Kampala Parents’ School has yet again proved that it is a reliable and dependable learning center for primary school pupils when it posted an improved performance in the 2017 national primary leaving examinations (PLE)
The Naguru based school registered 197 first grades out of the 256 candidates who sat for the national primary leaving examinations. Close to 50 pupils scored aggregate four as the school registered no failures. Many other registered an impressive second grades.
“Our teachers worked hard and finished the syllabus in second term so we used the 3rd term to revise. We worked as a team and also carried out continuous assessment meetings to know up with our pupil’s performance trends with several revision classes,” the school principal Daphine Kato told the media.
“We are passionate about helping our children to develop a love for reading. We train them to be proactive and fast thinkers so that they can handle this ever demanding and fast changing world,” she elaborated further on the tactics deployed to ensure the good performance.
“Our Director provided everything that a child needs to study and excel and the teachers are happy because when we compare results with those of last year these ones are better,” the school principal said.
Kampala Parents is owned by Dr. Sudhir Ruparelia under the Ruparelia Group of Companies. Dr. Sudhir Ruparelia has over the years invested heavily in the education sector. He owns other schools like Kampala international School Uganda in Bukoto, Delhi Public International Schoo and Victoria University Kampala.