Kessha chairman Kahi Indimuli has led school heads in the 45th annual conference of secondary school principals that kicked off today at Sheikh Zeyad Hall in Mombasa.
This the first time the heads, under the Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association (Kessha), are holding a physical meeting since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic in March 2020.
This being the first conference under the umbrella of Kessha since the outbreak of Corona pandemic, principals will be sharing personal experiences from different regions.
Education cabinet secretary professor George Magoha will officially open the conference on Wednesday. On Tuesday, school heads will be addressed by Basic Education Principal Secretary Julius Jwan.
School principals have also invited Teachers Service Commission (TSC) CEO Nancy Macharia, TSC chairman Jamleck Irungu Kamau.
Also set to address school heads are University Education and Research PS Simon Nabukwesi and the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service CEO Agnes Mercy Wahome.
Secretary generals of the two unions of teachers Kenya National Union of Teachers- Collins Oyuu the Kenya Union of Post-Primary Education Teachers Akelo Misori will also address teachers.
The chairman of Kenya Parents National Association Nicholas Maiyo and the Kenya Women’s Teachers Association Secretary-General Benta Opande among other education stakeholders will address heads of secondary schools.
The conference is coming barely a week to the official opening of schools after a long holiday. Schools will ope next week on 26th for continuing students.
Form one students will open on 3rd May.