Kitui Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) Secretary General, Mr. Simon Mutunga Ndingo, has urged the government, parents, and stakeholders to be vigilant in protecting children as they embark on the forthcoming National Examinations.
Mr. Ndingo emphasized the completion of the preparations for the annual Kenya Primary School Examinations (KPSEA), Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE), and Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) and urged parents to play an active role in ensuring the well-being of their children.
The Unionist stressed the importance of a collaborative effort in creating a safe and conducive environment for students to excel in their examinations, the TCD Digital Report.
With the closure of the long vacation scheduled for January 8, 2024, it is crucial for everyone involved in education to be aware of their responsibilities and to work together in supporting the young learners.
Mr. Ndingo expressed his well-wishes for all students partaking in these critical examinations. The success of these young minds is not only vital for their individual futures but also for the development of the nation as a whole.
The County education board has also reassured Kitui’s education stakeholders that all necessary measures have been taken to ensure a smooth and fair examination process.
This includes the deployment of resources, security, and monitoring to prevent any form of malpractice during the exams.
As the academic season moves forward, it is paramount that every stakeholder takes the call for vigilance seriously. The well-being of the students during this crucial period should be a top priority, as their success will shape the future of the county and the nation.
In conclusion, Kitui KNUT’s call for vigilance and protection of children during the National Examinations is a reminder of the collective responsibility that society bears in nurturing its future leaders.
As students prepare to take their exams, let us all be vigilant and supportive, ensuring that they can perform to the best of their abilities, paving the way for a brighter future for Kitui and Kenya as a whole.