• The third term that began on Monday will run for nine weeks to March 4 with no midterm break; and will sit as the shortest term yet.
•Those in Class 7 and Form 3 will sit their national examinations between November and December 2022.
Schools on Monday began reopening for the Third Term that also serves as the homestretch to the KCPE, KCSE examination set to commence in March.
The term is set to run for nine weeks to March 4 with no midterm break; and will sit as the shortest term yet.
These will also be the last KCPE and KCSE examinations done outside the traditional November-December period as the school calendar normalises.
This year will see the country have two separate KCPE examinations and two separate KCSE examinations. This will see the time lost when schools were shut due to Covid-19 fully recovered.
And by January 2023, the school calendar would have gone back to normal.
Those currently in class 8 and Form 4 will sit for their national examinations between March 7th and April 11th.
Those in Class 7 and Form 3 will sit their national examinations between November and December 2022.
KCPE will run between November 28 and December 1, while KCSE will be done from December 1 to December 23.