Form One Placement Results Released: Here’s How to Access Them


Ladies and Gentlemen, buckle up because it’s time to confirm your initial placement for secondary school education! The Ministry of Education has announced the conclusion of the process of reviewing requests for candidates who made applications to change their initial placement during the 2023 selection. The wait is finally over, and the good news is, it’s all going to be done online.

How to Confirm Your Placement: A Step-by-Step Guide

Step 1: Access the Portal

Candidates seeking to confirm their placement will use the portal provided through the link; Upon accessing the site, the candidates will be required to follow a set of instructions as explained below.

Step 2: Select Your County and Key In Your Index Number

Candidates will first select the county and sub-county in which they sat the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE). This will be done through the drop-down menu at the top of the page. In addition, you will be required to fill in your index number at the bar provided at the top-right of the page. If you’re feeling lazy, you can always key in your trusty lucky number!

Step 3: Get Your Admission Letter

Upon successful submission of your details in the first step, click the admission letter option available at the bottom of the page to access your admission letter. You’ll be ecstatic to see that you’ve made it to your dream school!

Step 4: Download and Print

Once it is opened, proceed to download it using the printer icon or the download icon available on the page. The letter will be stored on your computer, so no need to panic if you misplace it. Proceed to print the letter to obtain a hard copy.

Step 5: Get Endorsed by Your Primary School Headteacher

The candidate will later be required to get the letter stamped by the headteacher of the school you sat for your KCPE as an endorsement. And you thought your primary school days were over!

Step 6: Report to Your Respective School

Finally, present it for admission together with a certified copy of your birth certificate at your respective school as indicated in the letter. This is it, folks! The journey to secondary school education begins now.

Form One Reporting Exercise: It’s Show Time!

In an earlier statement, the Ministry confirmed that the admission date was still set for Monday, February 6 as communicated in the prior notice. “Form One Reporting Exercise starts on Monday, February 6, 2023. Best wishes to all parents and guardians who are preparing their children for secondary school enrollment” read a statement from the ministry. During the release of the first placement results, Education CS Ezekiel Machogu noted that the government was keen on ensuring a 100% transition to secondary school for all candidates. It’s show time, folks! Get ready to hit the books!

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