*How Grade 6 Individual Result Slip Looks Like*. Over 1.26 million Grade 6 learners will receive their individual results slip for the summative assessment.
Kenya National Examinations Council has released a sample of what the performance report looks like.
During the school-based assessment, the council used the word ‘expectation’ to describe performance.
This is now similar to KPSEA which has also used the same term.
*How Grade 6 Individual Result Slip Looks Like*
The measure of ‘expectation’ has been broken down into approaching, meeting, and exceeding.
The sample seen by the Star has the centre number, learners’ name, assessment number, and year.
“English language- exceeding expectations, Kiswahili Lugha- meeting expectations and Mathematics – approaching expectations,” the report reads.
The report has been broken down into five clusters, which include 10 main subject areas.
This means, Knec will not release the results publicly, as is done for KCPE and KCSE.
The results have been uploaded on the council website and were available for download as of January 17.
The report has been broken down into Individual Learners Report, School Specific Report, and a National Report on School Based Assessment and Summative Assessment.
The national report will be used to provide feedback to education stakeholders on areas that require intervention.
“The report will indicate the proportion of learners at each of the permanence levels per subject and strand,” Njengere said.
Njengere said school-specific reports will have their scope limited to individual schools.
The learners will also get Individual learners reports that will indicate the learner’s performance level in specific subjects or strands.
“This will include acquisition of values and core competencies and performance level in specific subjects,” Njengere said.
With TSC, Njengere said the results will help identify areas where teachers have been struggling to deliver.
Even with the ongoing teachers’ professional development, TSC will be able to pull weight on specific areas that need adjustment.
“We will inform TSC of specific areas where teachers are struggling to deliver in the curriculum,” he said.
For instance, if the results show most learners had issues comprehending cooking, then TSC will have to inculcate that in their training.
In the report, the stakeholders said KPSEA will be used to monitor learning progress.