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Catholic To construct CBC classes To Its Church Sponsered Schools

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Catholic To construct CBC classes To Its Church Sponsered Schools

Catholic To construct CBC classes To Its Church Sponsered Schools.
As schools prepare for the first batch of junior secondary students to enrol early next year, the Catholic Diocese of Nakuru has reaffirmed its commitment to building infrastructure in its schools.
The diocese’s education secretary, Christopher Kamau, said plans are in the works to build additional classrooms for the Competence-Based Curriculum in Catholic-sponsored schools across the county.
“As we wind up the 8-4-4 system and embrace CBC, we are also seeking donors to support us in ensuring implementation of the new system is a success,” Fr Kamau said.
The priest who spoke at St Mary’s Girls Primary School on Sunday emphasized the importance of church-sponsored schools in the program’s success.
“Church-sponsored schools are critical in complementing the government’s goals in achieving 100 per cent transition from primary to junior secondary and the shift to the new education system,” he said.
The government intends to return the academic calendar to normal early next year, which may put additional strain on the sector as CBC becomes a reality.

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Following the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2019, the education sector was among those hardest hit.
“The Catholic Church is focused on making more investments in its schools. We want to ensure sufficient infrastructure. We want to ensure the children get the best we can offer,” Kamau said.
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Carolyne Macharia, headteacher at St Mary’s Girls Primary School, believes that incorporating new elements into the system, such as exposure to real businesses and creative arts, will have a significant impact on the children’s thinking and research.
Catholic To construct CBC classes To Its Church Sponsered Schools

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