By Katya David,
Hon. Rebson Mupango, the Kasese Municipal Deputy Mayor has called for collaborated efforts by all education stakeholders to translate this year’s poor mock examination results into excellent performance in the national exams.
He said whereas they appreciated the academic performance made under hardships since the lockdown over the pandemic, there was need to make good analysis of the mock results this year to guide the ongoing teaching process for better results in the final national examinations.
Officiating at the release of the 2023 primary mock examination results at Kasese secondary school yesterday, Hon. Mupango who represented his worship Chance Kahindo, the Kasese municipal Mayor, called for close collaboration among teachers, parents, local leaders and learners to fill gaps to ease the teaching process. Hon. Mupango speaking……
Mr. Samu Sibaminya Monday, the Kasese Municipal head teachers’ association secretary said twenty three of the sixty one schools could not have any grade one and 29 percent compared to 21 of last year, failed mathematics among others. Mr. Sibaminya speaking……
Some of the best performing school head teachers, including, Rev. Benjamin Bwambale of Kamaiba public primary school, Mr. Cyprus Kyana for Trusted, as well Mr. Wilson Byuki for Namuhuga private primary schools, attributed their success to cooperation, team work, hard work and unity among all education stakeholders at their respective institutions. Best performing head teachers…..
Most of the parents and guardians interviewed called for hard work and improved academics they think can only be realized if all education stakeholders worked as a team. END