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08:03
08:03

Islanders Blame Illegal Fishing Operations, Long Lockdown for Low P6 Turnup 2 1

In some Kalangala Primary Schools URN visited on Monday, the turn up of semi candidates has been very low, at about 10% what it was before the break out for Covid-19 holiday.
07:25
07:25

Over 25 Final Year Students Likely to Miss Exams as Defeated MP Cancels Funding 5 1 Top story

None of the students has completed registration for the Uganda Business and Technical Examination Board-UBTEB exams, which are scheduled to start on April 8th, 2021. The remaining 46 students are also likely to drop out of school should they fail to find sponsors.
09:28
09:28

Ssese Gets First Museum 4 3 Top story

Ssempebwa says tourism in Ssese is beyond resting on beaches and in hotels, which many people focus on but rather even the undiscovered sites that can make a positive impact if well established. He says they have opened up the museum purposely to allow tourists discover the history of Ssese islands.
17:04
17:04

Teachers, Pupils Flee Kalangala School over Witchcraft demons 1 4

Trouble started on Friday when three pupils Rose Nassanga, Ritah Nassali and Prime Kobusingye were allegedly attacked by demons prompting them to beat up the school head teacher Jonathan Mutagumya.
14:44
14:44

Kalangala District in Drive to Boost School Completion Rates budget 4 1

Kalangala district has a total of 23 primary schools spread in nine out of the 63 habited islands. It has three secondary schools and two tertiary institutions. But with a population of 5,800 school going children, only 254 children are able to complete primary seven every year on average.
07:52
07:52

Kalangala Battles Increased Cases Of HIV Positive School Children

Primary Schools in Kalangala are reporting increased enrollment of HIV positive children, although this provides schools a challenge of proper care of the children.
07:24
07:24

Kalangala Officials : 53 Islands Lack Single School 3 5

Some of the Islands without a single school are Mawala, Lujaabwa, Gunga, Mirindi and Butulume. Others are Kyeselwa, Nkose, Ntuwa,Bubeke, Buyange, Bugaba and Buyovi among others.
15:36
15:36

Ssese Students Refuse to Call off Strike examination fees

The strike started on Monday when angry students turned rowdy and started vandalizing the institution’s property to protest the decision by Uganda National Examination Board (UNEB) to increase registration fees from 50,000 to 65,000 shillings.
09:58
09:58

100 Teachers Abandon Work in Kalangala education sector 1

An estimated 100 primary school teachers have resigned their positions in Kalangala district plunging some Government-aided schools into a near crisis.
14:52
14:52

Kalangala Teacher arrested for Vandalism

Dominic Ssebagala, a teacher at Kasekulo primary school in Kalangala is in trouble for allegedly destroying school property and violence. Sebagala was arrested by cops yesterday after he went on rampage and attacked several teachers and pupils.
06:10
06:10

Kalangala Grapples With High School Drop Out Rates

A large number of pupils who are enrolled in Kalangala primary schools, never complete primary seven, the district education officer Emmanuel Nsereko, has said.
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