Kimilili FYM primary school led in 2021 KCPE exams in Kimilili Sub County where top pupil scored 420 marks.
The school head teacher Joyce Khanali thanked parents, teachers, pupils and Tembatemba community for their co-operation towards their achievement and more so urged the candidates who will be sitting for their KCPE exams in December 2022 to put in more effort.
Elsewhere, LELA primary school being an orphanage school from Kamukuywa ward also performed well despite the challenges the school has been undergoing.
In Tongaren Sub County, Leeds the first pupil scored 418 marks despite being their first attempt of sitting for KCPE examination.The head teacher of the school Bonface Muniafu appreciated their Director Julia Nelima for supporting the school fully during and after exams as they promised to put in more efforts to ensure that the school produces best student countrywide.
“We have already been given grade 6 Junior Secondary as a school and we are going to work extra hard to ensure that we achieve our dreams, especially in CBC curriculum, the school has been performing well both in academic and co- curriculum activities, “said the deputy heat teacher Bridgit Wanyama
Brown Wanjala of Chema school urged the government to use a good criteria of selecting pupils who have performed well both in public and private schools to join secondary schools.