[PHOTOS] : Westlands Primary School holds prayer ahead of KCPE

This year, 1,191,411 candidates are registered to take the test in 28,451 centres.

In Summary

• Rev. Ambrose Nyang'au led the candidates and teachers in prayers as part of preparations for the KCPE exams on Thursday.

• The exam will commence on March 22 and end on March 24 and rehearsals will be on March 19, 2021.

Standard 8 candidates during a prayer session as part of preparations for KCPE exams at Westlands Primary School, Nairobi on March 18, 2021/ANDREW KASUKU
Standard 8 candidates during a prayer session as part of preparations for KCPE exams at Westlands Primary School, Nairobi on March 18, 2021/ANDREW KASUKU

Westlands Primary School held prayers for standard eight candidates who will be sitting for their KCPE this year.

Reverend Ambrose Nyang'au led the candidates and teachers in prayers as part of preparations for the KCPE exams on Thursday.

Reverend Ambrose Nyang'au led the candidates and teachers in prayers as part of preparations for KCPE exams on Thursday.
Reverend Ambrose Nyang'au led the candidates and teachers in prayers as part of preparations for KCPE exams on Thursday.
Image: ANDREW KASUKU

Senior Teacher Hannington Ochieng said that they have done their best in preparing the candidates for the exams.

He said that they have been able to put all things in order and the candidates are confident despite the challenges of the virus.

The exam will commence on March 22 and end on March 24 and rehearsals will be on March 19 2021.
The exam will commence on March 22 and end on March 24 and rehearsals will be on March 19 2021.
Image: ANDREW KASUKU

The candidates also took part in cleaning their desks as part of preparations.

This year, 1,191,411 candidates are registered to take the test in 28,451 centres.

The exam will commence on March 22 and end on March 24 and rehearsals will be on March 19, 2021.

On Day 1, the candidates will start with Mathematics from 8.30 - 10.30am before sitting for the English Section A – Language at 1.10pm.

Image: ANDREW KASUKU

They will end the first day by doing their English Section B – Composition from 2.30 − 3.10pm.

On Day 2, they will start with Science from 8.30 – 10.10am and Kiswahili Lugha 1 from 11.10 – 12.50pm.

On the same day, they will sit for their Kiswahili Insha from 2.10 – 2.50pm.

The KCPE will end on Day 3 of the examination as candidates sit for Social Studies and R.E which will begin at 8.30– 10.45am.