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16:28
16:28

Twenty Inmates Sit for PLE in Moroto in moroto district 1 3

Frank Baine, the Spokesperson for Uganda Prison Services said that they paid the registration fees of the inmates.
22:19
22:19

UPDF Chopper Delivers PLE Papers to Kotido In Kotido district 1 3

The materials were delivered at around 1:30 pm by a military helicopter. District and municipal education authorities and security personnel received the materials at Lomukura primary school.
19:40
19:40

Two Karamoja Schools Fail to Turn up for National School Festival over Funds primary schools 2 1

The schools are Chepkararat Primary School in Amudat district and Kakamar Primary School in Kaabong district. They are among the five schools from the region considered for the National competition which kicked off on Monday in Kyotera district.
14:35
14:35

Food Lures Moroto Pupils to School Despite UNATU Strike primary schools 1 3

Esther Anyakun, another learner said that teachers are just roaming up and down and they are not bothered about teaching. Anyakun says if the strike continues, they will fail since revising books alone may not help them.
12:22
12:22

Schools Ask Gov't to Provide Study Materials for Lower Primary primary schools 2

Richard Abura, the deputy headteacher of Nakasero Primary School says that the school has distributed the self-study books to each learner in the upper classes. He however says that the lower primary learners have not received anything from the government yet they need the materials for continuity.
15:58
15:58

Poor Psycho-social Support Affecting HIV Management in Kyotera Schools hiv aids 1 2

Many of the child-clients in Kyotera District are not receiving the required social support, especially while at school, according to Irene Nayiga, the in-charge HIV/ART department at Kalisiizo Hospital, the main public healthcare service centre in the district.
14:47
14:47

UCC Extends e-learning to Primary Schools, PTC's 1 4

George William Nyombi Thembo, the Director of the Rural Communication Development Fund at UCC observes that most of the teachers in primary schools are not exposed to technological tools yet they are presiding over classes of pupils who are born with tablets in their hands.
13:59
13:59

Three Rubanda Schools Miss PLE Science Paper ple exams

Anthony Musasizi, the head teacher of Kishaki primary school says that candidates and supervisors were still stranded by midday today, waiting for Integrated Science paper. The examination started at 9:00 a.m. in other schools across the country.
12:09
12:09

Soroti Reshuffles Head Teachers Over Poor Performance ple 1 1

As a new strategy to boost performance in the area, 17 head teachers and 74 classroom teachers have been reshuffled while an unspecified number has also been lined up for demotion.
10:46
10:46

Kabale Head Teachers Tasked to Explain Poor Performance primary schools 1

The results indicate that 81 out of 152 primary schools in the District, failed to register any single candidate in division one. The most disturbing results were from Musamba primary school in Rubaya Sub County where, 17 out of the 23 candidates were ungraded, four obtained fourth grade, and only two attained grade two.
15:53
15:53

Head-Teachers Told to Get Degree or Risk Losing Job primary schools

Mary Chebet, the head teacher of Kapchesombe Primary School in Kapchorwa district, says the period given by the education ministry to acquire degrees is short and not ideal.
16:11
16:11

4,839 Fail Mocks in Kigezi Region exams 2

Vastine Beyendera, the Senior Inspector of Schools, Kabale District, says some teachers have developed a tendency of not covering the syllabus, which she says is responsible for the poor performance.
11:51
11:51

92 Primary Schools to Miss Nutrition Project in Kabale 5

Kenneth Baabo Sabitti, the Kabale District Education Officer says 31 primary schools failed to account for UPE funds for the third of the 2015 academic year while 61 others failed to account for the money they received in the first term of the 2016 academic year.
11:16
11:16

Jinja Schools Hit By Poor Sanitation pit latrines 3

Jinja district leadership has decried the appalling sanitation environment in primary schools.
05:18
05:18

48 Pupils Out of 3, 413 Report for First Day of School in Moroto moroto district 1

As schools across the country opened for second term on Monday, pupils in Moroto Schools did not show up forcing teachers to resort to playing games on their phones in empty classrooms.
17:46
17:46

Hoima Officials Welcome Proposed Ordinance to Check School Dropout Rates primary schools 1

Last week, Hoima district secretary for Education, Deo Kiiza, presented to Council a proposed by-law that provides for a fine of one million shillings or imprisonment for six months for a parent whose child drops out of school without any reasonable cause.
20:31
20:31

Three Schools In Kotido Face Closure For Lack Of Pit Latrines primary schools

Lutuke explains that at Kanaei primary school the only available pit latrine partially collapsed and a total of 469 pupils, both boys and girls, are sharing it.
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