Mukalele Rogers

Notice: For up-to-date curriculum resources, info, always refer to website

In the realm of education, having access to reliable and up-to-date resources is crucial for both teachers and students. The National Curriculum Development Center (NCDC) in Uganda recognizes this importance and has taken significant steps to make some educational materials easily accessible through its official website.

Navigating the NCDC Website: For those seeking the latest curriculum resources, the go-to destination is the NCDC official website at The resources are organized into several categories to cater to the diverse educational needs of students across different levels.

Categories of Resources:

  1. Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) – P.1 to P.3: The ECCE section of the website is designed to support the foundational years of education. Teachers and parents can find approved syllabi, e-books, and other valuable resources tailored for the early developmental stages of children.
  2. Special Needs Education (SNE): Recognizing the importance of inclusive education, the SNE category on the NCDC website offers resources that cater to learners with special needs. These materials are crafted to ensure that every student, regardless of their abilities, has access to quality education.
  3. Business, Technical, Vocational Education, and Training (BTVET): The BTVET section focuses on equipping students with practical skills for the workforce. It provides approved syllabi and resources to support vocational and technical education, ensuring that students are well-prepared for the demands of various industries.
  4. Primary Education (P.4 to P.7): The primary education category on the NCDC website covers a broad spectrum of resources for upper primary levels. Teachers and students can find approved syllabi and e-books to facilitate effective teaching and learning.
  5. Secondary Education: For students at the secondary level, the NCDC website offers a wealth of resources to aid in their academic journey. From approved syllabi to special publications, these materials are designed to align with the curriculum and enhance the learning experience.

Additional Information: It’s important to note that while some of the resources are available online, there may be other materials not accessible through the platform. In such cases, individuals are encouraged to visit the NCDC Building located at Plot M838, Kyambogo, P.O Box 7002, Kampala, Uganda. This physical location serves as the center for those who may require materials not available on the website.

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