As provided for in the Statute, the functions of the Centre are:
The core values of the Centre are abbreviated in an acronym TIE:
T - Teamwork
I - Integrity
E - Excellence
General Paper is a multi-disciplinary subject which draws its content from all the subjects across the curriculum. Therefore, the syllabus is vast and has no itemized resource list of its own. The subject helps the learner to explore and appraise social, cultural, economic, philosophical, scientific and technological issues.
Literature in English is one of the subjects that have been at this level for as far as 1959 when high school education was introduced in the education system in Uganda. The structure of the subject is inherited from the British system where it also happens to be a principal subject in Uganda, Literature in English falls in the category of the Arts subjects.
The subject comprises three genres namely Prose and Poetry, Plays/Drama and the Novel. All the three genres are compulsory for the students who offer this subject.
Applications are invited from appropriately qualified Ugandans for the following posts available for immediate filling at the National Curriculum Development Centre. NCDC is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
Closing date for applications is 6th October 2017. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted. 6 copies of: the application letter indicating three (3) referees, a
detailed CV, Photocopies of Certificates and Academic Transcripts should be submitted to:
The Secretary, NCDC Governing Council, P. O. Box 7002, Kampala.
O level Literature set books have been changed with effect from 2015 with the new S.3 Students.
New books for teaching Literature in English (2015 – 2020)
Betrayal in the City by Francis Imbuga
The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare
Carcase for Hounds by Meja Mwangi
- This should address the issues related to the teaching of kishwahili as the second official language for Uganda. The article should also take care of concerns of it
- penetration on the schools curriculum, what has been done at different levels of learning and way forward.
Secondary Education in Uganda spans from S1 to S6. It is one of the options for forward progression under
Uganda's education system. Secondary education is divided into two cycles:
The Unit was created to cater for the special needs in education right from the time of curriculum development. It also caters for matters of inclusion which range from how to handle children with varying disabilities as well as those that are either too fast leaving their classmates behind or time-takers that might need special care during learning.