Kampala Parents Celebrates PLE Success In Style

Daphne Kato the principal of Kampala School hugs a former pupil Daphne Kato the principal of Kampala School hugs a former pupil

It was party time at Kampala Parents School on Friday when the primary school held a farewell party for its 2017 class seven which remarkably performed well in last year’s primary leaver’s exams.

Kampala Parents’ School was the second best school in Kampala with a 100 percent pass rate. No pupil, of the over 200 pupils who sat for PLE at the school, failed. They all got the required marks to join secondary school education.

And as a thank you, the school organized and invited pupils and their parents to a farewell party. The party which started at 3pm was climaxed by cake cutting shortly after dinner had been served. Pupils and parents were treated to a variety of drinks.

We captured some moments through our lens.

Former pupils of Kampala Parents School arriving for the farewell party
One of the students is served dinner at the farewell party
Pupils receiving gifts from school administrators for performing well in PLE of 2017
Last modified onWednesday, 07 February 2018 00:18

Leave a comment

Make sure you enter the (*) required information where indicated. HTML code is not allowed.