By Ambrose Kweronda
Primary head teachers yesterday Monday 08th August,2022 afternoon received Mock Examination at Kabale district council hall for their schools as they come up to the closure of term two.
Mr Turyabona Wilber the Kabale District inspector of schools said that they lack funds to enhance more meetings and workshops for head teachers and appeared to head teachers that when they are called to respond.
While issuing mock examinations to head teachers applied to them, it is the best reason why mock examinations are given to them early to those who don’t have enough space to go ahead and create and every school gained a representative to participate in marking of mock examinations.
Turyamubona added that head teachers are the chief invigilators and supervisors of their school and mock examinations benchmark the performance of their learners in the in coming primary leaving examinations.
Mr Saturday Copernicus the head teacher of Kakondo primary school in Buhara sub county Ndorwa East County after receiving the mock Examination for his school said that the performance of this year’s mock is not in their expectations as learners were suddenly subjected to a holiday because of industrial action of two weeks that teacher’s country wide involved in, and because what they were supposed to cover did not and think the performance will be not it has been in last year’s.
Mock examinations began this morning and will end on Wednesday 10 the Aug,2022 evening o