Little Rina shines in 2023 PLE results, opens admission

Ms. Irene Asiimwe Litte Rina School Diector

KYALIWAJALA: Candidates at Little Rina Primary school in Kyaliwajala who sat Primary leaving examinations last year are still in jubilation following the excellent performance.

The school had 42 candidates who sat PLE, 11 candidates scored division one, 26 in second division, and the rest in third.

The head teacher, Mr. Stephen Wafula attributed the excellent performance to both teachers and pupils and above all to God. ”Here at Rittle Rina, teachers work hard to ensure they equip pupils with necessary notes that are desired to pass examination, in this they make sure that they complete the syllabus on time and gives our candidates enough time for revising their books’’. He noted.

”I am extremely happy for the results, and I take this opportunity to say thank you to all parents for the support you have rendered to these pupils and also to the school”, Mr. Stephen added.

He generally said that this year’s performance was better tough he was expecting more first grades.

On her Part, Madam Irene Asiimwe, the school director commended parents, teachers and pupils for making her school shine again.

‘’ I thank God for the far he has brought Rina Primary school, and all this milestone is because of God’’ she noted.

She added that the school is already open for admission and waiting to receive and teach pupils what to shape their future.

According to her, educating a child is the best gift that each and every parent could give to his or her children. She, therefore called up on all parents to ensure they are avoiding the practice of denying their children an opportunity to go to school to study.

Josh Kukiriza, one of the parents in the school commended the management for teaching the children of the nation and more great work and more so to the Director Mr. Irene for being lenient. He however noted that this year’s grading must have been high compared to the past two years. He thinks this time Uganda National Examinations Board graded very high as compared to Covid years where it lowered the grading which saw many pupils pass in division one across the country.

Kukiriza’s two sons scored division one.  One was Kukiriza Ezekiel Josiah who scored 9 aggregates and Kukiriza Calvin who scored 10 aggregates.

during release of examinations on Thursday 25th Jan at state house Nakasero, Minister for education and sports who is also the first lady announced that senior one will begin of Monday 19th Fabray and the selection exercise will take place on 1st and 2nd February.

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