How to check form one placement.
Parents can now discover the secondary schools where their children, who took the 2023 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education examination, have been selected to join.
The learners are expected to commence Form One early next year.
Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu released the results at Lenana School in Nairobi after a two-week placement exercise conducted by the ministry.
To access the placement letters, parents are instructed to download them directly from the Ministry of Education website (http://www.education.go.ke/). Here’s a step-by-step guide:
- Visit the Ministry of Education website: http://www.education.go.ke/.
- Navigate to the Online Services section, where you will find two links.
- Click on the first link titled “Click here to Access Form One Placement: link 1.“
- You will be directed to the Kenya Education Management Information System (KEMIS) website, which you can also access directly using the link http://kemis.education.go.ke.
- On the KEMIS website, find the section titled “2024 Form One Selection and Placement” and open the tab.
- Enter the candidate’s index number and one name (either John or Sue if the candidate is named John Sue).
- Click the search section, and the results will be displayed on the screen.
- Below the results section, you will find “Access calling letter Here.” Click on this section.
- You will be directed to a page with a link titled “Click here to Access Form One School Placement Letter.” Click the link to download the placement letter.
CS Machogu assured Kenyans of the website’s accuracy, emphasizing that it has been tested and proven to be operational.
The CS explained that the school choices made by the learners were among the criteria used in the placement process.
Some students were placed in schools of equivalent standing outside their counties, especially those from counties with inadequate capacity.
Additionally, CS Machogu reassured parents that there would be no fee increment in the coming year as their children join secondary schools.
The government remains committed to providing free day secondary education, including allocation for tuition and operational expenses.
Schools will continue to receive funds based on accurate enrollment data.