Kampala Parents School online classes enrolled more students.
Our program is successful because we hit our target of completing the syllabus, our children are now doing revisions awaiting official government reopening of schools due next month
The for online classes enrollment to Kampala Parents School school according the school management was the highest with consultation with parents contrary to the story that circulated on social media about the cost of the classes.
Kampala Parents’ School Principal, Daphne Kato clarified that contrary to the reports, parents are actually very happy with the ongoing online classes via zoom something has registered a success.
“Our parents are very happy with our online classes program and the monthly cost was reached after consultations with the all parties. Whatever propaganda circulating against is being crafted by our competitors,” she noted in a response to our questions.
Daphne further revealed that the school actually enrolled more pupils from other schools for their online program because they couldn’t risk missing out thus dead year.
Madam Kato intimated that, “Our program is successful because we hit our target of completing the syllabus, our children are now doing revisions awaiting official government reopening of schools due next month” she said.
Kampala Parents is one of the schools that rolled out online classes program after the government closed schools due to feat of COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020.
Government in order continue with studies for students amid uncertainty about schools’ re-opening, urban and international schools turned to use largely Zoom and other digital platforms to teach children of parents with means to pay, crowding out the poor.
The President recently announced that semi-candidate classes – Primary Seven pupils, Senior Three and Senior Five students – would resume studies on March 1.
The students in this bracket, he said, number 1.7 million who, if added to the 1.3 million candidates who resumed class on January 18, this year, would total 3 million, meaning there will be five times more facilities for them to use.