Kampala Parents School has proved yet again that they are an academic giant after registering a 100 percent performance in primary leaving examination released on Thursday by Ugandan National Examination Board.
234 candidates sat for the examination and all passed in first grade. Teachers and pupils attributed the good performance to working hard, good facilities, teachers input and God’s grace.
Namanya Alvin, with aggregate 6 said he was enthusiastic, Ayebale Patience said she worked head, read her book and now she wants to join Gayaza High School.
Mugasha Brian, also with aggregate 6 was disappointed for not getting aggregate four, he blames it on grading.
He now wants to join Kings College Buddo. Atukunda Elizabeth, with aggregate 4 thanked God for protecting her throughout the year 2018. “I would like to thank my teachers for teaching me and for giving me the all the knowledge that I needed to
pass my exams.”
Namara Rachael said “I am very grateful to God and my parents and to the school because I got aggregate five. Kampala Parents is a nice school. It offers holistic education, the facilities are good and the teachers here are very kind and friendly.”
Daphne Kato, Principal of the School said “This performance, if you are to make it, you have to make sure you work hand in hand with the parents. You have to make sure that you have a strong team of teachers.
And the most important thing is to make sure that the facilities are in place. You have always seen our school, there is isn’t anything that is not available here. Our directors have provided whatever is required for pupils to excel.” UNEB Secretary General Daniel Odongo said that a total of 57,198 pupils passed Division One, 293,977 in Division Two, while 128,573 passed in Third Division. 91,504 passed in Fourth Division.