Kiruhura: Head teachers given retreat for excellent performance in PLE
Authorities in Kiruhura district led by the Chief Administrative Officer, Charles Kiberu Nsubuga have treated head teachers’ of government-aided Primary schools and the district leadership to a retreat to appreciate them for excellent performance in the 2022 Primary Leaving Examinations.
This retreat took place on Sunday at Lake Mburo conservation education Centre, Lake Mburo National Park and was aimed at exchange of ideas between head teachers and district leaders about challenges in schools and how they can continue improving performance in PLE.
Principal Inspector of schools, Mwine Lamech Mirembe noted that parents who are unserious with school activities destroy schools’ performance. He urged leaders to help in mobilizing pupils to ensure big turn up of them in schools.
Jovanice Rwenduru Twinobusingye, the Woman MP for Kiruhura district appreciated head teachers for fighting for the good performance and putting the district in good image academically.
Wilson Kajwengye, the MP Nyabushozi County urged head teachers to work hard and get first position in performance nationwide.
District Education Officer, Busingye Merab said the intention of the retreat was to appreciate those schools for the good performance they got as the district in PLE and sharing challenges affecting schools so that the district can solve them.
Chief Administrative Officer, Kiberu Nsubuga promised to answer all questions of head teachers as well as promoting them.
A section of head teachers who spoke to our reporter said they have benefited a lot from this retreat.
By Mutatiina Medison