- The Ministry of Education in Collaboration with KNATCOM and other stakeholders have developed the Physical Education and Sport Policy to provide Direction and coordination framework for effective and efficient delivery of P.E and Sport programmes to all learners and communities.
- The Policy is aligned to the constitution of Kenya, Vision 2030, the Kazan Action Plan, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Agenda 2063, The Kenya Competency Based Curriculum and other Policy documents.
- The Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) launched in 2017 ensures that P.E and Sport secures its rightful place in the school curricula and that, consequently, all learners benefit from exposure to physical activity in all learning institutions.
- E and Sports play an effective role in Promoting peace and social cohesion, preventing violence, enhancing gender equality and individual well being.
Key Policy Thrusts
- The Purpose of the Policy is to provide a framework for effective implementation of safe, quality and inclusive physical education and sporting activities at all levels of Early learning and Basic Education.
- Promote implementation of an inclusive PE & Sport curriculum.
- Promote Inclusive age appropriate and gender responsive P.E and Sport infrastructure, facilities and equipment for learning.
- Strengthen teacher development at pre-service and in-service training level to enable teachers play a crucial role in nurturing the learner’s talents in P.E and Sport.