Ibubi Primary School is a public primary school located in the remote village of Ibubi, Mumbita sub-location, Iboona location, Emabungo Ward, Luanda sub-county of Vihiga County. The school was founded by Church of God Faithfuls as a missions school in 1955. It was later to be adopted by the government in 1966
Ibubi Primary School History
Its is an ordinary public educational institute in Wekhomo, Emuhaya, Kenya. This school is managed / sponsored by religious organization called Church of God in EA and offers Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE), which is controlled by the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) under Ministry of Education.
Ibubi primary school was started in 1955 as a measure to ease congestion from Kima primary and intermediate School which was run by Church of God in East Africa Kenya. The School was situated at Ibubi Girls Compound.
The first learners were drawn from neibouring villages such as Wanakhale, Wandeche, Iboona among others who were members of the sponsor Church of God in E. A (K). At that time Learners were admitted to school as per their denomination. Such learners left Kima Primary and intermediate School to start at Ibubi Primary School which later became an intermediate school under the leadership of Mr. Habil Olembo who was their teacher at Kima.
In 1974 the community and the Church started Ibubi Girls Secondary School, Due to lack of space they were advised by the ministry of Education to acquire land for Ibubi Girls Secondary school or to be closed down, they then acquired the plot that holds Ibubi Primary School in which the primary school was moved in the late 1980s
By carefully demolishing part of the classes at the secondary school bricks and windows were used to put up classes at the primary school including the present day administration Block. Academically the school has been a giant in the region, County Sub county and zonal levels for many years and has maintained the same.
This Brief history of the school was written by Mr Jethrone Ahija Okaalo
List of Headmasters at Ibubi Primary School and the years they served
Mr. Habil Olembo – 1956 – 1957
Mr. Albert Alela – 1958 – 1962
Mr. Francis Anyembe – 1963 – 1964
Mr. Joel Amutsani – 1964 – 1965
Mr. Richard Okaalo – 1965 – 1966
Mr. Dickson Matsanza – 1966 – 1967
Prof. Jotham Ombisi – 1967 – 1968
Prof. Green Oketch – 1968 – 1970
Mr. Paul Okaalo – 1970 – 1971
Mr. Stanely Osotsi – 1972 – 1977
Mr. Jacktone Olenja – 1978 – 1980
Mr. Ishmael Eliabaya – 1980 – 1983
Mr. John Asikoye – 1984 – 1986
Mr. Timothy Opola – 1986 – 1988
Mr. Meshack Eteye –1989
Director Rev. Ernest Akhaenda – 1990 – 1994
Mr. Victor Kweya – 1994 – 2008
Mr. Joshua Echoka – 2009 – 2016
Mr. Jethrone Ahija Okaalo – 2016 – to date
This Record was compiled by The Late Ruth A. Akutekha and Later Updated by Rev. John Hungai
Ibubi Girls Sec (156.53m)
Wandeche Pri (590.26m)
Wanakhale Pri Sch (712.92m)
Emuhaya Primary (862.57m)
Ebbiba Primary (1037.67m)
Kima Primary School
Emusenjeli Primary School
Ebwali Primary School
Ess’ongolo Primary School
Esirabe Primary School
Ekwanda Special School
Ibubi Primary School Details
School Code: 38633209
Address: P. O Box 85, 50314 Emuhaya Kenya
Level: Primary School
Sponsor: Religious Organisation
Student Needs: Ordinary
Pupil Classroom Ratio: 42.5, Pupil Teacher Ratio: 38.6, Pupil Toilet Ratio: 23.6, Teachers Toilets: 2, Total Number of Classrooms: 10
There are 10 government teachers (TSC), and 2 supported by the Board of management (BOM). With 373 pupils, the school has a teacher shortage of 0 teachers. Institution ID for Ibubi Primary School is 147018074314, District Code of 1000, and County Code of 44.
TSC Male Teachers
TSC Female Teachers
Local Authority Male Teachers
Local Authority Female Teachers
PTA Board of Governors Male Teacher
PTA Board of Governors Female Teacher
Other Male Teachers
Other Female Teachers
Non Teaching Staff Male
Non Teaching Staff Female
Ibubi Primary School Pupil Population Distribution Per Class from Grade 1 to Class 8
The school has a total enrollment of 373 pupils. It is position 8234 in ranking among the most populated Primary schools in Kenya. Out of the 373 pupils attending their basic education at Ibubi Primary School in Luanda, 178 are boys and 195 are girls.
Number of Boys
Number of Girls
This Primary School has 10 classes to accommodate the over 373 pupils
To get more information concerning the school performance and KCPE results kindly contact the school headteacher using the contacts below.
The website for this Primary School will be updated when available.
To get more information concerning this Primary School, kindly use the contacts below.
School Name: Ibubi Primary School School Physical Location: Wekhomo Location Postal Address: P.O. Box – 50314- 53 Emuhaya Mobile Number: Not Available Telephone Number: 0724717064 Email Address: Not Available School Website: https://www.education.go.ke/
Based on Basic Education Regulations 2014 of Ministry of Education, the official public or private elementary school working hours are as follows:
Class hours: 08:00 A.M. to 03:30 P.M.
Game, club and co-curricular activity hours: 03:30 P.M. to 04:45 P.M.
To view online Ibubi Primary School result slips visit www.knec-portal.ac.ke website. For additional examination-related information kindly visit the official website portal of Kenyan National Examinations Council (KNEC) at www.knec.ac.ke.
Alternatively, for individual KCPE results, SMS the candidates KCPE index number to 20076 via you mobile phone.
How to check the KCSE (Form One) Selection 2021/2022?
To check the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) Selection (Form One Selection) result 2021/2022 for Ibubi Primary School, send the Index number of candidates (students) to 20042 by Short Message Service (SMS) from your Mobile phone. The form one result query SMS code works for All telecom operators (Airtel, Safaricom and Telkom) in Wekhomo.
How to know school fees and the account number for payment?
For particulars on primary school fees and institute account number, kindly contact the office of the headteacher.
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