KESSHA releases this year’s calendar of activities

KESSHA acting National Chairman Willie Kuria.

The Kenya Secondary School Heads Association (KESSHA) has released its calendar of activities for this year slotting the International Confederation of Principals Convention (ICPC) from August 20-23 at Paradise Hotel in Mombasa.

In October 2022, Kenya won the bid to host the ICPC this year during the ICP conference held in Singapore after it garnered 16 votes against Singapore’s 8 votes.

The ICP is the only global association that brings together the representatives of school principals’ organisations from all over the world to discuss the challenges facing school leaders at the workplace.

Winning the bid is very significant since it is an event on the international education calendar with an excess of 1,500 principals in attendance and provides the host country with an opportunity to showcase their education policies and practices.

This comes after Kenya held the African Confederation of Principals (ACP) which has a membership of 12 African states, majority of whom are Anglophones in August 2018; where the former KESSHA National Chairman Kahi Indimuli took its leadership as President for a two-year term.

The Association also plans to have its National Conference from June 24-28 this year at Sheikh Zayed, Mombasa; with major activities of the conference being to elect new national officials.

It has also slotted its National Students Leaders Conference which will be held at Mang’u High School from April 8-12, 2024, while the National Governing Council meeting and that of National Executive Committee meeting were held in Nairobi on February 8 and 9 respectively.

All county conferences will be held in April this year.

The calendar of activities comes days after the Association released its election calendar indicating that the elections will start at Sub-county levels during the first term mid-term break to the National level which will be held in June this year during its annual conference.

In the guidelines contained in a notice dated January 25, 2024, signed by the Association acting National Chairman Willie Kuria and addressed to all KESSHA members, the elective seats will be that of the Chairperson, Vice Chairperson, Secretary, Assistant Secretary, Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, Organizing Secretary, and Assistant Organizing Secretary in all its sub-counties, counties and national levels.

By Roy Hezron

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