Key performance indicators 2012
Girls and boys progressing to the next school year: boys 103%/ girls 99%
Girls and boys passing school leaving exams*: Boys: 71%
*method of recording pass rates changed in 2012
Average number of teaching and learning methods used by government teachers: 5
% progress towards completion of three year School Development Plan: 90%
Year in which current School Development Plan was formulated: 2011
Schools data 2012
Total enrolment:426 - boys 237 /girls 189
Average number of pupils per classroom: 71
Average number of pupils per government teacher: 61
Female government teachers: 3
Pupils adequately seated: 100%
Number of pupils per latrine stance: boys 47/ girls 38
Okula School 2012
District: Eastern Region
Year Build a School support commenced: 2007
• INFRASTRUCTURE: 2000 bricks have been bought and are at the site. These will be used for building teachers’ houses and latrines.
• COMMUNITY: Meetings for the School Management Committee, Parent Teacher Association and sub-committee have successfully taken place and have had a good attendance of parents.
Funding Required: £13,779
Okula Primary School, head teacher, Saaka Oceen Martin, explains how Build Africa’s support has helped transform his school.