Mud Rush as KPS offers Free Student Admissions
By Our Reporter
All roads are headed for Kampala parent’s School (KPS) after word went out revealing how the school had taken a bold decision to recruit new primary seven candidates from other schools who may be facing numerous challenges.
When shocking development came to light over the weekend when the school managing director Rajiv Ruparelia told this website that they have allowed other P7 candidates from other schools to join them in case their original schools are faced with numerous reopening challenges.
TEACHER Mulwana busy teaching one of the candidate classes on Monday.
“We have decided to open doors of KPS to any new P7 candidates from any school who are willing to study at our prestigious school and as we speak, registration is ongoing but might end at short notice” noted Rajiv.
The multi billion dime young tycoon said they have also extended an opportunity to all pupils wishing to join them from class six down wards as special preparation to offer them online teaching have been finalized.
SOPs were strictly observed in all places within the KPS facility
“We are also going further to offer free admission to new pupils in class six downwards who would study via online classes and we still have a few vacancies left therefore parents who cherish our high standard education services should grab this post-19 opportunity “ explained Rajiv.
When this website visited the school on Monday, it emerged that management had put in place strict ministry of health guidelines which are compulsory to all persons entering that huge facility.
The school principal Daphane Kato confirmed the new developments at the school saying indeed they are overwhelmed by the surging numbers of new pupils adding that KPS was privileged to accommodate these new candidate pupils and others in P6 downwards as they have highly qualified and experienced teaching staff.
She said the school currently has a total of 207 candidates awaiting to register for UNEB and are also willing to absorb some more few from any school that may be facing reopening challenges.
CLASS TIME; Across section of P7 pupils in class.
Kato observed that KPS was offering special online class teaching services to all its registered pupils across board because it was their responsibility to bridge that gap.
She urged the new parents to entrust them with this golden opportunity of educating their children because they have all it takes to offer an all round education package possible as their current pupils enrollment stands at over 3,000.