Discipline And Hard Work Enables Kampala Parents School Pupils To Excel In 2023 Primary Leaving Examinations


The Principal of Kampala Parents School (KPS), Daphine Kato, has attributed the excellent performance of the 2023 Primary Seven pupils in the Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) to discipline and hard work.

She also said the good performance in PLE can be attributed to teachers doing a lot of research and good teaching methods. KPS, a school owned by businessman Sudhir Ruparelia, registered a 100 percent passing rate.

Of all the 210 pupils who sat PLE at Kampala Parents School, a majority of them scored between 4-6 aggregates.

Kato said the results are an indicator of the quality of education the school offers to pupils. She also spoke thankful to the teachers and directors for enabling such a wonderful performance.

“I am grateful for this achievement, it is no mean achievement and I want to thank members of staff, especially 2023 primary seven teachers, the well-disciplined pupils but above all school directors for providing everything on time,” Kato said.

“We are happy and we thank our teachers and other stakeholders for this wonderful performance. Above all, we also dedicate these pupils to God and therefore, we prepared them good enough” Kato added.


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