Kagadi district has released the official report for the 2023 PLE results. A total of6579 candidates sat for the exams,402 candidates passed in Division One representing 6.2%,3193 passed in Division Two representing 49.4%,1552 in Division Three constituting 24%.
774 candidates passed in Division Four representing 10.8%, 533 failed representing 9.7% and 121 candidates were absent.
The exams were released by the Kagadi district Inspector of schools Omukwenda Akugizibwe Alinda at Kagadi Modal P/S in Kagadi Town Council.
Muhorro BCS in Muhorro town council emerged the best UPE School, while Pachwa P/s Second, Nyakasozi P/S 3rd, Kasoga P/S 4th, Nyanseke P/S 5th, Kahunde P/S 6th, Kagadi P/S 7th among other schools.
Among private schools, Good Hope Primary School was the best and followed by quality Education Centre in the 2nd position.
The last 10 worst schools are Mutunguru P/S, St. Cecilia Burora P/S, Buhumuriro P/S, Kiduuma P/S, Agahikaine P/S, St. Martha P/S, Maryland P/S, Muzizi tea estate P/S, Kabworo P/S and, Kyakabadiima P/S all government aided schools.
Meanwhile, the district Education officer for Kagadi Bartholomew Bukenya cited a lot of challenges faced by the education sector such as low capitation grants, understaffing and others.
In a move to address the challenges in the education sector, Bukenya suspended three head teachers including Charles Asiimwe, Birungi Patrick and Nfitumukiza Robert over incompetence and poor performance in the PLE results.
The Kagadi deputy Chief administrative officer Robert Mugabe urged the education department to make transfers for the teachers who have spent 5years on same schools to improve performance also asking head teachers whose school’s performed poorly to apologize.
Some school heads like Anatori from Mutunguru p/s and Alice Kabasana from Kabworo P/S apologized and asked for more chances promising to improve their performance.