List of countries with no exam irregularities

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Top performing pupils nationwide.

Below are some of the top performing pupils from across the country.
Aggrey Akhanyinya, St Joseph Academy, Kakamega – 449
Macharia Wilson Muragu, Ruaraka Academy, Nairobi – 446
Felistas Onduso, Gilgil Hills Academy, Nakuru  – 445
Evans Musyoki Sila, Premese Academy, Machakos- 443
Keith Ang’ana, New Light School, Nairobi – 441
Trezzer Birhange, Moi Educational Centre, Nairobi – 441
Tifanny Wangu, Happyland Academy, Nairobi – 441
Shawn Nyamasege, Rockfields Junior School, Nairobi – 441
Ashley Wangari, Ruaraka Academy, Nairobi  – 440
Kemboi Stacy, Christ the King, Nakuru – 440
Osman Musa Ismail, Tender Care Junior Academy, Nairobi – 440
Grace Kaunda, Tender Care Junior Academy, Nairobi – 439
Rooney Onyango, Rockfields Junior School, Nairobi  – 438
Sabina Mutuku, Tassia Catholic Primary, Nairobi – 437
Tony Munene , New Light Junior Academy, Nairobi– 435
Gabriel Wairagu, Kabarak Primary, Nakuru – 435
Joshua Katana, Wanja and Kim School, Nairobi – 435
Stellah Wanjiku, Bethlehem Academy, Ruiru – 434
Rodney Wanga, Rockfields Junior School, Nairobi – 433
Buluma Tony Wabuko, St Thomas Aquinas, Nakuru – 433
Mark Ireri, St Peter’s Elite School, Gilgil– 431
Albright Ndombi, Fesbech Academy, Kakamega  -430
Violet Kendi, Kenvic School, Nairobi – 430
Jesicah Bule, Mt Sinai C M.I school, Machakos – 426
Joy Mutanu Mwendo, Our Lady Queen of Peace Katangi, Machakos –  426
Thuo John Maina, Moi Primary School, Thika –  423
Michaias  Bifwoli, Soy Precious Hope, Eldoret –  423
Kimaren Brian Karei, Well spring junior Academy, Gilgil – 422
Sammy Emmanuel Kiptoo, Wanja and Kim School, Nairobi – 422
Nancy Muthoni Mbogo, Mwende Boarding School, Chogonia – 421
Gerald Kisia, Mudasa Academy, Vihiga – 421
Ian Mark Okeyo, Cristal Hill Academy, Sondu – 421
Mugo Michelle Wanjiru, Moi Primary School, Thika –  421
Nafula Grace Amalemba, Mukumu Girls Primary, Kakamega – 421
Munene Emason Mutuma, Cottolengo Primary, Meru – 419
Kasyoka Allan Munyao, Wanja and Kim School, Nairobi – 419
Kibet Ian Levi Kipkorir, Moi Educational Center – 415
Faith Santana, Rongimbo Girls’, Kajiado – 415
Musalia Warren Chunguli, Green Cottage Academy, Kiambu – 413

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Kcpe results- per county

Heads of schools and parents in various parts of the country broke into celebrations after Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi released the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education examination results.

In Uasin Gishu, the top candidate at Hill School, Isabella Onganga had 420 marks with 10 others scoring above 400 marks.

Headteacher Emel Busienei said this year’s results were far much better than last year’s. The top pupil then scored 406 marks.

“We are happy for the efforts of the pupils, parents and teachers for we managed to get a mean score of 335,” Ms Busienei said.

In West Pokot County, the top pupil at Makutano Central Primary School, Elvis Kiprotich, scored 417 marks.

Four others in the same school registered more than 400 marks.

In Bungoma, two pupils were celebrating after attaining above 400 marks. Marell Academy’s Sarah Owoko, 14, scored 428 marks.

“My dream is to become a paediatrician. I will work hard to make this a reality,” she said.

At Bungoma DEB Primary School, Wilberforce Odera who had 423 marks said: “I expected higher scores but I’m happy as this shows my efforts were not in vain.”

In Bomet, Chelsa Academy’s Naomi Chepkirui scored 433 marks closely followed by Linda Chepkirui with 432. Attempts to get comments of Tenwek Day and Sotik Academies’ heads were fruitless.

In Meru County, Celine Kendi Kailanya, 14, of Friends School was elated on learning that she had scored 430 marks.

“It is everyone’s joy that befitting celebrations are thrown for them once they perform well,” she said.

Aldrick Mwongale Shanyuma of Gilgil Academy in Nakuru County scored 430 marks.

‘TOUGH EXAM’

In Makueni County, Premese Makueni Academy’s David Kiema scored 431 marks. Kiema said he worked hard and spared some time for play.

Sylvia Wanja Onchieku of Kari Mwailu Day and Boarding Primary School scored 428 marks. “It was a tough exam and I wasn’t sure I would perform this well,” she said.

In Naivasha, High Peak Junior Academy’s Linet Waithera had 437 marks followed by Felistus Waithera with 436 and Samson Gikonyo 432.

Last year, the best candidate scored 427 marks out of a possible 500.

Little Friends Junior Academy director Francis Gichuki said it was not fair to ban ranking schools on the basis of KCPE examination.

According to Mr Gichuki, ranking promoted a healthy competition among candidates and schools.

“It has affected the morale of the pupils and parents. In spite of the good grades, you can see the atmosphere is gloomy,” he said.

In Kirinyaga, 13-year-old Leah Njeri Wanjohi from Effort Junior Boarding Primary School scored 433 marks. She was all smiles as she celebrated with her parents, fellow candidates and teachers in the school.

