The 2021 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results were released by Education Cabinet Secretary, George Magoha.

The CS – while noting that the overall performance in this year’s exams had improved – noted that some schools recorded impressive growth in their mean score this year compared to 2020.

Here are the eight most-improved schools in the former eight provinces:

1. Coast – Kambi ya Waya Primary School – recorded a mean score of 266 this year from 203 marks in 2020.

2. Central – Njenga Karume Primary School – posted a 248 mean score compared to 207 marks mean score in 2020.

3. Eastern – Ngukuini Primary School –  recorded a mean score of 250 marks against 165 in 2020.

4. Nairobi – Cheleta  Primary School – got 263 marks as the mean score from the previous year’s 213 marks.

5. Rift Valley – Lenkishon Primary School – recorded 272 marks mean score compared to the previous year’s 198 marks.

6. Western – Kewa DEB Primary School – posted a mean score of 284 marks in this year’s exam compared to 216 marks last year.

7. Nyanza – Nyangiti Primary School – got a mean score of 232 marks against 170 in 2020.

8. North Eastern – Mandera DEB Primary School – recorded a mean score of 270 marks against 181 last year.

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