More than 35 pupils from Mululu Primary School in Vihiga County have scored over 400 marks and above in the just released Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results by the Cabinet Secretary in the Ministry of Education Fred Matiang’i.
According to the School headteacher Eboso Kihima they had 205 candidates who sat for exams. He said he had the most hardworking class in the recent years and that’s why they managed to post good results in the school and the entire County.
Kihima thanked the teachers for working tirelessly to prepare the pupils for the KCPE exams noting that good cooperation between the parents and the administration immensely contributed to the good results.
“I want to thank the teachers, parents, and the school administration for their continued support that has propelled this institution to greater heights,” said Kihima.
Troon Amiani was the top student at the School and scored 441 marks, he was followed by Philip Mangale who managed to score 430 marks.
Mangale said he was well prepared for the exams, adding that teachers at the School worked hard to make sure they pass their examination.
The 13-year-old said he wants to join his dream school Mangu High School.
Elsewhere Sebastian Kidula, the first pupil at Mago Primary School scored 430 marks followed by Rackel Demesi who scored 402 marks.
Kidula said he had high expectations that he will do well in the exams despite a few challenges he faced, adding that he wants to join Starehe Boys High School.
Getrude Chavera the School headteacher thanked teachers at the school who worked hard for the good results the school posted.
“I want to thank the teachers, parents and the disciplined pupils we had for the good work they showed that has led to this good results the school has posted,” she said.