According to Education Secretary PS Belio Kipsang, the school calendar will return to normal before Monday’s reopening.
The PS stated on Friday, at the release of the 2022 KCSE results, that in 2022, the country administered four examinations and one assessment.
He said that the government could examine more than four million children.
“I would want to affirm to the stakeholders in the sector that we have reverted to our normal calendar and our children will be opening schools on Monday,” he said.
He stated that continuing students will return to school on January 23, while junior secondary students will return on January 30.
According to the PS, students starting in Form One will be admitted on February 8.
Kipsang stated that the resources that the government is supposed to release are ready and would be sent to the schools.
The Kenya National Examination Council has announced registration dates for candidates who will take their national examination in 2023.
According to KNEC CEO David Njengere, the registration period will run from February 1 to March 31.
“Concerning the 2023 KCPE and KCSE exams, the registration of candidates will begin on February 1 to March 31,” he said
Njengere said that every centre has two months to make sure all candidates are registered.