List of 10 most improved schools in KCPE 2021 exams
The Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) 2021 candidates received their results Monday afternoon after two weeks of waiting when they concluded the final paper.
The results were announced by Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha who lauded eight schools for their improvement in the exams with general gratitude for improvement in 2021 performance compared to the year before.
According to KNEC, here is list of the most improved schools.
1. Coast – Kambi ya Waya Primary School – recorded a mean score of 266 this year from 203 marks in 2020.
2. Central – Njenga Karume Primary School – posted a 248 mean score compared to 207 marks mean score in 2020.
3. Eastern – Ngukuini Primary School – recorded a mean score of 250 marks against 165 in 2020.
4. Nairobi – Cheleta Primary School – got 263 marks as the mean score from the previous year’s 213 marks.
5. Rift Valley – Lenkishon Primary School – recorded 272 marks mean score compared to the previous year’s 198 marks.
6. Western – Kewa DEB Primary School – posted a mean score of 284 marks in this year’s exam compared to 216 marks last year.
7. Nyanza – Nyangiti Primary School – got a mean score of 232 marks against 170 in 2020.
8. North Eastern – Mandera DEB Primary School – recorded a mean score of 270 marks against 181 last year.
Magata Bruce Makenzie from Gigil Hills Academy topped the KCPE 2021 exams after he scored 428 out of the total 500 marks.
Six candidates tied at position three with 426 marks from different institutions who included: Charity Buyanzi, Mbugua Sharon Wairimu, Mutetei Shantell Linda, Stanley Otieno Omondi, Wekesa Naomi and Kimani Ethan Karuga.
A total of 11,857 candidates scored 400 marks and above
To know a candidate’s results, Magoha said parents, guardians will have to send their index number, followed by the initials KCPE (in capital letters) to 20076 in order to access the results.