa|
|Gitari Abigael Karimi||428||St Andrews Kabare Boarding||Kirinyaga|
|Nyaga Brenda Makena||428||Gatunqa Junior Academy||Tharaka Nithi|
|Okello Risper Atieno||428||Riara Primary-Ngonq Road Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Mwangangi Paul Kirnanzi||428||Riara Primary-Ngong Road Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Hamiza Abdirizak||428||Makin} School Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Chiba Shirleen Tamara||427||Ongata Academy||Kajiado|
|Odika Nichole||427||St Petere Gateview Academy||Homa Bay|
|Brian Akunga Kwako||427||George Mutai Educational Centre||Nandi|
|Mwinb Victor Muuo||427||Wote Ack Township Primary School||Makueni|
|Deborah Nyarnbura Nganga||427||Donholm Catholic Primary School Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Benson Munene G.||427||Deb Primary School||Nyeri|
|Rodgers Maighacho Mawalla||427||Little Wonder School Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Harriet Moraa||427||Moses Mudavadi Primary School,||Vihiga|
|Okongo Socrate Okoth||427||Star Sheikh Academy||Machakos|
|Joshua Ochieng Owino||427||Hillside School, Utawala||Machakos|
|Brenda Waithera||427||Kirawa Road School, Kitisurti||Nairobi|
|Abdi Mohamud Ali||427||Mwatate Preparatory||Taita Taveta|
|Joshua Ochieng||427||Hillside School, Utawala||Machakos|
|Nqotho Albert Jonathan||427||Riara Primary-Ngonq Road||Nairobi|
|Vincent Muraya Mwangi||426||Fairview Academy||Mombasa|
|Melanie Nyambura Kaburu||426||Pen Elite Githunguri||Kiambu|
|Rizik Nassure||426||Lakewood Schools||Nairobi|
|Rizik Nassure||426||Lakewood Schools||Nairobi|
|Daniel Theuri||426||Lakewood Schools||Nairobi|
|Mama Beloved Mukeni||426||Cornerstone Academy||Nairobi|
|Winnie Cherotich||426||Kimong Upper School||Nandi|
|Seleka Abraham Juma||426||Star Sheikh Academy||Machakos|
|Billan Mohamed Diis||426||Furgan Integrated Academy||Vihiga|
|Malcon Evelia||426||Mbale Shalom||Wa-r|
|Janda Kuli Kamla||426||Riara Primary-Ngong Road||Nairobi|
|Mohamed Ash Jeneby||426||Makini School||Nairobi|
|Kelvin Njogu||425||St John’s Academy Kipipiri||Nyandarua|
|Koros Alvin Salaach||425||Liza School Naivasha||Nakuru|
|Bomet Victor Kibet||425||Onqata Academy||Kalado|
|Kysha Mideva||425||Lakewood Schools||Nairobi|
|Kelvin Njogu||425||St John’s Academy||Nyandarua|
|Chepkwony Karen Chebet||425||Moi Primary School Kabarak||Nakuru|
|Anjelica Anyanqo Young||425||Eldo Baraka Academy, LA’||Gishu County|
|Kysha Mideva||425||Lakewood Schools||Nairobi|
|Kelvin Njogu||425||St John’s Academy||Nyandarua|
|Mutwiri Wise Munene||425||Sukari Presbyterian Academy||Kiambu|
|Baize! Waitherero Mwariri||425||Ack Township Wote Primary School||Makueni|
|Kabugo Samuel Kariuki||425||Chartaby Academy||Nyandarua|
|Eric Ngombo||425||St Gabriel School||Kitui|
|Tabisa Athiei Ayual||425||Good Testimony Junior School||Nairobi|
|Gkundi Kanana Nkirote||425||Viraj International Academy||Machakos|
|Njoroge Faithrose Wanqui||425||Brookfield School||Nyeri|
|Prudence Phylis||425||Moses Mudavadi Primary School,||Vihiga|
|Bright Osteen||425||Moses Mudavadi Primary School,||Vihiga|
|Halima Fadhili Murutu||425||Sheikh Zayed Primary||Mombasa|
|Mutua Samuel Maundu||425||Malivani AIC Boarding Primary||Makueni|