“I was cleaning our house in the village when my mother informed me that I had scored high marks in KCPE and was probably the best in the county,” she said.

In Garissa, Mnara Junior Academy’s Hanan Mohamud Yussuf scored 416 marks. “Despite the challenges in preparing our pupils for the test, we performed beyond anybody’s expectations,” said deputy headteacher Washington Lihanda.

In Machakos Kiprono Nixon of Premise Academy scored 427 marks while Machakos Primary’s Mwikali Angeline got 411 marks.

Daily Nation

Kcpe results- per county

Heads of schools and parents in various parts of the country broke into celebrations after Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi released the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education examination results.

In Uasin Gishu, the top candidate at Hill School, Isabella Onganga had 420 marks with 10 others scoring above 400 marks.

Headteacher Emel Busienei said this year’s results were far much better than last year’s. The top pupil then scored 406 marks.

“We are happy for the efforts of the pupils, parents and teachers for we managed to get a mean score of 335,” Ms Busienei said.

In West Pokot County, the top pupil at Makutano Central Primary School, Elvis Kiprotich, scored 417 marks.

Four others in the same school registered more than 400 marks.

In Bungoma, two pupils were celebrating after attaining above 400 marks. Marell Academy’s Sarah Owoko, 14, scored 428 marks.

“My dream is to become a paediatrician. I will work hard to make this a reality,” she said.

At Bungoma DEB Primary School, Wilberforce Odera who had 423 marks said: “I expected higher scores but I’m happy as this shows my efforts were not in vain.”

In Bomet, Chelsa Academy’s Naomi Chepkirui scored 433 marks closely followed by Linda Chepkirui with 432. Attempts to get comments of Tenwek Day and Sotik Academies’ heads were fruitless.

In Meru County, Celine Kendi Kailanya, 14, of Friends School was elated on learning that she had scored 430 marks.

“It is everyone’s joy that befitting celebrations are thrown for them once they perform well,” she said.

Aldrick Mwongale Shanyuma of Gilgil Academy in Nakuru County scored 430 marks.

‘TOUGH EXAM’

In Makueni County, Premese Makueni Academy’s David Kiema scored 431 marks. Kiema said he worked hard and spared some time for play.

Sylvia Wanja Onchieku of Kari Mwailu Day and Boarding Primary School scored 428 marks. “It was a tough exam and I wasn’t sure I would perform this well,” she said.

In Naivasha, High Peak Junior Academy’s Linet Waithera had 437 marks followed by Felistus Waithera with 436 and Samson Gikonyo 432.

Last year, the best candidate scored 427 marks out of a possible 500.

Little Friends Junior Academy director Francis Gichuki said it was not fair to ban ranking schools on the basis of KCPE examination.

According to Mr Gichuki, ranking promoted a healthy competition among candidates and schools.

“It has affected the morale of the pupils and parents. In spite of the good grades, you can see the atmosphere is gloomy,” he said.

In Kirinyaga, 13-year-old Leah Njeri Wanjohi from Effort Junior Boarding Primary School scored 433 marks. She was all smiles as she celebrated with her parents, fellow candidates and teachers in the school.

“I was cleaning our house in the village when my mother informed me that I had scored high marks in KCPE and was probably the best in the county,” she said.

In Garissa, Mnara Junior Academy’s Hanan Mohamud Yussuf scored 416 marks. “Despite the challenges in preparing our pupils for the test, we performed beyond anybody’s expectations,” said deputy headteacher Washington Lihanda.

In Machakos Kiprono Nixon of Premise Academy scored 427 marks while Machakos Primary’s Mwikali Angeline got 411 marks.

Daily Nation

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Kcpe ranking

Below are the ranks

401-500 – 7560

301-400- 201986

201-300- 499568

101-200- 215614

000-100- 3061

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No ranking for kcpe candidates

This year’s Kenya Certificate of Primary Education KCPE candidates to know their fate today after the Kenya National Examination Council KNEC releases results at the Mitihani House, Nairobi.

There has been anxiety as candidates and parents wait for the release of the standard eight examination results.

The examination done by 937,467 candidates was hit by irregularities, attributed to the candidates’ poor preparation due to the five-week teachers’ strike at the beginning of third term.

According to KNEC, there will be no ranking of schools and candidates for the KCPE examinations after the ranking system was banned by the Ministry of Education.

KNEC Chief Executive Officer Joseph Kivilu has said despite a few challenges witnessed during the administration of the examination, credibility of the tests was not affected.  

Speaking during the official release of results, Education CS Fred Matiang’i said the government is committed to ensure no candidate is barred from taking national examinations due to lack of fees.  

Matiang’i said there was an increase in enrollment for national exams as a result of government’s waiver of exam fees.

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KCPE RESULTS- MATIANGI

-Enrolment of kcpe candidates have incre from 880486 in 2014 to 927789 in 2015.

  • Capitulation for schools has gone high to enable easy management of schools.
  • Gender parity has been achieved 495 885 girls 467 907 boys this year. With Kericho, Nakuru, Kisii and other academies
  • The mean score for public schools has decreased by 7 points while that of private schools have improved.
  • 0.29% of irregularities.
  • Knec should put efforts to stop irregularities. They should find a solution.
  • Though there was a decline in the number of irregularities.
  • Cheating is denting the image of this country.

-Female candidates have performed better than there their counterparts in languages (English and kiswahili)

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KCPE RELEASE

-More than 25 135 centers hosted the exams

-5 top candidates to join schools of their choice.

  • Cabinet secretary Fred Matiangi to release the results.
  • 937 467 sat for the exams.
  • The exams were affected by the teacher strike within the last term.
  • It has been 30 years since the introduction of the 8-4-4 system of education.