Kampala Parents School Perfoms Excellently In 2019 PLE

Kampala Parents School Perfoms Excellently In 2019 PLE

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By Andrew Irumba

Kampala Parents School is one of the schools that performed excellently in the 2019 Primary Leaving Examinations, according to results released by the Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB).

Several Pupils of Kampatla Parents scored aggregate 4  while many others passed with Division 1 and 2. 

Some of the candidates who scored Aggregate 4

The school has always topped in the previous years in PLE examinations, making it a number one top choice for parents who want their children to attain quality primary education.
The school was chosen as a venue for the release of the 2019 PLE results by the First Lady Janet Kataha Museveni, who is also the Minister of Education and Sports.

The School head teacher Ms Daphine Kato, attributed the excellent performance to the teachers who she said  did a lot of research and teaching to ensure that candidates were well prepared. She also praised the pupils for discipline and hardworking.

Some of the 2019 Primary Seven Candidates of Kampala Parents School who passed in Division 1

“I am grateful for this achievement. It is no mean achievement and I want to thank members of staff, especially 2019 primary seven teachers, the well-disciplined pupils but above all school directors for providing everything on time” Ms Kato said.


Here are some of the Candidates who scored aggregate 4:

Apadete Denis Pearl

Pupils of Kampala Parents School

Muwonge Ezra Muganzi

Ankunda Joan
Amuriat Darlene Marjorie
Rwakabale Darren Adrian
Muwanguzi Wako Victor Emmanuel
Awang Charlene Faith Olaro

Byarugaba Natasha Williams
Kayondo Klaus Timothy
Mahoro Esther
Mulumba Melvin Mathew Kauzi

Kampala Parents registered, which is owned by tycoon Sudhir Ruparelia, 15 candidates with aggregate 4s, 16 candidates scored aggregate 5 and 22 candidates had aggregate 6.  The school registered 174 candidates in Division one and 54 candidates in division two.

According to Dan Odongo, the UNEB Executive Secretary, a total of 695, 804 candidates from 13, 475 centres or schools registered for PLE in 2019 and out of this number, 473,893 accounting for 68.2 per cent were from Universal Primary Education (UPE) while 221,912 accounting for 31.8 per cent were from private centres.


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