89 Score Aggregate 4-6 As 291 Pass In First Grade At Kampala Parents School


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It was a moment of jubilation at Kampala Parents School (KPS) after release of Primary Leaving Examination results for academic year 2022 by Uganda National Examination on Friday.

The results were officially announced by the Minister of Education and First Lady Janet Kataha Museveni.

However on Friday afternoon it was celebration at the Naguru based KPS as pupils escorted by their parents thronged the school to pick their results.

The School’s principal Daphne Kato handed the results to parents and their children who turned up.

The school performed excellently by maintaining its top position with 291 children excelling in first division out of 410 who sat the examination last year.

89 pupils scored aggregate 4 to 6.

Those in first division performed as follows; 16 scored 4, 32 got 5, 41 garnered 6, 43 got 7, 37 scored 9, 31 got 10, 33 scored 11 and 16 got 12.

The others passed with second grade.

The headmistress of Kampala Parents School which belongs to businessman Sudhir Ruparelia said all pupils who sat passed without registering any failures.

“And that is what we have really achieved. God is good and He has always been on our side.”

She added: “Children who are going to secondary school, congratulations. Continue working hard, put our school on the map and be role models.”


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