|Adrian Michael||425||Hillside School, Utawala||Machakos|
|Muli Titus Mutai||425||Riara Primary-Ngong Road||Nairobi|
|Mbugua Ariana||425||Makini School||Nairobi|
|Evan-Lydia Kwamboka||425||Makini School||Nairobi|
|lvy Ashley||425||Makini School||Nairobi|
|Melissa Njeri||425||Makini School||Nairobi|
|Wangeci Brown||424||Radiance Academy||Nakuru|
|Melody Virginia Mark||424||Fesbeth Academy||Kakamega|
|Michelle Adhiambo||424||Rudan Junior Academy||Nairobi|
|Jeddah Nkirote||424||Mirerna School||Nairobi|
|Lynette Sahizi||424||Londiani Girls’boardinq School||Kericho|
|Deng Mary Nyanrar||424||Tender Care Academy||Nairobi|
|Joyline Chelangat||424||St Charles Academy||Kericho|
|Wangeci Brown Kamau||424||Radiance Academy||Nakuru|
|Too Chepkodr Tania-||424||Moi Primary School Kabarak||Nakuru|
|Winfrida Ghati Daniel||424||Set Hill Green||Kisii|
|Joyline Chelangat||424||St Charles Academy||Kericho|
|Maina Mwangi Alex||424||Bekamo Academy||Laikipia|
|Biize Ali Ngao||424||Leads School Jomvu||Mombasa|
|Deng Mary Nyanrar||424||Tendercare Academy||Nairobi|
|Flavian Bright||424||Star Sheikh Academy||Machakos|
|Melissa Wangui||424||Kirawa Road School, Kitisuru||Nairobi|
|Yonah Paul Otsyula||424||Kisima Childcare Academy, Naitiri||Bungoma|
|Nivelle Jimwani||424||Mbale Shalom||Vihiga|
|Thuranira Melanie Mwendwa||424||Riara Primary-Ngong Road||Nairobi|
|Mohamed Aisha||424||Makini School||Nairobi|
|Njoroge Maine||424||Makini School||Nairobi|
|Khalid Walid||424||Makini School||Nairobi|
|Robert Kanuk,||423||Radiance Academy||Nakuru|
|Otiende Branice Kazira||423||Ongata Academy||Kajiado|
|Ab eel Mutheu||423||Lakewood Schools||Nairobi|
|Robert Kariuki||423||Radiance Academy||Nakuru|
|Abyqael Mutheu||423||Lakewood Schools||Nairobi|
|Ndiritu Peggy Nashipae||423||River Bank Academy||Nyandarua|
|Sylvia Joyce Angira||423||Nyangloma Girls Boarding Primary||Siaya|
|Kapesa Luke Charles||423||Newlight Academy||Nairobi|
|Kiburi John Njenga||423||Visions Academy Subukia||Nairobi|
|Githinji Boaz Karani||423||Slwlimit Academy||Kirinyaga|
|Ezekiel Twarad Koroy||423||Good Testimony Junior School||Nairobi|
|Musembi Samuel Baraka||423||Riara Primary-Ngong Road||Nairobi|
|Galgallo Roba||423||Makini School||Nairobi|
|Kariuki Neerna||423||Makini School||Nairobi|
|Patience Kwamboka||423||Makini School||Nairobi|
|Vanessa Sigara||423||Makini School||Nairobi|
|Elvis Baraza||422||Lions Primary School||Nakuru|
|Marvin Cusson||422||St Francis Hambala||Vihiga|
|Chebet Shelma||422||George Mutai Educational Centre||Nandi|
|Wanjau Liz Wanjiku||422||Tender Care Academy||Nairobi|
|Chelsea Wanjiku||422||Mary Immaculate Educational Complex||Nairobi|
|Emma Chebet||422||Township Academy||Bomet|
|Benjamin Ares Omoi||422||Eroma Preparatory School||Nyamira|
|Barna Elvis Bwire||422||Lions Primary School||Nakuru|
|Jonathan Bwagizo||422||Mekala Academies||Kwale|
|Kinoti Bryson Mwenda||422||St Mary’s Nairobi||Nairobi|
|Musili Dinah Mwikali||422||Malivani AIC Boarding Primary||Makueni|
|Muthembwa Mark Mboka||422||Malivani AIC Boarding Primary||Makueni|
|Mwapheku J. Bwagizo||422||Mekaela Group Of Schools||Kwale|
|Njoroge Martin Gitau||422||Riara Primary-Ngong Road||Nairobi|
