Kampala Parents’ School held Primary Seven Dedication Prayers at the school premises in Kololo ahead of the national Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) to be held on Monday and Tuesday (5th and 6th November, 2018) countrywide.
The prayers were attended by leaders from different religious denominations. Every year, parents, religious leaders, teachers,pupils and well wishers of Kampala Parents’ School congregate to pray for Primary Seven candidates in preparation for the pending PLE exams.
This year, pupils prayed for their parents, teachers, school administrators and the country at large. They asked for God’s to blessing. ‘May you enable us to remember what has been taught to us as we do our exams on the 5th and 6th of November, 2018.
They prayed for good health, guidance and blessings as they write their PLE exams. The school Principal, Madam Daphne Kato in her prayer thanked God for the great school that Kampala Parents School is and the for 230 primary seven PLE candidates.
She asked God to bless parents with money so that they are able to take their children to secondary schools next year.
The teachers during a briefing session asked pupils to be organised while they prepare for the last exams in their primary school education stage.
“A candidate who is not organized can fail to get a distinction. We have given you a full package in form of classwork. We don't expect any number to come from the curriculum and you don’t have it. We have covered the whole syllabus.” a teacher told pupils.
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