Some brilliant news in the past few days. Two of our students will be starting their A Levels at Seeta High School Kampala later this month, this after a generous supporter offered to match-fund and underwrite their A-Level costs!
Lovemore and Scovia are preparing now for the start of term.
A particular thank-you to Great Sankey High School Science Department for their partnership in helping to sponsor Lovemore over many years, and to other teachers at Great Sankey and elsewhere who have been helping to sponsor Scovia.
Scovia is currently waiting for S4 exam results. She is in her school basketball team and they have enjoyed good success. Here she is pictured with Benjamin our Kampala co-ordinator. We are urgently looking to raise more support so that she can study A levels. Please go to our donation page thankyou.
In Uganda, January of each year sees the tense wait for exam results by those who took their key Senior 4 exams in November, equivalent to GCSEs in the UK.
We have two students undergoing this wait! Lovemore and Scovia, here pictured with the headteacher of Seeta High School: Lydia Lukwago Kagoya
Just received this from John:
Komakech Joseph made it also among the best PLE students with aggregate 5.
English 2 (93%), Maths 1 (98%), Science 1 (96%), Social Studies 1 (97%).
Check his picture that appeared in monitors publication.
Komakech Joseph amongst the best
Thanks love and prayers. John”
Notes: PLE stands for Primary leaving exams.
The lower the aggregate score, the better the result.The very best score would be a 4, calculated from being rated in Division 1 for each of the four papers. Komakech Joseph achieving a 5 is a stunning result.