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Curriculum Evaluation

An elated Ms. Kimiywe shows off over exemplary results


The directorate was founded by the principal, Mr. Indimuli Kahi, at the beginning of 2012. The main aim was to expand the former directorate of examination which was being manned by a single person therefore distribute responsibilities to reduce workload previously handled by an individual.

Other than the teaching staff the directorate works closely with the secretaries of the school, who type, photo print and stapple examinations. They include:-

1. Mrs. Musumba Violet
2. Mrs. Ozembo Ruth
3. Mrs. Endovo Janet
4. Mrs. Lidubwi Alice
5. Ms. Zavani jane
6. Mrs. Jumba Joyce

The directorate also works closely with other directorates in the school to ensure that students achieve overall development. The following principles guide the directorate
• Admitting mistakes when in the wrong
• Appreciating a job well done
• Expressing ones opinion freely
• If you please (requesting other than demanding)
• Thank you (showing gratitude)
• We (collective responsibility)
• Note that “I” is the least important principle meaning that the team shares both successes and failure of the directorate.


1. Registering candidates for external exams
2. Preparing internal exams and joint exams timetable
3. Receiving and allocating exams for typing, photo printing and photocopying of marking scheme
4. Analyzing results through QUASO
5. Releasing and awarding deserving candidate during academic parade
6. Distribution of exams materials
7. Preparing report cards at end of term and analysis of KCSE
8. Determination of exam dates of each term
9. Coordination of administration of exams in the school
10. Developing beneficial network and partnerships with other competitive schools on matters of examination
11. Identifying which subjects have quality grades for teacher and students for purpose of giving awards.
12. Be involved in joints exams dates for each term.
13. Determination of exam dates for each term.
14. Laising with the DOS and deputy principal on ceses of academic indiscipline (e.g. cheating)
15. Coordinating marking of exams through HODs and HOS.
16. Developing a budget for the directorate.
17. Coordinating, sourcing and recommending all external exams.
18. Coordinating administration of exams.
19. Serving as a custodian of all externally sourced exams, marking schemes and revision materials.
20. Coordinating external academic improvement examinations.
21. Screening any exam materials that do not meet the evaluation standards.
22. Rejecting results of any exams that were not administered according to stringent and professional standards or school curriculum evaluation standards.
23. Developing beneficial networks and partnerships with other competitive schools on matters of examinations.

To provide high quality service delivery of internal and external examination.

To evaluate students learning outcome for their long term empowerment

1. To provide high standards in evaluation and management of evaluation programs
2. To enhance equitable access in quality and relevant evaluation to the learners
3. To create an enabling environment and policy frame work that promotes curriculum evaluation
4. To institutionalize good governance practice in curriculum evaluation and improve productivity and quality

Integrity: The directorate is committed to act in honesty, accountable and transport manner in all its understanding.
Professionalism: The directorate is committed to the highest level of achievement possible through appreciation of competence and perfect skills.
Teamwork: the directorate will endeavor to enhance teamwork and collaborating both in school and with all partners.
Efficiency: The directorate strives to achieve the highest value of benefit from the improvement of its services particularly to students
Courtesy: members: Of the directorate shall endeavor to be courteous to colleague’s students and other stakeholders at all times.
Customer focus: The directorate is committed to making our learners the central reference in all its undertakings.


• All exams should be set by the stated timelines and approved by HOD/HOS of the relevant subject before submission to the office of directorate of studies then evaluation office.
• The examination rooms should be conducive to the requirements of an examination environment. Students should be inspected to control creating before examination environment administration.
• Students found cheating should be expelled from the examination and the information communicated to the examinations office for action.
• During examination administration, teachers in charge of exams in various subjects or directorates will take the responsibility of being the supervisors and then handover the exams to be done to the teachers charged with their invigilation.
• All marked scripts should be checked by HOD/HOS of various subjects before submitting marks to the examination office for processing.
• Form 1 and 2 students will be awarded when they score B+ and above, when they are subject champions and when they show marked improvement in their performance. Subject champions should score 70% and above to be awarded. The same for Form 3 and 4.
• HOD and HOS of various directorates and subjects should arrange to give alternative exams on the same skills tested for students who miss those exams for genuine reasons
Allocation of responsibilities

We are proud to be among the first schools in many things. The first school to offer agriculture, the first harambee school, one of the first NEPAD schools, the first to register 629 candidates, the first to enrol 540 form one students who have since risen to 522 in form 2, the first in Vihiga county to have classes that are e-learning oriented complete with whiteboards and overhead projectors and many more.\