October 24, 2020
October 24, 2020

Kampala Parents offers Special, Hardwork and Creative Children Promotional Learning opportunities


By our reporter
Kampala parents school is helping special but less privileged children with offers to get education and special skills through their promotions programmes.
Therefore the right school for your child is an important decision as a Parent to make. Kampala Parents therefore want to be able to help make education affordable and straightforward for you and your children with the admissions promotions process.
“We recommend that you visit our school, ask the questions important for you and of course see the school at work.”
Kampala parents school has been a school of choice for many years. They work incredibly hard to ensure that every child is cared for and supported to achieve more than they thought possible.
“Standards are high, along with the goals we set ourselves, to be a dynamic school where talented staff challenge themselves to learn new skills and to create exciting learning opportunities for all children.”
They work hard to achieve high standards in learning, offering many opportunities to learn creatively and explore imaginative ideas. “Most importantly to us, children are encouraged to think deeply about their learning. Our staff work as a team, continually reviewing individual progress and exploring new strategies to inspire our young learners.”
Your children are a top priority according to the school’s administration. The school keeps them (children) at the heart of their work and aim to provide a successful and memorable educational experience.
For deatils about admissions call the Principal on 0752 711911, School’s Accounts on 0752 711 913, the Deputy Principal on 0752 711914 or Admission on 0752 711792.
You cal also visit the Kampala Parents schools website @ www.kampalaparents.com
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