The ministry of education already established that the schools will be breaking for holiday on 23rd December.
The learners have a short holiday before resuming for the third term on 3rd of January 2022.
However,due to pressure and other unvoidable circumstances. Some schools have halted learning by sending learners home.
For instance, majority of schools in Baringo have closed due to incidents of insecurity. The heads of schools says leaning can’t go on as they have experienced attacks from bandits who are fighting over the control of resources in the region.
Baringo residents have taken refugee at Chepkesin Primary forcing the head to close the school early .
Other schools like Bukhuyi Mixed school in Busia county Butula subcounty was closed indefinitely after students attempted to burn down the schools.
Most of the schools countrywide will be closing by the end of this week to ease pressure among the learners.
Despite the challenges,the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) has maintained that the national examination will take place as scheduled.