As the first batch of Junior Secondary School students re-open on Monday for the first term, primary schools are working round the clock to receive Grade 7 students.
A spot check in Narok found some schools in top gear preparations that seek to ensure classrooms and other requisite structures are ready by Monday.
Fanaka School is among those that are ready to receive over 200 Grade 7 students.
According to the school's Headteacher Yuticas Makaka, the school has already built four classrooms and laboratories in readiness for Junior Secondary School students.
He said the structures are as of now at 95 percent complete and by opening day, they will all be ready.
He is also assuring parents that the school will offer pocket-friendly school fees.
Makaka says their teachers have been trained on CBC adding that the new curriculum is the best for Kenyan learners compared to the 8-4-4 system.
The school's Director Bishop Ayub Mureu said the school is well-equipped to teach CBC.