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Kampala International School Uganda fully reopens for physical classes, tips students on basics of preventing covid-19

KISU assured parents that the school reopening exercise has been accompanied by full observance and implementation of covid-19 Standard Operating Procedures (SoPs) and health measures as directed by the government.

Kampala International School Uganda (KISU) – a multinational international curriculum-based school in Bukoto on Monday (today) resumed physical classes for all learners as schools reopened countrywide after 22 months of closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

KISU management assured parents that the school reopening exercise has been accompanied by full observance and implementation of covid-19 Standard Operating Procedures (SoPs) and health measures as directed by the government.

Addressing pupils in a Covid Awareness assembly on Tuesday, Dr. Terry Garbett, a Director at KISU emphasized the importance of students adhering to SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures) like; wearing a mask at all times, social distancing in class & consistently washing their hands while on campus, in order to safeguard themselves against the deadly virus.

Mr. Terry addressing KISU pupils on the basics of preventing Covid-19

He also advised the pupils that recreational activities such as swimming, and the #KISULegoLab will soon reopen for learners to freshen their minds after 2 years of being closed down.

Mr. Terry said KISU will be following and implementing all government reopening guidelines and measures. These include putting up health and safety posters in schools, requiring masks for all pupils and staff, enhanced cleaning, ensuring social distancing, and improving handwashing facilities.

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Meanwhile, KISU has also announced that admissions for its 2022 classes for all levels is still ongoing, and advised parents to step in early and book a slot for a brighter education of their children.

“Parents intending to enroll their children at the school have been advised to call the school and book to enable the school plan and adhere to the SOPs and health guidelines,” one of the staff from the admissions office told DailyExpress.

KISU has pinned info-graphic posters all over the school reminding pupils on how to avoid covid-19 as physical classes resume

KISU, one of the leading international schools in Uganda adapts the English National Curriculum for the Primary School and until Year 9 in Secondary School, after which students are assessed internationally under the Cambridge IGCSE (examined in Y11) and IB Diploma (examined in Y13). The IB Diploma is generally regarded as the university entrance program of choice often preferred above national requirements.

The school curriculum, according to KISU, has been adapted to reflect the international diversity of our school community and its location in Uganda.

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The school has a rich resource in the nature and diversity of its students. However, the suitability of the school for each student is assessed upon entry, to ensure that KISU can meet their needs.

All students from Year 3 (7 years old) upwards spend time on outdoor education trips, staying overnight for varying lengths of time; each student swims once a week and takes part in all activities.

KISU is a subsidiary of the Ruparelia Group’s education arm established in 1993 and to date, the school boasts of an enrollment figure of over 400 students from over 60 nationalities according to 2020-21 admission statistics.

For inquiries on how to join Kampala International School Uganda, contact their Admissions Office on Tel: +256 752711 882 /  email: [email protected] or visit their website at: www.kisu.com


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