The process for form one selection 2017/2018 officially started on Monday 4th December 2017 by Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development.
How to Check Form One Selection and placement 2018 online
To check which school your child has been admitted to, go to the Ministry of Education website
Select the county and sub-county you sat KCPE then key in your index number and Submit.
Click on the link named “admission letter” at the bottom of the page for a copy of your admission letter.
Use the printer icon to print or download icon to download to your computer.
Get your primary school’s headteacher to endorse the letter and stamp it in the space provided.
Finally, present it for admission together with a certified copy of birth certificate
How to Check Form One Intake 2017 via SMS
To find the secondary school where you or your child has been placed, just send an SMS with your Index Number to 20042 from any network.
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- Admission letters are posted on the Education ministry website www.education.go.ke.
- Parents can check the schools their children have been selected to join by sending an SMS to 20042.
- You are required to SMS with the candidate’s Index Number to 20042 from any network.
- To check for admission letters online, log on to www.education.go.ke, select the county and sub-countythe candidate sat KCPE then key in your index number and submit.
· To complete the process, click on the admission letter at the bottom of the page.
The Form One Intake entails the admission into either National, extra-County, County or District Day Schools depending on the candidate’s performance and school choices captured during the year the candidate sat for KCPE.
National Schools selection is based on candidature and affirmative action thus enabling the each district to get a candidate selected to a National School.
The National School Quota is used to select candidates per Gender and Merit List per District.
Cut-Off to each National School is automatically determined based on the last Candidate to be Selected to a given National Schools from a Given District in a County.
County Schools are Selected on a 40% (National): 40% (to Districts within County and Inclusive Home District of the School): 20% (for Home/Host District of the School).
Form One Selection 2017
Form one selection 2016/2017 KCPE results is out. The Government has selected more than 24,000 2016 KCPE candidates to join national schools.
Placement of Form One Candidates in Various School Categories
CATEGORY – NO. SELECTED
National – 24,795
Extra-county – 65,331
County – 133,785
Sub-county – 492,576
Special – 1,449
Private – 72,744
TOTAL – 790,680
The CS said that in bid to reward merit all the 5,808 candidates who scored 400 marks and above have been placed in national schools of their choice. This includes 63 Special Needs Education students selected to regular national schools of their choice.
Additionally, the top five candidates of either gender from every district have been placed in national schools on the basis of the choices they made during registration for KCPE where possible. “Overall, during this year’s selection, 790,680 candidates who sat KCPE in 2016 will be find places in Form One,” said the Cabinet Secretary.
He said the Government recognises the central place of national schools as centres of education excellence and national integration, adding that they intend to enhance the number of places further by upgrading two schools – Cheptiret Boys in Uasin Gishu and Osen Girls in Baringo – to the national category next year.
This, he said will ensure that the country has at least two national schools in every county.
The CS noted that funds have already been disbursed for upgrading and expanding infrastructure for the two schools in readiness for their first national class admission in 2018. “These schools will therefore be availed for choice as national schools to 2017 KCPE candidates,” he observed.
Dr Matiang’I said the Government’s policy on education is aimed at enhancing access, equity and quality at all levels of education in line with the Constitution. This, he said requires that basic education be one of the fundamental rights of every Kenyan child.
The selection outcomes for the National School Selection can now be accessed through the Ministry of Education website www.education.go.ke or by texting a candidate’s Index Number to 20042 from any network
The Cabinet Secretary for Education Dr Fred Matiang’i said the selection outcomes for Extra-county and county schools will be available on the website and through the SMS number 20042 after the county selection launch.
Dr Matiang’i stated that admission letters would also posted on the Ministry of Education website. “Parents can check the schools their children have been selected to join by sending an SMS to 20042,” he said.
He also advised parents and candidates who may notice any anomaly in the selection process to reach the Kenya National Examinations Council Command and Control Centre telephone number – 0800724900.
The CS however noted that the selected candidates will be expected to report to school on January 9, 2017.
He said the letters generated from the site will only be authenticated by the signature and stamp of the primary school where the candidate sat KCPE examination and the principal of the admitting school.
Form One Selection 2016
To check which school your child has been admitted to, go to the ministry of education website: http://www.education.go.ke/ then follow the easy steps below:
- Select the county and sub-county you sat KCPE then key in your index number and Submit.
- Click on the link named “admission letter” at the bottom of the page for a copy of your admission letter.
- Use the printer icon to print, or download icon to download to your computer.
- Get your primary school’s head teacher to endorse the letter and stamp it in the space provided.
- Finally, present it for admission together with a certified copy of your birth certificate
Dr Matiang’i said the Government has invested heavily in the expansion of training opportunities in polytechnics and Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) institutions to provide an alternative route to higher education and training that can eventually provide a route to university degrees and even attainment of PhD level qualifications.
“Indeed the sky must be the only limit for all. It is important to note that demand for skilled technical labour is on the increase both in this country and in the entire region informed by the economic growth witnessed in this region,” he said.
“As our country gears towards becoming a middle-income economy as envisioned by Kenya’s Vision 2030, Kenyans with technical and vocational skills will be in great demand and will arguably be the most sought after.”
Meanwhile, the results of this year’s Form Four exams will be released before the end of December, Dr Matiang’i said on Tuesday.
This means the outcome of the tests, which are released in February, will be known two months earlier than usual.