The Kasese district Vice Chairperson, Hon. Jetress Ithungu has called for focus and hard work among learners currently in their holidays, if they were to excel in the academics.
In an interview with Kasese Guide Radio yesterday(10th.Augast.2022), Hon. Jetress who doubles as the Kasese district women councilor representing Bwera and Nyakiyumbu subcounties also asked the learners in the candidate classes to use their mock examination experience to fully prepare for national examinations due next term.
Rev. Benjamin Bwambale, the head teacher for Kamaiba primary school called for consorted efforts by all education stakeholders to fill the missing gaps in the teaching process of learners who were largely interrupted by the two years lock down and the recent industrial action by teachers. Rev. Benjamin speaking………
However, Ms Allen Mary Nkabafunzaki, the Deputy head teacher for Kasese primary school said they were dealing with what she described as inferiority complex caused by mathematics, a determinant but feared subject among most learners in school. Ms Allen Mary speaking……
Mr. Alfred Balinda Masereka, the Director for Infant preparatory school described mock examinations a key factor is preparing both learners and teachers for national examinations. Mr. Balinda speaking…….
Like the learners of Kamaiba primary school, Ms RoseNabunya and January Maate of Kasese primary school told our reporter that mock examinations were fair except mathematics. Maate and Nabunya….
Kasese district primary seven examinations end today. END