The Archbishop of Uganda Stanley Ntagali and the Imam Kololo Mosque Sheikh kasozi Buruhan Kasasa Wakiku have hailed the team work of the management at Kampala Parents School which they said is driving the school to greater heights.
The two respected religious leaders were presiding over the dedication ceremony of primary seven candidates at the school. “I have been in many schools both private and government aided but Kampala Parents you have impressed me the way you work together. “Archbishop Ntagali said.
“Many people do not know that if you want to develop a nation especially if you believe in God you have to accommodate each other.” he added before hailing the school proprietor Dr Sudhir Ruparelia for being a good leader.
Kampala Parents’ School management thanked the Archbishop the Imam, parents and staff for blessing ahead of the examination. “We strongly believe that it is through prayer that everything will run smooth, before, during and even after the exams. Prayer is our pillar for what will happen in future for our candidates.” The school Principal Daphn Kato said.
The school director Rajiv Ruparelia thanked the school management, teaching and none teaching staff for helping the school to explore its height. This year the school started a Parents advisory Board which has helped in bridging the gap between the parents and the school management.
“Kampala Parents' Scghool is an outstanding school because of the quality of the teaching that goes on day-in, day-out in classrooms. Over several years of innovation, we have developed an approach to Teaching and Learning that we believe secures the best possible learning environment for children to flourish.” Rajiv said.
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