Kampala, (UG): Kampala Parents School, a Naguru-based primary school has once again emerged among the top-performing schools in the country in the just-released results of the 2023 PLE – Primary Leaving Examinations.
In the latest PLE exams, released by the Uganda National Examinations Board on Thursday, January 25, Kampala Parents, owned by city businessman Sudhir Ruparelia returned 42 performing pupils passing with a high first division.
The School Principal, Ms. Daphine Kato praised the good performance of teachers who did a lot of research and teaching. She also praised the pupils for their discipline and hard work.
“I am grateful for this achievement, it is no mean achievement and I want to thank members of staff, especially 2023 primary seven teachers, the well-disciplined pupils but above all school directors for providing everything on time,” Ms Kato said.
According to Ms Kato, the results are an indicator of the quality of education the school offers to pupils. She also spoke thankful to the teachers and directors for enabling such a wonderful performance.
“We are happy and we thank our teachers and other stakeholders for this wonderful performance. Above all, we also dedicate these pupils to God and therefore, we prepared them good enough” Ms Kato stated.
The school has always topped in the previous years in similar examinations making it a number one-stop destination for parents to enrol their children ahead of the first term opening.
Kampala Parents School is a pioneer of private primary education in the country and has always maintained its dominance in examinations.
For example; in 2022, the school had 291 pupils out of the 400 pupils excelling in Division one, while the rest got second division.
Located along Lugogo bypass, KPS boasts of a massive enrollment of over 2500 pupils with 118 well-trained teachers and over 150 non-teaching staff members. The pupils come from all over the world.
The school is a day school providing a local curriculum Kampala parents’ school is on an international level but follows a local curriculum.
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