National exam results: Year 6 (2020)

In March 2021 Bridge pupils entered the Kenyan Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) for a sixth year. These were the 2020 KCPE exams, delayed from November 2020 because of the impact of the Covid pandemic. More than 2,700 girls and boys sat the exams.

There is no ‘pass mark’ in the KCPE. However, the score determines the type of secondary school a child is eligible to attend. The mean total score for pupils across all schools in Kenya is 250.

 

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Our 2019 graduates went on to some of the best National schools in Kenya – including Pangani High School and Karima Girls High School. Bridge Kenya alumni are now attending top universities in the country and abroad, as a result of their strong primary school foundation.

 

Morara Chrispo Oseko

                                                               

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