Return Of Co-Curriculum Activities To Kenyan Schools’ Calendar; Drama, Music And Sports..

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Its a sigh of relief to Learners countrywide as Drama, music, and sports activities are set to resume in schools after taking a break for almost one and a half years.
A circular signed by Basic Education PS Julius Jwan released on November 15 indicates that the co-curricular  activities should be guided to ensure Covid-19 protocols are adhered to.
“The Ministry of Education advises principals to engage learners in the internal and guided inter-school contests over the weekend and after classes,” the circular reads.
The news will come as a boost to learners, who since the advent of Covid-19, now stretching close to two years, have not been actively engaged in Sports due to the ban on the games.
The Ministry of  Education  at the same time said that it is working on modalities for full resumption of the activities in due course.
In March last year when the country confirmed its first Covid-19 case , President Uhuru Kenyatta  issued an Executive Order which suspended sports, music, drama, prize-giving events among others activities in schools.


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