Kampala Parents School is celebrating a feat not many have not been able to achieve in the just-released Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) – all their candidates have passed and now qualify to undertake post-primary school education.
While 226 candidate sat PLE at Kampala Parents, 172 got first grade while the remaining 54 got the super second grade, giving the school a 100 percent pass rate in the exams released by Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB).
Among the 172 who got the first grade, 15 pupils scored aggregate four, 16 passed with aggregate 5 while 22 scored aggregate 6.
The School’s principal Daphne Kato attributed the good performance to a good working relationship the school had with parents while preparing the candidates.
“God is good and He has always been on our side. Continue working hard, put our school on the map and be role models,” Madam Kato congratulated the celebrating pupils while handing over the results.
She thanked the directors for catering for the children, providing necessities and required funds that keep the school on top. Kampala Parents School is one of the learning institution owned by the Ruparelia Group, a conglomerate owned by businessman Dr. Sudhir Ruparelia.
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