|Valerie Ashley||421||Kiranda Girls’primary School||Midori|
|Mariam Kalumu Ali||421||Ithimani Primary School||Kitui|
|Zurekha Ramadhan Leluten||421||Sulmeya Integrated Education Centre||Garissa|
|Jude Makau Nqava||421||Moi Primary School, Kabarak||Nakuru|
|Giathi Timothy Mannaseh Kariti||421||Prosper Primary School Marmanet||Laikipia|
|Krimi Britney Mwendwa||421||High Vision Academy||Isiolo|
|Caleb Muganqai||421||Moses Mudavadi Primary School,||Vihiga|
|Amine Ali Choke||421||Sheikh Zayed Primary||Mombasa|
|Mang’au Harmony||421||Star Sheikh Academy||Machakos|
|Masuruli Julius Sostenes||421||Hati Primary School||Kiambu|
|Krimi Britney Mwendwa||421||High Vision Junior School||Isiolo|
|Obeys J. Mboya||421||Mekaela Group Of Schools||Kwale|
|Joyson Omara Mbwana||421||Mekaela Manuel Alexander Primary School.||Kwale|
|Njoroqe Eugene Kuria||421||Riara Primary-Ngong Road||Nairobi|
|Yasmin Riziki Okoko||421||Makini School||Nairobi|
|Talisa Nasike Obetele||420||Makini School||Nairobi|
|Nava Abbey||420||Whitestar Academy||Nairobi|
|Beryl Mary Adhiambo||420||Riverine Academy||Nairobi|
|Diana Mange||420||Brighter Days Academy||Taita Taveta|
|Sila Chelangat Teigut||420||Mirema School||Nairobi|
|Akinyi Banta Ochieng||420||Mary Immavculate Educational Complex||Nairobi|
|Tend Meshack Kibet||420||All Saints Primary School||Nandi|
|Cherongony Natalie Jeptoo||420||Moi Primary School Kabarak||Nakuru|
|Kalii Meshack Mutinda||420||Bridge Gicagi||Nairobi|
|Kenneth Mwendwa Mwololo||420||Kiuini Preparatory||Machakos|
|Mwaina Claire Wanqui||420||Langalanga Happy Child Academy||Nakuru|
|Mwiti Roy Muthomi||420||St Joseph Primary School Thy||Tharaka Nithi|
|Sirere Abraham||420||Hillside School, Utawala||Machakos|
|Lynn Change||420||Mbale Shalom||Vihiga|
|Adam James Chege||420||Riara Primary-Ngong Road||Nairobi|
|Bolo Penina Kecha||420||Riara Primary-Ngong Road||Nairobi|
|Njiru Ted Mule||420||Riara Primary-Ngong Road||Nairobi|
|Ngweli Kessie Kandali||420||Makini School||Nairobi|
|Obetele Talisa Nasike||420||Makini School||Nairobi|
|Peter Clever||420||Makini School||Nairobi|
KCPE Results: President Kenyatta hints at KCPE exam release tomorrow
President Uhuru Kenyatta has hinted that the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examination results could be released on Monday November 19, 2018. Speaking during the unveiling of Gachororo PCEA Church in Juja on Sunday, President Kenyatta said “and when we will announce the results tomorrow” before realizing his error and pulling back, much to the amusement of the crowd, saying “ah, now what have I said?”
The Head of State urged those who sat the exams to be satisfied with whatever grade they rightfully scored, adding that the government will ensure they all proceed to secondary school.
According to President Kenyatta, every pupil will have the secondary school enrollment letters before Christmas celebrations. “When we will announce the results, I want to tell our children that because we know you did your best, do not be afraid just because you attained a particular grade because, like I said, the most important thing is that everyone who sat the Standard 8 exam will be admitted to Form One,” said the President.
