Kampala Parents School holds prayers ahead of PLE
Written by walusimbi ABDALLAH on March 25, 2021
Rajiv Ruparelia, the school director (in white)
Kampala Parents School has always taken pride in training pupils not only in academics, but also in other pillars of life including spirituality, morality, physically fitness, among other things that make up a complete person.
One of the occasions that grace the colorful life of pupils at the KPS campus in Naguru every year is the dedication of candidates to God ahead of Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE). The event helps children recognize the role of spirituality in their development and success as human beings.
The past year has been hard for many people, including pupils who hoped to graduate from Primary to secondary, and schools had to improvise to keep children abreast with their academic progress.
father luzindana arriving with the school director Rajiv ruparelia
Today, Kampala Parents School primary seven candidates have held prayers as they get ready for their Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) which start on Monday 29th this month.
KPS Principal Daphne Kato and the Deputy Mufti Ali Waiswa
Father Joseph Luzindana and Second Deputy Mufti Ali Waiswa anointed and dedicated the candidates to God in prayers that were held at the school premises in the main hall.
Kampala Parents School is one of the top performing schools in PLE and this year, over 200 pupils will sit for their exams.
Briefing of the candidates countrywide will be conducted tomorrow. Exams will be done on 29th and 30th March.