National Science Competition: Ministry of Education Has Asked Schools to Register Form Three best Students for National Science Competition

The Ministry of Education has asked schools to register candidates for this year’s National Science Competition. This is the second edition of the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) mentor-ship Programme. lnterswitch SPAK Kenya is in collaboration with UNESCO Regional Office for Eastern Africa in the context of its STEM Education programme with the Government of Kenya ( specifically, the Ministry of Education), as an annual event for secondary schools (public and private) in Kenya, with key message of reviving up the interest of students; parents, teachers, and other key stakeholders towards STEM education/application in Africa. The STEM education and training applies inter-disciplinary research in learning and cognition.

STEM integration, instructor development and evaiuation and assessment to STEM teaching from early childhood through graduate education.

lnterswitchSPAK Kenya is calling on all secondary schools (Public and Private) to register their top form 3 students for the competition. Top participants will have an opportunity to attend a national context in Nairobi during the August holidays which will be televised on the national TV stations; and have a chance to win University scholarships and other prizes. This competition is open to students in Form 3 aged between 15 -18 years; attending fuII time Secondary Education in both Public and Private Schools in Kenya.

Participation in this competition is FREE. Registration of students is open till Thursday 24th June 2021.

How to register

Both Public and Private schools are asked to register their Top Ten (10) Form 3 Science students on the online platform www.interswitchspak.com.

Registration platform

Register Your School To enroll your STUDENTS for this COMPETITION, your school must first be REGISTERED

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