UNEB – Sample Papers for New Lower Secondary Curriculum Released

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UNEB – Sample Papers for New Lower Secondary Curriculum Released

UNEB – Sample Papers for New Lower Secondary Curriculum Released

Exciting Announcement from UNEB: Sample Papers for New Lower Secondary Curriculum Released!  

Attention educators, students, and parents! The Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) has some fantastic news to share. We’re thrilled to announce the release of sample papers for the new Lower Secondary Curriculum.

As education evolves to meet the needs of learners in the 21st century, UNEB is committed to providing valuable resources to support teaching and learning. The newly developed sample papers align with the updated Lower Secondary Curriculum, offering a comprehensive overview of the content and skills students will encounter in their studies.

UNEB - Sample Papers for New Lower Secondary Curriculum Released

Here’s what you need to know about the release of these sample papers:

  1. Comprehensive Coverage: The sample papers cover various subjects included in the Lower Secondary Curriculum, ensuring that educators and students have access to resources across a wide range of disciplines.

  2. Aligned with Curriculum Standards: Each sample paper is meticulously crafted to align with the curriculum standards set forth by the Ministry of Education and Sports. This alignment ensures that the content is relevant, engaging, and conducive to student success.

  3. Accessible Resources: Whether you’re a teacher planning lessons, a student preparing for assessments, or a parent supporting your child’s learning journey, these sample papers provide accessible resources to enhance understanding and proficiency in key subject areas.

  4. Support for Teaching and Learning: The release of these sample papers signifies UNEB’s commitment to supporting teaching and learning initiatives across Uganda. By providing high-quality resources, we aim to empower educators and students to achieve academic excellence.

  5. Feedback and Improvement: UNEB values feedback from stakeholders in the education sector. As educators and students engage with the sample papers, we encourage constructive feedback that will inform future iterations and improvements.

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To access the sample papers for the new Lower Secondary Curriculum, visit the UNEB website or contact your local education authority for more information. We believe that these resources will play a pivotal role in enhancing the quality of education and preparing students for success in their academic pursuits.

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Thank you for your continued support as we strive to advance education standards in Uganda. Together, we can create a brighter future for our students!

For inquiries or additional information, please visit the UNEB website or contact us directly.

Let’s embark on this educational journey together!

Find Here Below:  UNEB – Sample Papers for New Lower Secondary Curriculum Released

Released on UNEB Website are sample test papers as part of our continuous assessment tool for the New Lower Secondary Curriculum (NLSC).

During a two-day stakeholder meeting held in Kampala on March 18, 2024, Mr. Dan Odongo, the Executive Director, highlighted the purpose of these sample materials. He explained that they are designed to guide schools on the new assessment formats for Competency-Based Assessment (CBA).

“While these tools provide schools with guidance on the assessment process, it’s important to note that the sample papers are preliminary representations of what may be included in the end-cycle assessment. The final scenarios are expected to differ,” Odongo stated.

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Ismael Mulindwa, Director for Basic and Secondary Education at the Ministry of Education and Sports, emphasized the relevance of the meeting, noting its focus on key stakeholders involved in the NLSC implementation.

Florence Buyinza Agola, Manager of Examinations Development, highlighted the overarching goal of the new curriculum: to nurture lifelong learners capable of adapting to a changing world. She stressed the importance of holistic learning, along with the need for valid and reliable assessment methods, to produce quality graduates.

The meeting was well-attended by senior officials from the Ministry of Education and Sports, including commissioners, assistant commissioners, as well as ministry and regional inspectors from the Directorate of Education Standards (DES), among others.

To access the sample papers and assessment tools, please download them here.


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