TSC Launches Training of Primary School Heads on Junior Secondary
The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has started training and sensitization of primary school headteachers on junior secondary school management.
The trainings which are happening in each Sub County led by the TSC County Directors office are geared towards instilling skills on Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) as well as management and implementation of junior secondary section.
Primary school headteachers will be acting as junior secondary school principals for a period of one year till TSC posts their replacements.
The details are contained in the draft Junior Secondary transition guidelines. The Government is keen to ensure that even though Junior Secondary will be domiciled in primary institutions, the two levels of learning will remain distinct.
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The head teachers will also be the secretaries of junior secondary boards of management and will oversee the financial management of the high school wing.
The school heads are expected to receive junior secondary school teachers starting this week.
Some junior secondary school teachers will also be deployed from primary school in February this year.
Students in Junior Secondary school will get government capitation per child as is presently done for other high school learners.
Education CS Ezekiel Machogu has already confirmed the government has set aside Ksh15.000 which will cover all requirements for each Grade 7 student.
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