Kisumu Girls School to Reopen Amid Corporal Punishment ProbeKisumu Girls School to Reopen Amid Corporal Punishment Probe .The Kisumu Girls High School management has announcement reopening of school on Saturday after a closure for almost a week due to student unrest.
According to Mr. Nelson Sifuna,who serves as the regional director of education for Nyanza,the plan to have speedy reopening of the school will help the students in completing the curriculum prior to the KCSE examinations for this Year.
Mr. Sifuna said that based on the initial interim report,first group of learners will start returning to school this Saturday.
The Officer further said that his office is open and emphasizing that the quality assurance team is committed to listening to all voices.
Corporal punishment according to Sifuna is illegal, hence Incase it is proven to have occurred, then the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) will take appropriate action on the affected teachers .
It was also revealed that the office is not going to solely rely on the principal’s perspective but insisted on the need to consider input from all stakeholders which shall be taken as Kisumu is a national school and any issues must solved as expected.
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In addition, Sifuna commended the girls for maintaining decorum during the protests and refraining from damaging any property .
Sifuna expressed his gratitude to the girls. Despite going on strike, they refrained from causing any damage to school property.
Kisumu Girls School to Reopen Amid Corporal Punishment Probe