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2019 Form One Meeting
CCP's Education Ministry held a meeting for 20 sponsored students, who sat for last year's Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE), with their parents/guardians, on January 7th 2019 at Maranatha Church, Kawangware. The meeting enlightened the students and their parents on CCP's High School Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) besides helping students set goals for their academic excellence as they wait to join High School this year. The day kicked off with the word of God from Fredrick Mmbwanga, CCP's Children and Youths Coordinator. Fredrick spoke from Psalm 46:1-3 and inspired the students and their parents to let God be their help in times of challenge. Benard Okoth, CCP's Education Coordinator took the parents and students through the performance overview of the KCPE results. Twenty students: Eight girls and twelve boys sat for last year's KCPE exams. Two students scored 419 & 422 marks out of the total 500, 10 students scored between 300 and 382 marks, five got above 250 Marks with the rest scoring below. This was the best class with a mean score of 316. Marks compared with other years since CCP's first KCPE candidates in 2011. Benard encouraged the students to work hard as they join High school. The next session involved the parents and the students being taken through the High School Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) before the students join form one. The MoU sets terms of engagement between CCP and the sponsored child and parents/guardian in relation to the organization's policies, student's discipline in school and expectations on the child's performance at school as well as the parent/guardian's role. The students and their parents/guardian would sign the MoU upon understanding and accepting the terms before the child joins High School. Jacqueline Ngige, CCP's Director of Finance, encouraged the students to pursue excellence in their academics. Jacqueline reminded the students that everyone had the potential to succeed in their academics regardless of what they achieved. She advised the students to work smart and embrace God in their lives. She also challenged them to envision academic excellence in-spite of the challenges in their lives. "You are going to meet different kind of students from different backgrounds in a different environment- be careful who you choose to be your friend". She remarked. Form One Students nationwide will be reporting to their different selected school starting from next week. The first student will be reporting to a National school in Nairobi
Guardians & Students going through the MOU
Benard addressing the meeting
Listening carefully
Pastor Fredrick explaining a point
Jacqueline encouraging the Pupils
Mable asking a question to the Students
Committing everything to God in Prayer
A student reading what the MOU says
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