2014 Kileva Eastfield Primary School Exam Results

As many of you will know the primary school year in Kenya runs from January to December and consists of 3 term as follows:

  • January, February and March
  • May, June and July
  • September, October and November

At the end of each term all pupils take exams in at least English, Kishwahili, Maths, Science and Social Studies/ Religious Education. Using the results from the exams taken at  Kileva Eastfield during this year, I’ve compiled the charts below.

The teachers are aware that there is room for improvement in some areas (for example maths) but it’s encouraging to see that the trends were  generally positive from the second to the third term, so congratulations to those that contributed to the improvement and good luck in 2015!

Best wishes

Cliff


 

2014 Kileva Eastfield School Exam Results

Trend from term 1 to term 2

By taking the difference between the average percentage score achieved in each subject by each class in term one and term 2, the trends shown in the following chart can be observed.

t1 to t2
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It can be seen that the two classes with the biggest positive improvement were Class 1 and Class 4, so congratulations to them! Also note that class 4 was the only class with positive improvement in all subjects.

The classes with the largest downward trends were Class 2 & 3.

Trend from Term 2 to Term 3

The next chart shows the trend from term 2 to tern 3.

t2 to t3
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This shows that although all but two of the classes showed negative trend in maths, there was encouraging improvement in almost all other subjects across the board, and this time it was only class 1 that showed positive improvement in all subjects, so again many congratulations to them.

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