Children Learn And Develop Differently, Schools Must Pay Attention To Each Child’s Need

A teacher conducting lessons at Kampala Parents' School COURTESY PHOTO A teacher conducting lessons at Kampala Parents' School

Schools must pay very good very good attention to pupils because they learn and develop in different ways, Kampala Parents’ School administrators have. They say that ‘teachers’ must ‘know and understand this and use different teaching styles to plan work at different levels in order to meet the needs of all pupils in their class’.

“We aim at providing the highest quality learning environment for your child and for them to achieve their full potential. All our classes are supported by teaching assistants and pupils are offered additional support or catch up intervention where needed,” Daphne Kato, the Principal of Kampala Parents’ School, says of what they are doing to ensure effectiveness prevails in their school.

“We encourage our learners to strive for the best. This also includes encouraging them to enjoy learning. Part of mentoring consists of listening to pupils. By taking time to listen to what students say, our teachers impart to them a sense of ownership in the classroom. This helps build their confidence and helps them want to be success.

“At Kampala Parents’ School, we leave no stone unturned to achieve this goal by fully facilitating our pupils to become upright and useful citizens for the betterment of our country Uganda and future generations.

“All effort is made to help the children get holistic education and give them direction in their academic advancement. The academic activities are stressed knowing very well that it is the main door through which a child goes to explore the world. It is also a way of showing someone’s intellectual capabilities.

Why Discipline is important?

Daphne Kato emphasizes that discipline is a vital element in grooming pupils. “It is the key to success as evidenced by the good performance for many consecutive years and in building a wholesome all around a child, compassion, love integrity, cleanliness and above all discipline are a must. We believe that discipline is the key to success. We train our children to observe all of them,” she explains the role discipline has played in ensure school performs well consistently.

“As administration we nurture a child’s personal growth by providing a friendly and supportive environment. The school mission is “to facilitate first-class education and civilization to children with and from outside Uganda with the hope that there will be a better world community tomorrow“. 
The school anthem clearly indicates that children, teachers and parents of Kampala Parents’ School glorify the lord and their prayers ascend on high to achieve school goals and aspirations. Please invest in your child by availing us the opportunity to nurture and groom him/her at the roots. The dividends will certainly give you a big smile at the end of the day.  

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