At least 38 primary school teachers and two Head teachers in Kasese district yesterday(30th.November.2021) received awards under Teacher Professional Development -TPD, a child brain of save the children international.

The best teachers were, Ms.Medius Kabugho and Matiya Wahimba from Busunga and Kasangali primary schools in the Sub-counties of Lake Katwe and Bwesumbu.

The programs officer Save the Children Kasese branch, Ms. Asaba Edita, hailed teachers for their participation in the program that was aimed to assess teacher’s perfoamce under Teacher professional development among the selected primary schools.Ms. Edita speaking…

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All head teachers and teachers  that received awards, including Smart phones Pop 5 and six inch mattresses, were assessed basing on scheme of work, accountability and inventory among others.

Speaking to our reporter shortly after the award ceremony held  at UHURU 50 hotel in Kasese town, Ms.Medius and Wahimba attributed their success to handwork and committement, but quickly called for teamwork.

Mrs. Medius and Wahimba speaking…

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Mr. Ernest Thabugha, the Principal Education officer Kasese district, called upon head teachers and teachers to unit for effective learning.

Mr. Thabugha on team work ……

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The three years remote learning program is implemented in 50 primary schools in  the districts of Kasese, Ntoroko and Bundibugyo with funding from Hempel Foundation. END.

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