The Ministry of Education releases homeschooling packages to enable self-study in amid coronavirus lockdown
The homeschooling materials were released after the ministry designed a framework for the provision of continued learning during the stay-home directive.
Ministry of Education says it worked with a consortium of different stakeholders, under the guidance of the National Curriculum Development Centre (NCDC), to develop standardized study lesson packages.
All the materials (attached here) are in the core subjects for primary and secondary levels, to be distributed to all learners.
Education Minister Janet Museveni says model teachers will continue preparing lessons to be delivered through on radio and television stations across the country.
|Primary One||Download file here|
|Primary Two||Download file here|
|Primary Three||Download file here|
|Primary Four||Download file here|
|Primary Five||Download file here|
|Primary Six||Download file here|
|Primary Seven||Download file here|
Lower secondary self-study materials
|Senior One (Sciences)||Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics||Download file here|
|Senior One (Arts)||History, Entrepreneurship, English, Art & Design||Download file here|
|Senior Two (Sciences)||Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics||Download file here|
|Senior Two (Arts)||History, Entrepreneurship, English, Art & Design||Download file here|
|Senior Three (Sciences)||Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics||Download file here|
|Senior Three (Arts)||Geography, History, Entrepreneurship, English, Art & Design||eDownload file here|
|Senior Four (Arts)||Geography, History, Entrepreneurship, English, Art & Design||Download file here|
|Senior Four (Sciences)||Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics||Download file here|
Senior 5 & 6
|Sciences||Download file here|
|Arts||Download file here|
The role of parents in supporting children’s homeschooling
Education Minister Mrs. Museveni appealed to parents and families, to involve the learners in their home activities to give them skills for life such as cooking, cleaning, gardening, and looking after animals.
others like skills include business, art, music, physical activity, play, and sports, and many others.
“Spend time with your learners to develop their values and positive attitudes. Tell them stories, riddles, and other life lessons and support their learning”, she says.
Free learning online sites
MTN Uganda is further supporting the fight against the spread of the Coronavirus by offering free access to select educational websites to enable parents’ home school their children.
Here is a list of zero-rated educational websites that you can use to learn from home or access for your kids to keep tabs on their education.