Internal supervision and learners discipline in primary schools Sironko district Uganda

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Kampala International University, College of education, open distance and e-learning.
The study was mainly qualitative and employed the observational research approaches to gather data from head teachers and teachers and primary six learners which mainly focused on the experiences of people involved, and attempt to understand the reasons behind certain behavior description (Nkwi & Amp; Ryan 2001). The research was guided mainly by three objectives namely; To assess the levels of school training program on learners individual discipline in primary schools in Sironko district, To examine the school guidance programs on learners individual discipline in primary schools in Sironko district and To establish the material resources on learners individual discipline in primary schools Sironko in district. Research design is a basic plan that guides data collection and analysis of the study and it has to have a plan with a set of rules that enables the researcher to conceptualize and observe the problem under study (Kothari, 2004). The target population for the study was 381 respondents in primary schools; composed of 19 head teachers, 41 deputy head teachers, 120 primary school teachers and 201 primary six pupils. This research made a conclusion basing on research questions and findings related to them and final conclusion of this study is that there is a significant positive relationship school organization (Classroom management, Effective communication and Student monitoring and evaluation) and student’s academic performance) relate positively to students performance (student commitment to academic activities, Good relationship between teachers and students and student’s discipline and student’s performance). The study recommends that the ministry of education could facilitate these head teachers to make different tours visits to experienced schools in order to learn from them on how they organize their schools., the district institution has to evaluate and provide rewards where the teachers had used the effective communication, school management and students – teacher’s relation in school organization to enhance and improve student’s performance. that school head teachers and head of studies should have regular meeting with students in order to discover the best strategies for classroom organization strategies to use in school organization and that there should be a deliberate attempt to conduct a study which establishes the relationship of school organization based on factors that are internal to school and which enforce the relationship between teachers and students external to such as behavioral issues of the students, school materials.
A thesis report submitted to the college of education open distance and e-learning in partial fulfillment for the award of masters of education in educational administration and management of Kampala International University
Internal supervision, learners discipline, Primary schools, Uganda