PLE Results: Kampala Parents among best schools, Sudhir Lauded for Role in Education - Daily Post Uganda

PLE Results: Kampala Parents among best schools, Sudhir Lauded for Role in Education

KPS principal Daphne Kato (Right) in jovial mood with parents and pupils at school campus

NAGURU – There was excitement all over after PLE results were released by Uganda Examination Board today Thursday. The best performing schools as well as students were smiling from ear to ear with Joy after some of them received their results

The atmosphere was not different at Kampala Parents’ school as the community got into celebratory moods as soon as results started tricking in.

Although most teachers agree that they were not the expected results since they set standards very high, it was still good enough to be among the top performing schools with 144 passing in first grade and 86 in second grade with only 3 in third grade out of 234 students who sat PLE last year.

While commenting on performance of the school and students, the school principal Daphne Kato says “Our Director provided everything that a child needs to study and excel and the teachers are happy and sure that all their pupils will join schools of their choices,” the school principal said,


A parent and her daughter Atukunda Elizabeth who scored aggregate 4

She added that despite hiring qualified teachers to handle the children at their school, team work and good work relation between the teachers, parents and the entire community brought about the excellent performance both in and out of the school curricula.

Kampiire Jasmine Ruth is one of the pupils who scored aggregate 4

“Most of the Parents coming for results are happy and we know our children will go to schools of their first choice,” Daphne stressed.

“our teachers worked hard and finished the syllabus in second term so we used the 3rd term to revise. We worked as a team and also carried out continuous assessment meetings to know up with our pupil’s performance trends with several revision classes.”

More Pupils who excelled in PLE having a light moment at the school Campus

“This year we want to do better than last year and we have a plan to achieve this target. We plan to plan to finish the syllabus in time so that we have enough time to revise,” she added.

Selfie moment for the Pupils who excelled with flying colors



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