Here are top schools with highest number of 4 in 4 aggregate

Mrs Kato congratulates some of the top performing pupils

Mrs Kato congratulates some of the top performing pupils

Hormisdallen Primary School, Gayaza has outshined other schools across the country by emerging with the most number of candidates with Aggregate 4.

A total of 68 candidates from the school scored Aggregate 4 following yesterday’s released Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE). Scoring aggregate 4 means that the pupil achieved a Distinction One in each subject of English, Social Studies, Mathematics and Science.

Hormisdallen Day School, in Kampala, came in second position with 34 candidates.

The other top schools that saw candidates scooping Aggregate 4 were;

Yudesi Primary School, in Kampala (21 candidates),

St. Marcelino Junior School, Nansana (21),

Mother Majeri Primary School, Kira (20 candidates)

El-Shaddai Primary School, Gulu City (19 candidatesGlobal Junior School, Mukono, (15 candidates)

Nkokonjeru Primary School, Mbale City (13 candidates),

Victorious Primary School, Mukono (13 candidates),

Namagunga Primary School, Mukono (12),

Seeta Junior School, Mbalala-Mukono (12)

St. Noa Junior Boarding School, Zana- Makindye Ssabagabo (11 candidates).

Kabojja Junior Primary School, in Kampala, registered (10) candidates

Namiryango Junior Boys Primary School, Mukono (10),

Hillside Primary School, Kira (7)

Kampala Parents School had (5).

During the release of the results at State House, Nakasero, Executive Director of the Uganda National Examinations (Uneb) Mr Dan Odongo said a total of 749, 254 candidates from 15, 859 schools registered for PLE in 2023 compared to 832, 654 in 2022.

In 2023, the schools that emerged with the highest number of candidates in Aggregate 4 were Hillside Primary School, Kira with 99 pupils, Hormisdallen Day School, in Kampala (46), Mother Majeri Primary School, Kira (38) and Hormisdallen Primary School, Gayaza with 35 candidates.

The Uganda National Examinations Body (UNEB) has reiterated the call for the establishment of a special court to handle all examination malpractice cases, aiming to ensure expeditious resolution.

Professor Celestino Obua, the new Board Chairperson, acknowledged that although stringent measures and penalties have been implemented through new laws to curb examination malpractice, there are still existing gaps that require attention.

Professor Obua says when suspects are apprehended, the process of pursuing their cases involves significant expenses and suffers numerous adjournments and delays. He believes that for the anti-examination malpractice measures to have a more significant impact, creating a specialized utility court, handling all cases in one place, would ensure a faster resolution.

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