March 2, 2024

Kagadi PLE Stars, Parents, Teachers Celebrate Success


Pupils of St. Johns Junior Primary School celebrating with their fellows after the release of the exams at the school premises on Thursday

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There was Pomp and color in Kagadi District this evening (Thursday) as Primary leaving Examination stars for 2023 their parents and teachers celebrated success after the release of PLE results showing better performance compared to the previous years.

The Directors of best candidates from Good Hope foundation schools Namanya Richard, Quality Education Center-Josephine Tusubira and Trust way schools Uncle Robert Mugabe, St. Johns Junior Primary School Rosemary Atuhuura, Rugashali Public School Joseph Nyorano disclosed that their candidates performed better than the previous years due to commitment of teachers, hard work of candidates and support from parents.

The best candidates came from Good Hope where 38 candidates got first grade with the best scoring Aggregate 6, 22 first grades came from St. Johns Junior School while 20 first grades came from Quality Education Center and 13 candidates scored Aggregate 6 from Trust Way Schools Muhorro.

Candidates attributed success to hard work support from parents and early completion of syllabus by teachers.

Birungi Venerander, from St. Johns Junior School who scored 6 said the good performance was as a result of hard work from the teachers, friendly head teacher and commitment by the parents.

Birungi Venerander, from St. Johns Junior School who scored 6

Venerander wants to be a medical doctor in the future.

Carolyne Ayebale, from St. Johns Junior School also scored aggregate 7 and wants to be a doctor said she was expecting the results given the favorable environment the school gave them during studies.

Carolyne Ayebale, from St. Johns Junior School also scored aggregate 7

Parents attributed success of their children to hard work, discipline and good learning environment by their respective schools.

Speaking at the release of the results at State House Nakasero on Thursday, January 25, 2024, UNEB Executive Director Dan Odongo said, “Proportionally males performed better than the females. According to the results, 47,452 boys were in Division One, representing 13% compared to 39,130 girls in Division One, representing 9.99%. A total of 164, 906 boys (46%) boys were in Division Two compared to 171, 601 (43%) girls. 69,870 boys (19.53%) were in grade 3 while 86,420 (22.07%) girls were in the same grade.”

A total of 749,254 candidates from 15,859 centres (schools) registered for PLE in 2023 compared to 832,654 in 2022. Of this number, 501,602 (66.9%) from 11,365 centres were Universal Primary Education (UPE) beneficiaries, and 247,652 (33.1) of the candidates were Non UPE.

At least 88,269 (candidates who sat the 2023 Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) were ungraded


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