ABSTRACT This study is out to assess the impact of motivation to Secondary school science teachers of pupils' performance. The study was guided by three specific objectives: to determine the factors in the motivation systems that motivate science teachers in science subjects in Secondary school; to identify the types of motivation that exist in early childhood education schools; to determine the problems associated with motivation in early child hood education in Secondary schools. To collect data for the study a number of data collection instruments were used, these included: questionnaires, interviews, observation; and review of the related literature. The sampling techniques used in the study included simple random sampling; purposive sampling; and stratified sampling techniques. The main findings of the study include: Respondents were of the view that motivation create a psychological distance between the person receiving the motivation they seemed of that motivation disrupt the collaboration needed for school learning. 5 respondents were of the view that motivation kill a person's motivation formed in the work itself. It kills the intrinsic motivation that relates to fulfilling growth needs, which are the most powerful and sustaining sources of motivation.