NEW CURRICULUM

[PHOTOS] Pupils go through practical session under CBC

The National Parents Association said it will defend the embattled Competency-Based Curriculum in court.

In Summary

• On Monday, the National Parents Association said it will defend the embattled Competency-Based Curriculum.

• A petition filed through advocate Nelson Havi argued that the action by the Education ministry to implement the new curriculum is unlawful.

As many parents try to catch up with the new Competency-Based Curriculum, some pupils have embraced it. Pupils at Anointed Academy on Thursday interacted in a class session under CBC.

Pupils at Annointed Academy engage in an interactive class session on September 23, 2021 through the new CBC curriculum. Recently the National Parents Association said that it will defend the embattled Competency-Based Curriculum in court after a case was filed to challenge it./ MERCY MUMO
Pupils at Annointed Academy engage in an interactive class session on September 23, 2021 through the new CBC curriculum. Recently the National Parents Association said that it will defend the embattled Competency-Based Curriculum in court after a case was filed to challenge it./ MERCY MUMO

As many parents try to catch up with the new Competency Based Curriculum, there are pupils who have embraced it.

Pupils at Annointed Academy on Thursday interacted in class session under CBC.

Pupils at Annointed Academy engage in an interactive class session on September 23, 2021 through the new CBC curriculum. Recently the National Parents Association said that it will defend the embattled Competency-Based Curriculum in court after a case was filed to challenge it./ MERCY MUMO
Pupils at Annointed Academy engage in an interactive class session on September 23, 2021 through the new CBC curriculum. Recently the National Parents Association said that it will defend the embattled Competency-Based Curriculum in court after a case was filed to challenge it./ MERCY MUMO

The students used tablets to improve their knowledge on technology while others used manila papers to draw and others learnt how to sew.

Pupils at Annointed Academy engage in an interactive class session on September 23, 2021 through the new CBC curriculum. Recently the National Parents Association said that it will defend the embattled Competency-Based Curriculum in court after a case was filed to challenge it./ MERCY MUMO
Pupils at Annointed Academy engage in an interactive class session on September 23, 2021 through the new CBC curriculum. Recently the National Parents Association said that it will defend the embattled Competency-Based Curriculum in court after a case was filed to challenge it./ MERCY MUMO

The CBC perspective to education provides learners with 21st-century skills, such as collaborative learning, critical thinking, communication skills, and problem-solving.

Pupils at Annointed Academy engage in an interactive class session on September 23, 2021 through the new CBC curriculum. Recently the National Parents Association said that it will defend the embattled Competency-Based Curriculum in court after a case was filed to challenge it./ MERCY MUMO
Pupils at Annointed Academy engage in an interactive class session on September 23, 2021 through the new CBC curriculum. Recently the National Parents Association said that it will defend the embattled Competency-Based Curriculum in court after a case was filed to challenge it./ MERCY MUMO

On Monday, the National Parents Association said it will defend the embattled Competency-Based Curriculum in court after a case was filed to challenge it.

Praxedes Akoi, a grade 5 teacher, shows a final product after an interactive class session on 23 September 2021 through the new CBC curriculum. Recently the National Parents Association said that it will defend the embattled Competency-Based Curriculum in court after a case was filed to challenge it./ MERCY MUMO
Praxedes Akoi, a grade 5 teacher, shows a final product after an interactive class session on 23 September 2021 through the new CBC curriculum. Recently the National Parents Association said that it will defend the embattled Competency-Based Curriculum in court after a case was filed to challenge it./ MERCY MUMO

Chairman Nicholas Maiyo said although the petitioner is a parent, the association does not support the demands to shelve implementation and revert back to the 8-4-4.

Praxedes Akoi, a grade 5 teacher during an interactive class session on 23 September 2021 through the new CBC curriculum. Recently the National Parents Association said that it will defend the embattled Competency-Based Curriculum in court after a case was filed to challenge it./ MERCY MUMO
Praxedes Akoi, a grade 5 teacher during an interactive class session on 23 September 2021 through the new CBC curriculum. Recently the National Parents Association said that it will defend the embattled Competency-Based Curriculum in court after a case was filed to challenge it./ MERCY MUMO

He said the demands of the petitioner would throw children into confusion and hinder their dreams.

Last week, a petition filed through advocate Nelson Havi argued that the action by the Education ministry to implement the new curriculum is unlawful and prejudicial to the future of the children of Kenya and ought to be halted.

The petitioner seeked interim orders stopping the CBC pending hearing and determination of the case.

Grade 3 pupils learn using tablets to improve their knowledge on technology at Annointed academy on 23, September 2021./ MERCY MUMO
Grade 3 pupils learn using tablets to improve their knowledge on technology at Annointed academy on 23, September 2021./ MERCY MUMO