The executive secretary Uganda Business and Technical Examinations Board [UBTEB] Oyesigye Onesmus has commended the proprietors of Kampala Parents School and entire The Ruparelia Group for being at the front line of helping offer high quality education services to thousands of Ugandan children saying his ministry appreciates such efforts and urged the rest to emulate them.
‘’We envy the infrastructure of this great school because once a parent brings her kid here for education, no regrets because everything that is required to run a first world school are located on this vast compound’’ noted Oyesigye adding that parents should send their kids to such schools that have value for money.
Oyesigye made the remarks recently while presiding over the graduation ceremony were over 235 former p7 candidates of Kampala Parents School are set to join the Post primary education sector 2019.
The managing director of the Kampala Parents’ School Rajiv Ruparelia thanked parents community and all well-wishers for their continued support and for placing KPS as their best school saying they are doing all it takes to keep on improving the pupil learning environment for effective results.
Principal Daphine Kato noted that the school continues to grow in sums and lumps with pupil population shooting through 3,000 saying it is the efforts of the parents who send in kids and the teachers doing the knowledge dissemination job that has led to positive impact year in year out.
She challenged parents to ensure they engage their children I household chores during this long holiday season and also urging them to avoid exposure to Television sets as this may morally corrupt their minds.
Oyesigye used the occasion to say that ministry of education and sports take harsh action against proprietors of private schools that do not meet the officially required standards by not allowing them to open for the next academic calendar year 2019.
“We would like to stand here at KPS today to inform all proprietors of privately owned schools at all levels across the country that effective the next education calendar year of 2019, government shall not allow schools that do not have the requisite infrastructure to open because they are responsible for messing up the entire education system’’ fumed Oyesigye.
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