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Visually Impaired Pupil Tops In SNE Category

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Visually Impaired Pupil Tops In SNE Category

Visually Impaired Pupil Tops In SNE Category.
Kings Musyoka, a Special Needs (SNE) student from Kathonzweni AIC Boarding Primary School, finished third in the country with 401 points in the 2021 KCPE Examination.
Musyoka, who is visually impaired (Low vision), tied for third place with Kamau Jackson of Muthiria Primary School, trailed Grace Katana of Havilah Academy (407) and Bethany Migosi of Thorn Grove Academy (417), with the SNE candidate being Bethany Migosi of Thorn Grove Academy (417).
Musyoka has been doing well in his studies, according to Kathonzweni AIC Boarding Primary School Head Teacher Benjamin Nungu, but he has outdone himself in the KCPE exams.
“I thank God for the good results. Musyoka has been a hard working boy and well behaved and that is why he has done well in the national examinations,” said Nungu.
While stating that the school had 127 candidates, the head teacher revealed that 16 of them were special needs students, and that 21 of them scored over 400 points, with the highest scoring 417 leading to a mean score of 359.85.
He attributed the good performance to God, claiming that the school is faith-based, with hardworking teachers who are dedicated to teaching, as well as good cooperation between teachers and parents.
In another case, 82 students scored 400 points at Inyokoni Mixed Day Boarding in Kilungu Sub County, out of a total of 124 candidates, with the lowest receiving 359 points.
The school’s principal, Samuel Mulwa, attributed the good performance to dedicated teachers, committed students, and parental support.
“The leading student Lynnete Katile Musiva who was a day scholar scored 420 marks. The teachers were dedicated and even taught outside the stipulated time. The pupils were hard working and the parents supported the school management. That is why we have good performance,” said Mulwa.
He mentioned that since he started at the school in January of 2018, his mini score has risen to 401, up from 324 in 2018, 364 in 2019, and 378 in 2020.
Mbugua Wairimu of Emmanuel Springs, a private school, was the third best student in the country, with 426 points.
In the same school, 34 candidates received more than 400 points, while the last candidate received 334, resulting in a mean score of 385.
Visually Impaired Pupil Tops In SNE Category.

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