A Legacy Of Academic Excellence:Kampala Parents School Shines Again As All 210 Pupils Score Division One In 2023 PLE Results

A Legacy Of Academic Excellence:Kampala Parents School Shines Again As All 210 Pupils Score Division One In 2023 PLE Results

By Spy Uganda

Kampala: Kampala Parents School has once again demonstrated its academic prowess after all their candidates excelled in the just released Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) results for the year 2023.

Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) registered a total of 749,254 candidates from 15,859 centers registered for PLE in the year 2023 and among them is Kampala Parents School which has maintained its record in academic excellence.

Ms.Daphne Kato, the school’s principal expressed satisfaction with the results, emphasizing that they reflect the institution’s commitment to providing comprehensive education to its pupils.


According to Daphne, all the 210 pupils in P.7 results were impressive with majority of the pupils scoring between 4-6 aggregates.

She has thus attributed the school’s performance to the strong partnership between parents, the school, and the students which has played a crucial role in determining the final results. She highlighted the consistent implementation of strategies throughout the year, along with the provision of necessary facilities, as key contributors to the school’s impressive performance.


“ As the school management we want to thank our chairman Dr. Sudhir Ruparelia, all the parents and teachers for the work done, candidates for 2023 congratulations, you have made us proud. “ Daphne said.

“We start the year with our main strategy and keep on holding meetings to make sure that strategies are fulfilled and above all the facilities that are required are all available. Chairman, Dr. Sudhir and Rajiv made sure that whatever we need to provide holistic education is available and that’s why our performance is really good, so I want to argue all the parents that Kampala parents is the best school in the country.” she added.

According to UNEB Executive Director Dan Odongo, the results, 47,452 boys were in Division One, representing 13% compared to 39,130 girls in Division One, representing 9.99%. A total of 164, 906 boys [46%] boys were in Division Two compared to 171, 601 [43%] girls. 69,870 boys [19.53%] were in grade 3 while 86,420 [22.07%] girls were in the same grade.


Odongo further noted that this year girls performed better than boys in English, where 90.64% passed English compared to the boys who are 88.32% but the reverse is true for the other three subjects; SST, Science, and Mathematics.

He also revealed that a number of candidates in Division U is quite high, at 88,269 [10.4%] and should raise concern so that they do not just add to the statistics of school drop-outs. There are districts such as Kibuku [31.5o], Madi Okollo [31.5%], Dokolo [28.9%], Kween [28.4%], Namisindwa [28.9%] where the percentages are well above the national average. Many other districts have over 20% of the candidates in Division U. It is necessary to find out the causes.

A total of 749,254 candidates from 15,859 centers registered for PLE in 2023 compared to 832,654 in 2022. Of this number, 501,602 [66.9%] from 11,365 centers were Universal Primary Education [UPE] beneficiaries, and 247,652 [33.1] of the candidates were Non UPE.

Meanwhile, screening, senior One will take place on the 01 stand 2nd of February 2024. Thereafter, First Term for the Senior One cohort of 2024 will start on Monday, 19thFebruary 2024.

More About Kampala Parents School

Kampala Parents school has incomparable extra-curriculum activities but also its academic performance is at the required standard and this is because of the well-trained staff members who are talented in handling and disciplining pupils a key to success as evidenced by the good performance for many consecutive years.

Kampala Parents’ School boasts a rich legacy of academic excellence. They are a well-established institution with a strong reputation for nurturing young minds and shaping future leaders. Their commitment to delivering top-tier education has stood the test of time.

At Kampala Parents’ School, they blend tradition with innovation. Their modern teaching environment ensures that your child receives a well-rounded education while keeping pace with the demands of the 21st century.

KPS says they understand that every child is unique, with their own set of talents and interests. Their curriculum considers children’s creative and expressive needs, ensuring a balanced education that caters to their individual strengths.

The school’s ethos is built on communal values and the promotion of mutual respect. KPS foster an environment where boys and girls are given the independence and privacy they need to grow while instilling values that create responsible and compassionate citizens.

At Kampala Parents’ School, they value character and achievements over background. Our dedicated teaching staff recognizes and celebrates each student’s uniqueness, ensuring every child has the opportunity to shine.

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