The Kampala Parents School has reopened after being granted a certificate of compliance following the fulfillment of all requirements for the opening for candidate classes.
The certificate was granted by the permanent secretary in the ministry of education and sport, Alex Kakooza upon the inspection of the school.
Last month President Yoweri Museveni ordered reopening of schools for final year students following closure in March this year. The closure according to president Museveni peddled at curbing the spread of the deadly covid-19 pandemic.
In well-established structures, P7 Students resumed their studies and as per the Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB), they will sit for their final examinations in April next.
As per school culture, the students were dropped by their parents, have their temperatures checked, Sanitize, masks, before allowing them into school premises.
An Eagle Online reporter walked into the school and established that social distancing in classes, dining areas was observed among other the standard operating procedures aimed at stopping the spread of Covid-19.
Kampala parents’ school is on international level but follows a local curriculum. It’s situated along lugogo by pass and has an enrolment 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 has been and will continue to be an academic hub of Uganda because of the balanced curriculum offered. The school mission is “to facilitate first-class education and civilisation to children with and from outside Uganda with the hope that there will be a better world community tomorrow“.