By Nicholas Aharizira
School authorities have been challenged to join efforts towards implementing the new abridged curriculum that the government of Uganda through the ministry of education and sports rolled out in 2020
Rev.Can David Kahindi a retired member of the clergy who is the current Board chairman for Kyabugashe high school in Nyakagyeme sub-county Rukungiri district says the new curriculum will help students attain skills that will help them be self-sustaining in the future.
He was speaking at a function organized at Kyabugashe High school to celebrate the school’s remarkable performance in the Recently released UCE and UACE examinations results
Alvas Arinaitwe the school head teacher says in the UCE results the school had 8 students in division 1, 23 in division 2, 45 in divisions 3, and 80 in division 4
In the UACE results, the best student had 19 points, and 6 attained above 10 points.
He attributed the good performance to the cooperation between teachers and students.
Arineitwe says they are aiming at getting 40 students in first grade for O’level and students with 20 points for A‘level.