As the academic year goes for the last lap to the finish line, schools are doing everything in their powers to make the finish on a good note, with the perfect results. It is even more tasking if are school known for good performances like Kampala Parents School.
In her first third term assembly address to pupils who were returning from the month long second term holiday, Madam Daphine Kato, the Principal of Kampala Parents School asked for the pupils full cooperation and discipline.
“We have the responsibility of talking to you so that you grow up in the right manner. When you sit and listen that is discipline, when you sit and don't listen it means you are indiscipline,” the season teacher told the youngsters.
“If they managed to get four points in mid year exams, it means you can get the same in the finals. You need to maintain that good performance,” she encouragingly spoke to the pupils.
She asked those who are struggling to perform well to work hard and improve before the year ends. “We want the best from you.” she said.
She revealed that the school managing director Rajiv Ruparelia has promised to pay first term tuition for pupils who will score aggregate four in the national leaving examinations (PLE) in any school of their choice.
“This is a good school, the chairman Dr. Sudhir Ruparelia, the MD, the teachers and parents have worked for you, come and support them by performing well. Put the school on the map.” she told primary seven candidates.
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