To enhance the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) across Nyandarua, County Executive Committee Member for Education, Culture and the Arts Hon. Daniel Wangenye issues learning resources for Early Child Development Education to instructors at St. Peter’s Huruma Primary School in Ol’Kalou.

The instructors, who were drawn from Rurii, Kaimbaga and Karau wards received guide books for psychomotor, creative, mathematical, environmental, Christian Religious Education, language, Mazoezi ya Lugha and building block activities, alongside charts for letters and numbers.
In remarks delivered on his behalf by Hon. Wangenye, His Excellency Governor Francis Kimemia assured that each of the 22,700 learners in the County Government’s 498 ECDE centers will have benefitted from the exercise by May 2021.
Present was the school’s acting head teacher, Mrs. Regina Nderi.
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