Kenya Primary School Education Assessment, KPSEA
As promised by Education Cabinet Secretary (Ezekiel Machogu) during the release of the KCPE Examination results, the results of Kenya Primary School Education Assessment were to be released this month. The CS has announce that the exercise of marking has now been completed and that schools will be able to access the KPSEA reports through the Kenya National Examinations Council portal on Tuesday, 17th January 2023.
A total of 1,253,577 learners sat the 2022 KPSEA in 32,555 centres across the country. All these learners will transit to Junior Secondary School.
Given that this is the first time such reports will be available for schools, the CS directs the Kenya National Examinations Council to collaborate with the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development and Teachers Service Commission to assist the schools to properly interpret the reports for learners and parents.
Machogu also directs KNEC to hold joint discussions with the KICD and TSC on the national KPSEA reports with a view to providing feedback on the CBC curriculum that can inform ongoing curriculum reviews.
The results would not be used to place candidates in junior secondary schools but to monitor learners’ progress.
How to get KPSEA results
The Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) will release the Grade 6 national exams to private and private primary schools.
After the release, parents will have to go to the schools and ask for the KPSEA reports for their children which should be issued at no cost.
Knec would release three reports on KPSEA: individual, school-specific and national level.