He reiterated that the government will continue to cover education expenses for students including their school fees and purchasing learning materials, further challenging parents to do their part by purchasing school uniforms and ensuring that their children are fed.
“It is our responsibility to ensure that our young children access basic education up to secondary level and the government will provide opportunities in the vocational centers, in universities. Let us not allow our children to loiter and instead, let them be in school,” he said.
President Kenyatta also lauded all education stakeholders involved in the national examination for showcasing professionalism and recording the lowest number of exam malpractices.
“There was very little cheating or abuse during this year’s national exams and I would like to acclaim all stakeholders who participated in ensuring achievement of all these,” he said.
KCPE Results Release Date by KNEC
The KCPE Results 2018 is expected to be released this week – probably Wednesday 21st November 2018 by the Education CS Amina Mohammed at the KICD Offices in Nairobi. Thereafter form one selection 2019 will begin. It is expected that by Jamhuri Day 12th December 2018 all pupils will be knowing which secondary school they have been placed.
KCPE Results 2017 Released
The 2017 Standard Eight national exam results are out. Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi released the results on Tuesday morning at Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development in the capital Nairobi.
Dr Matiangi said no single irregularity was reported in the tests that mark transition from primary to secondary school.
Of the 1,003,556 candidates who wrote the exams, 9,846 scored 400 marks and above out of the possible 500. Those who scored below 100 marks dropped from 6,747 in 2016 to 2,360 in 2017.
The top candidate scored 455 out of 500 marks, an 18 mark improvement from last year’s 437. “The best candidate in last year’s exam would not be even top 20 in this year’s results thus showing remarkable improvement,” he said.
Matiang’i was keen to note that the marking in this year’s KCPE results had a 99.98% accuracy rating with every student who sat this year’s exam expected to get their results as there were no cancellations, missing marks or any case of malpractice recorded.
This year, the Kenya National Examinations Council used the automated Optical Mark Recognition machines that fast-tracked the process of marking with results being released just 19 days after the national exam ended.
The CS said all the over 9,000 candidates who managed 400 marks and above would join national secondary schools whether they sat the tests at a private or public exam centre.
“Form One selection will start on December 4, 2017,” Dr Matiangi said.
In a rare proud moment, the Education CS announced that six students in the top 100 list came from special needs schools further adding that the government has committed to improving their infrastructure in a bid to empower students with special needs.
He attributed this year’s success in exam and deliver results to a multi-agency collaboration in the sector saying it has indeed yielded results.
The release came almost a month earlier than previous years after marking was fast-tracked by optical machines. The 20 new scanning machines, bought by the Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec) at a cost of Sh90 million, replaced 20 old scanners bought more than 17 years ago.
KCPE Results Summary
- This year’s KCPE top candidate got 455 marks compared to last year’s 437, a remarkable improvement as Education Cabinet Secretary Dr Fred Matiang’i rightly put it, , during the official release of the results at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) on Tuesday.
- An estimated 9,846 candidates scored 400 marks and above compared to last year’s 5,190.
- Another 2,360 candidates managed to get less than 100 marks from a high of over 6,000 candidates last year.
- All 2017 candidates will be able to receive their results once they send an SMS with their index numbers to 22252 or visiting the KNEC website at www.knec-portal.ac.ke and enter their index number respectively.
- Matangi also emphasized that all those who managed 400 marks and above will be admitted to national schools across the country irrespective of whether they attended a public or a private school. This as he justly said there was a need to nurture and serve school-going children in order to secure their future.
- Another notable development witnessed from this year’s results is gender parity. 27 out of all 47 counties registered more girls compared to what has been the norm in previous years.
- Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) Chair Prof George Magoha strongly noted that this year’s KCPE examination was firmly set and secured. There were no issues in this year’s KCPE examination in regards to accessibility except for a few impassable roads due to the heavy rainfall. “We made sure that every child got an equal opportunity to sit for the exam”, he added.
- KNEC procured an additional 67,000 containers as compared 300 metallic containers in 2016 that were highly secured in various County Commissioners’ offices. Equally, security was top notch.
- The results come just about three weeks since the 2017 KCPE exam was completed; almost a month earlier than previous years after marking was fast-tracked by 20 optical machines.
- Six of the top 100 candidates came from special schools.
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