The school is now in its second year of operation.
The school now runs classes from Nursery - Primary Seven.
The number of students enrolled at the school has increased from 245 at the close of last year to 331 at present in First Term 2012.
The school now has a page on Facebook and wellwishers and friends of the school can visit and like the page through this link…Continue
Kasese Humanist Primary School pupils on 21st February 2012 had smiles on their faces as they were supplied with Brand New Pens from Pen for Kids Organization based in the United Kingdom. The shipment of pens amounted to 4000 enclosed in 4 separate boxes with each containing a 1000 pens.
The pens were received by the School Project Director Mr Bwambale Robert and the shipment had been sent by TNT World Express who delivered the shipment to Entebbe and later after clearance with the…Continue
Added by Bwambale Robert on February 22, 2012 at 3:51am — No Comments
On Tuesday 31st May 2011, we hosted a local pastor at the school who was moving from school to school conveying the "good news" to students, he said that he visits schools, prisons,hospitals speaking out the news to all people.
As a Humanist School we are tolerant to people's beliefs and okayed him to speak to the children. You can follow what transpired at the meeting here…Continue
The school is re-opening for second term on 23rd May 2011
The general public, the international community are hereby informed about this date and the parents of our children are encouraged to pay school dues in time because a lot of school running costs need to be met. Also the international community most especially friends of our school should fundraise for the school in their areas such that we have a good pool of funds to run and maintain the…Continue
Added by Bwambale Robert on May 18, 2011 at 9:23am — No Comments
The school is re-opening on 23rd May 2011.
Some simple paintings and general renovations is going on and also some of our students from Primary 4 up to Primary 6 are having holiday coaching lessons where they are studying half day. This is being done to keep the brains of our students warmed up so as to catch up with the rest of the students in other well performing schools.
The international community is requested to donate any thing for the sustainability of the school for a…Continue
Added by Bwambale Robert on May 10, 2011 at 12:18am — No Comments