List of tasks that teachers have to perform online in term three, 2019; Your Guide

KNUT- TSC conciliation talks
KNUT- TSC conciliation talks 2019. File photo.

Schools have resumed for a short but busy final term of 2019; term three.
The term will now run for eight weeks only with schools expected to close by October 25, 2019 for the long November/ December holidays There are a number of tasks awaiting to be completed by teachers this term. Apart from teaching and evaluating learners, a number of online tasks are awaiting the tutors. In this guide, we provide a list of the tasks and guides/ links on where and how to execute the tasks.

Here are the tasks:


Teachers are expected to submit their performance appraisal data online. The data which is due for submission is for Term 2, 2019 and whose Deadline is 17/9/2019 for both appraisees and appraisers. This can be accomplished by clicking on the link below:
TPAD portal log ing-in

2). GRADE 3 MLP 2019
Capture Assessment Outcomes and download Assessment tools for Grade 3 learners. This can be achieved by clicking on the link below:
Grade 3 assesment portal

Apply for the advertised TSC administrative posts by clicking on this link; deadline is 17/09/2019:

Further details can be obtained on the respective links, below:

a). TSC advertises 164 vacancies for curriculum support officers in line with provisions of career progression guidelines for teachers
b). TSC advertises 76 vacancies for assistant deputy directors teacher management and assistant deputy directors quality assurance standards
c). TSC advertises 827 posts for chief principals, principals and deputy principals; how to apply, requirements, marking scheme and full details
d). TSC advertises 6043 promotion vacancies, administrative; requirements and how to apply
e). TSC to promote 1000 practising teachers in public primary schools and post them to secondary schools

Register as a new supervisor/Invigilator during this year’s Kenya National Examination Council Examinations. Click on this link; Log-in

Capture all learners who have recently acquired birth certificates in your schools. Also update any gaps on electricity status, staff and acknowledgement receipts. This can be done by accessing the nemis portal at;

6). National Examinations

This year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, KCSE, Exams are expected to kickoff proper on Monday November 4, 2019 and end on Wednesday November 27, 2019.

Click here to download the updated 2019 KCSE Time Table: 2019 KCSE Time Table- updated version

On the other hand, the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exams will commence on Tuesday 29th October, 2019 and end on Thursday 31st October, 2019.

Click on this link to access the 2019 KCPE Time Table: The 2019 KCPE Time Table

7). TSC Recruitment

The Teachers Service Commission, TSC, is in the process of recruiting an additional 5,000 teachers so as to try and bridge the huge staff shortfalls occasioned by influx of large number of learners to Secondary schools; following the Government’s 100 percent transition policy. The County Selection process will run from Monday 2nd September, 2019 to Friday 13th September, 2019. Successful recruits are expected to report to their stations by Monday 28th October, 2019. Read full details here: 2019 August/ September TSC recruitment schedule and interview dates for teachers

8). 2020 Registration of Candidates

In a break from the norm, the 2020 KCPE and KCSE candidates will be registered in 2019. Effectively, current class seven learners will all be enlisted for the 2020 KCPE examinations while, all current form threes will be entered for the 2020 KCSE exams. The Kenya National Examinations Council, KNEC, has thus directed that the registration be carried out between 2nd and 30th September, 2019. Get more details here: KNEC- Guidelines for registration of candidates for the 2020 KCPE, KCSE exams

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