English is one of the two official languages of Uganda besides Kiswahili. As a subject, English is taught in all primary schools in
Creative Arts and Physical Education (CAPE) has three components namely:
- CAPE1: Music Dance and Drama (MDD)
- CAPE2: Physical Education (PE)
- CAPE 3: Art and Technology
CAPE 1: Music, Dance and Drama (MDD)
Integrated Science is very crucial for the positive transformation of the country and the whole world. Scientific literacy involves
Social Studies is designed to equip learners with knowledge, skills, values and attitudes which are required to prepare them for
a living in a physical, social, political, economic and religious environment as knowledgeable and participating citizens in society.
The 1995 Constitution of Uganda designates our nation a multilingual society where 65 indigenous languages are spoken.
Until recently when Kiswahili was declared the second official language, English has been the only official language of Uganda. For this reason, English is taught at all levels of education to enable learners develop communication skills while at the same time being able to access information written in English.
Religious Education focuses on the development of personal values, understanding of and tolerance for diversity, such as
Kiswahili is Uganda’s 2nd official language, therefore, teaching/learning Kiswahili in Uganda is an effort to implement a government
policy on language.
The strategic objectives of the Centre are but not limited to:
Vision statement: A holistic Curriculum for producing responsible Citizens equipped with productive skills
Mission: To develop curricula and instructional materials for equitable and quality education through research, innovation and stakeholder involvement.
Core Values: Teamwork, Integrity, Equity and Excellence (TIEE)
Theme: Working together for competence based curricula.