By Elly Katahinga
The Ntungamo district vice chairperson Sakina Ampeire Imamu has expressed concern over the increasing poor performance of government aided schools in the district.
While releasing the Primary Seven Mock examinations 2017 in the District council hall this mid-week, Ampeire noted that government aided schools have continued performing poorly compared to private schools which should be addressed.
Over 1,615 pupils from government schools who sat for mock examinations were un graded especially girls.
According to results released by the Ntuungamo district Inspector of schools Fred Bahati, a total of 9,929 pupils registered for mock only 1615 got first grade while 2869 passed in second 1,183 in third grade and 2455 in fourth grade.
172 pupils could not finish the exams while 20 pupils never turned up.