3RD TERM 2013 school results_ Social Program

16/12/2013 02:32

  

 

THIRD TERM 2013 PERFORMANCE OF BUIKWE DISTRICT SOCIAL PROGRAM CHILDREN:

 

S/N

STUD. CODE

NAME

SCHOOL

CLASS

TOTAL MARKS GOT

CLASS POSITION

TOTAL NUMBER

COMMENT

1

17/S

NEKESA SHARON

BUIKWE SELF HELP

P.3

434

12

53

Promoted to P.4

2

18/S

WAMEME NICHOLAS

BUIKWE SELF HELP

MID

-

-

-

Promoted to TOP Class

3

43/S

NANDECHA SANDRA

BUIKWE SELF HELP

P.6

134

43

58

Promoted to P.7

4

15/S

NANGO SUSAN

BUIKWE SELF HELP

P.3

189

47

53

Advised to Repeat P.3

5

16/S

KIZZA CHRISTOPHER

BUIKWE SELF HELP

P.1

307

30

40

Promoted to P.2

6

34/S

NAKANGU JESCA

BUIKWE SELF HELP

P.3

264

42

53

Advised to Repeat  P.3

7

13/S

NANSAMBU GLORIA

BUIKWE SELF HELP

P.1

560

6

40

Promoted to P.2

8

27/S

KIVUMBI MAURICE

BUIKWE SELF HELP

P.5

171

48

55

Advised to Repeat P.5

9

44/S

MAGALA CYRUS

BUIKWE SELF HELP

P.1

512

8

40

Promoted to P.2

10

 

KASAMBA ERIC

BUIKWE SELF HELP

P.4

349

22

58

Promoted to P.5

11

31/S

NANKYA ZAITUNA

BRIDGE HOPE P/S

P.2

391

6

30

Promoted to P.3

12

40/S

NAKITANDA SAIDA

NAJJA C/U P/S

BABY

409

20

44

Promoted to TOP Class

13

41/S

KIZITO RONALD

NAJJA C/U P/S

P.2

126

42

55

Advised to Repeat  P.2

14

42/S

NAKAFU BRIDGET

KATETE MODERN

TOP

-

7

24

Promoted to P.1

15

32/S

BALIRAINE NAJJIB

HANNAH MOSHI P/S

P.1

 

 

 

Did not study in third term due to sickness, will resume next year

16

11/S

BIRABWA REHEMA

ROCK ACADEMY KAKUNYU

BABY

-

31

37

Promoted to MID Class

17

28/S

NALUNKUMA VIVIAN

MAKONGE MIXED P/S

P.4

562

Div. 1

 

Promoted to P.5

18

29/S

BIYINZIKA REAGAN

MAKONGE MIXED P/S

TOP

439

7

35

Promoted to P.1

19

30/S

NAKIBUULE HASIFAH

MAKONGE MIXED P/S

P.1

DIV 4

-

-

Advised to Repeat P.1

20

23/S

KAGOYA ELESI

SPIRE ROAD P/S

P.1

351

-

-

Promoted to P.2

21

06/S

KIZITO PHILLY

MAKONGE AJIJJA P/S

P.7

-

-

-

Finished Sitting for his P.L.E

22

20/S

NABANJJA HARRIET

ST.JOSEPH NAGA. P/S

P.6

170

39

122

Promoted to P.7

 

23

21/S

DUMBA PETER

UGANDA MARTRYS

S.3

618

41

66

Promoted to S.2

24

22/S

NANYANZI BRENDA

UGANDA MARTRYS

S.3

390

59 Agg

 

Promoted to S.4

25

33/S

NAKIBIRANGO BETTY

HOPE VOCATIONAL

YR1

-

-

-

Waiting to do her final exam in January, just doing industrial training

26

09/S

IGA HENRY

NILE VOCATIONAL

YR1

321

43

82

Normal progress


The Summary:

Overall, 13/S Nansambu Gloria (P.1), 44/S Magala cyrus (P.1), 29/S Biyinzika Reagan (Top class),31/S Nankya zaituna(P.2),42/S Nakafu Bridget(Top class)  were the best performers.

Generally, the performance is not impressing; with most of our children performing fairly. However, a number of them who performed poorly were advised to repeat their classes next year.

32/S Baliraine Najjib did not study in third term due to sickness but is expected to resume next year.

11/S Birabwa Rehema tried to perform well but needs change to boarding school so as to improve on drug adherence. There is complete lack of support from care givers posing a threat of drug failure. The girl is not regularly attending school and often sickly without any proper assistance from caregivers. Bringing her nearer to the clinic will improve monitoring drug adherence and treatment of opportunistic infections.

29/S Biyinzika Reagan did well even when he had to commute 14 kms away from every day during exam period. His mother’s health condition deteriorated and she was moved to the village. Reagan needs also to be transferred to boarding school. Actually the conditions at home are not favorable and currently he is even very sick. Father and Mother are separated and living very far apart. The father re-married and the co-wife is not friendly to Reagan and yet he needs father’s assistance.

41/S Kizito Ronald despite of being HIV negative, he has continued to perform poorly. The cause partly is due to lack of support from the grandmother, Ronald himself and the poor standard of the school. Grandmother does not have authority to force him attend school regularly and even when she has any function like burials, she goes with them (Ronald & Saida). Ronald himself likes absenting himself. He fakes illnesses while at school and the teachers allow him to go back home.

6/S Kizito Philly completed his final primary leaving examinations successfully and is waiting for the results expected to be released early next year. He is ready to proceed with secondary education if results are good but if not good, he accepts to branch to vocational training.

 

 

Action points

·         11/S Rehema and 29/S Reagan be considered for boarding section at Buikwe Self Help P/S

·         41/S Ronald be given last chance in the first term, 2014

·         There is need for regular visits focusing on checking the performance progress including challenges met by these children.

·         Continuous guidance by talking to these children

·         School administration should give regular information  concerning the children’s  issues which can be rectified including counseling

·         There is need for care givers to increase monitoring the children’s attendance and homework assignments to ensure compliancy.

·         SP beneficiaries who have successfully finished their education need to attend back to school fare well so as to offer career guidance to the current beneficiaries.

In conclusion, much as the most our children are HIV positive, they need to really work hard to improve if they are excel in their studies.