Childcare Nursery and Primary School registers massive performance in 2023 PLE results


Childcare Nursery and Primary School has again excelled greatly in the just-released Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) results for the year 2023 by Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB).

According to the management of the school, ten candidates sat for PLE and out of those, four passed in first grade whereas six passed in second grade.

Speaking with our reporter, the school’s director Mr. Mbine Innocent, revealed that much as the school performance was better, students must keep aiming higher each year.

“We’ve done it again, because out of the 10 candidates that sat, 4 got first division as listed below.

1. AKORAGYE AGNES-002423/02ENG :


ENG: 2

MTC : 2

SST : 2

SCI : 2

Agg. : 8 DIV : 1.



ENG : 2

MTC : 3

SST : 2

SCI : 2

Agg. : 9 DIV : 1.

3. AHUMUZA LAWRENCE-002423/020


ENG : 2

MTC : 3

SST : 2

SCI : 3

Agg. : 10 DIV : 1. 

4. SSALI JOSIAH- 002423/031


ENG : 3

MTC : 2

SST : 3

SCI : 3

Agg. : 11 DIV : 1. 

Mbine added that all other candidates emerged in second grade.

With eight years of academic performance, Mbine told our reporter that the excellent performance of Childcare Nursery and Primary School made it to become the first school in the history of Buhara Sub County and Ndorwa East at large in Kabale district to emerge with this incredible performance.

Childcare Nursery and Primary School took the third position among the best top ten schools in Kabale main (KDA) which hosts 100 schools.


The minister of Uganda’s Education and Sports as well as the first lady Janet Kataha Museveni yesterday Thursday 25th January 2024 released the 2023 Primary Leaving Examinations.

A total of 749,254 candidates from 15,859 centres (schools) registered for PLE in 2023 compared to 832,654 in 2022.

Of this number, 501,602 (66.9%) from 11,365 centres were Universal Primary Education (UPE) beneficiaries, and 247,652 (33.1) of the candidates were Non UPE.

Proportionally males performed better than the females. According to the results, 47,452 boys were in Division One, representing 13% compared to 39,130 girls in Division One, representing 9.99%. A total of 164, 906 boys (46%) boys were in Division Two compared to 171, 601 (43%) girls. 69,870 boys (19.53%) were in grade 3 while 86,420 (22.07%) girls were in the same grade.

Girls performed better than boys in English, where 90.64% passed English compared to the boys who are 88.32% but the reverse is true for the other three subjects; SST, Science, and Mathematics.

Meanwhile Childcare Nursery and Primary School is a great school with first-class facilities required by pupils to excel academically as well as promote their mental and physical growth.

The school has been and will continue to be an academic hub of Kabale, Kigezi Sub Region and the entire country Uganda because of the balanced curriculum offered.