Uganda

If your child is at a Bridge school in Uganda, then their lessons will have been interrupted because schools are temporarily closed.

It’s really important that children continue to learn and grow until schools reopen. We want to support our families and make sure that learning is disrupted as little as possible. As such, we suggest that you follow this weekly activity plan with the children in your home.

The weekly activity plan has the following daily activity for every grade:

  • Vocabulary to learn
  • An activity to practice
  • Maths questions to answer
  • A storybook to read
  • Homework to do

Instructions: Each day with your child, complete the learning activities for every subject. For daily reading practice, download the story from African Story Book app and ask your child to read. Then, ask your child to complete the homework assignment. Use the answer key to review their answers and provide feedback.

There will be a new lesson plan available every week for every class in our Uganda academies.

If we keep working together, we can keep children learning.

Lesson plans

Week: Monday 6th April – Friday 10th April

Click onto the correct lesson plan for your child’s class and get started.

Example weekly learning structure

This is what the weekly activity plan will look like when you click on the links above for your child’s class.

Topics for this week Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
English    Goal:

Vocabulary:

Activity

Goal:

Vocabulary:

Activity

Goal:

Vocabulary:

Activity

Goal:

Vocabulary:

Activity

Goal:

Vocabulary:

Activity

Maths  Goal:

Vocabulary:

Activity

Goal:

Vocabulary:

Activity

Goal:

Vocabulary:

Activity

Goal:

Vocabulary:

Activity

Goal:

Vocabulary:

Activity

Reading Assignment Weekend homework 
Homework Assignment #43 #44 #45 #46 #47
Homework 

Key

Answer Key Answer Key Answer Key Answer Key Answer Key

 

Old weekly activity archive

Week: Monday 30th March – Friday 3rd April

Click onto the correct lesson plan for your child’s class and get started.

Week: Monday 23rd March – Friday 27th March

Click onto the correct lesson plan for your child’s class and get started.

 


Other available Ugandan Learning Resources

Free Smartphone Apps on Google

Mlishe Jitu – a game-based app to learn letter sounds and early reading skills. Recommended for pupils in Baby Class, Middle Class, Top Class, Primary 1, and Primary 2. Can be used offline.

Papaya – an educational app for letter sounds in English and Uganda local languages. Papaya helps learners to identify the relationships between letters and the sounds of spoken language.

Checheza – Fun, offline games that allow pupils to have fun and learn important literacy and mathematics skills.

Feed the Monster (Luganda) – a game-based app to learn letter sounds and early reading skills in Luganda. Recommended for pupils in ECD, Primary 1, and Primary 2. Can be used offline. Find out more

Curious Reader Engagement Book – an interactive e-book experience in English and Swahili. Read with Akili (from Ubongo) and select from 3 difficulty levels.

 

Radio & Television

Akili and Me Radio – From Ubongo, a radio programme where kids can learn Math and English. 

Akili and Me Television – From Ubongo, a television programme where kids can learn Math and English. 

Akili and Me Streaming – Watch the Akili and Me and Ubongo Kids television programmes streaming on YouTube

 

Websites

Ubongo Toolkits – Ubongo’s web-based toolkit. Provides videos, e-books, audio, and printables for all primary levels and in English + Kiswahili. Link here.

Yaaka – an online platform to share lesson ideas for teachers and parents conducting lessons at home. Courses and learning activities for pre-primary through university levels.

Pass UNEB – Includes practice exams for P7 (PLE). Exams can be taken online or downloaded for offline use. Also includes a free e-library of e-books and video tutorials.

Walktrack EduPlatform – A website with free educational resources, including mock exams, past midterm/endterm exams, and other learning resources

Revise Now – A collection of past PLE papers to complete practice exams.

Pass PLE Learning Programme – Tune into BBS Terefayina: Somera muddiirolyo at 9am if you live in the Central Region. Also available on YouTube

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