Unoa Primary gets second position nationally in English Oral Narrative

Unoa Comprehensive School headmistress Winfred Sila has said the school will continue honing skills in co-curricular activities after its competitors recently became runners up in the music and drama festivals.

Speaking to Education News on phone, she said the school was first runners-up in English Oral Narrative, the only genre that reached the nationals.

The rest of the items went up to the regional level, saying their dream is to present many more items at the highest level in future.


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“These talents offer personal growth, career opportunities and social connections to say the least. We will help the learners advance in the world of theatre,” Sila said.

The school head noted that to succeed in drama, one must invest in time, finance and count on the efforts of willing patrons and participants.

By Lydia Ngoolo

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