Day: January 27, 2021

Jinja College posts great performance in UNEB 2019

Our academic programmes are well tailored. They are geared towards academic excellence. No wonder, our motto is ‘Strive to Excel’ no doubt, if a student adhered to every detail of it, he would excel. This year, we have among other strategies agreed to exempt the candidates from participating in co

Providing for your children

Paul said in Timothy 5:8 “But if anyone does not provide for his own, and especially for those of his household, he has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever” Adequately providing for the family has always been a challenge. There are three important needs for any household

Government releases plan for full school reopening

Ministry of Education yesterday released the official timetable for reopening of schools in a phased manner to manage the learners in the face of Covid-19 as they close 2020 academic year. According to the ministry’s schedule, the sub candidate classes of Primary Six, Senior Three and Senior Five will report

Ministry releases schedule for opening schools, 3rd term for all ends in June

The Ministry of Education and Sports has indicated that the semi candidates in Primary six (6), Senior Three (3), and Senior five (5) will be required to report to school in the next two weeks. According to a circular from Alex Kakooza, the Permanent Secretary to the Ministry of Education,

Ugan­da’s new cur­ricu­lum for Lower Sec­ondary

The gov­ern­ment rolled out the new lower sec­ondary ed­u­ca­tion cur­ricu­lum in Feb­ru­ary 2020 with the aim of cre­at­ing meet­ing the learn­ers’ needs es­pe­cially in re­gard to skills train­ing and en­hance­ment. The Min­is­ter for Ed­u­ca­tion, Hon. Janet Mu­sev­eni, in her state­ment to Par­lia­ment, said that the need to re­view the cur­ricu­lum

UNEB releases timetable for national exams

KAMPALA-  Uganda National Examinations Board (Uneb) has released exams timetable for the 2020 candidates  at primary, ordinary and advanced level of  education. Mr Dan Odongo, the Uneb executive secretary, said the exams are being held in 2021 because of the need to make up for the time lost by the candidates

UNEB to carry out 2021 examinations under new law

KAMPALA —The Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) wants the forthcoming cycle of examinations to be carried out under a new law, which was passed by Parliament on Thursday. The new Uganda National Examinations Board -UNEB Bill which seeks to repeal the 1983 Act creates reforms relating to the administration and