Our Students Report Back for Second Term

I am extremely delighted to inform you that our students have safely returned to school on Saturday and Sunday after a short holiday break. The school was filled with a sense of excitement and anticipation as the parents dropped their children at school and helped them to settle.

As our school culture is, the entire staff was in attendance, and they welcomed the students with warm smiles and words if motivation. Seeing our students back on campus and ready to resume their academics gave us joy and the students were as well thrilled, reuniting with their peers and teachers.

Students being Cleared

The school bus was deployed to pick up students from the various neighborhoods in Kampala, something which added vitality to the function. Upon entering the school gate, the enthusiastic group of staff members thoroughly searched the students’ suitcases and bags to avert the possession of illegal stuff in school and ensure that they all had sufficient basic necessities.

That done, the students were issued with clearance cards and thereafter they would proceed to their respective dormitories. Some parents were spotted, interacting with teachers about their children’s academic progress.

I would like to thank all our parents for entrusting us with the education and well-being of your children. We also truly appreciate your active participation in their academic voyage and as staff, we are committed to providing a holistic education and creating a safe and nurturing environment for the learners to learn and thrive.

Second term is short and fixed with numerous curricular and co-curricular activities, it is upon this background that I once again appeal to all parents to continue supporting your children’s education and all the school programs.

I am pretty confident that with your support, coupled with the hard work of our students and the relentless commitment of our staff, we shall make a difference in their lives and help them achieve their full potential. We look forward to a successful second term.

Warm regards,

Reverend Father Prosper Atukwatse CSC,

Head teacher.