1. BEGINNING OF TERM I, 2019
Warm greetings from Namagunga Primary Boarding School family. We glorify the Lord for the successful completion of the academic year 2019.
Term I, 2019 will begin on Sunday, 27th January starting at 9:00 am to 5:00pm. Pupils, who will not have reported on the official Opening Day, will be received the following Saturday 2nd February, 2019 from 9:00am to 1:00pm strictly.
Please, follow this arrangement strictly.
Our condolences to the bereaved families whose relatives and friends passed on recently. Lets us continue praying for them in this month dedicated to the departed souls.
The Headteacher, on behalf of the School Management Committee would like to convey gratitude to;
Parents who meet their fees obligations in time.
Parents and well wishers who come up with constructive ideas to support the school administration.
The generous parents who contributed towards our staff’s wedding. i.e Ms.Nanyonga Annie Assumpta (Tr.P.2)
All our parents for fulfilling your parental obligations which has enabled us to accomplish all the planned activities & projects this year.
The teaching/learning process as well as the examinations scheduled for all classes have gone on well as planned. Most learners have been promoted to the next classes. The P.7 candidates completed their P.L.E on 5th -6th November,2018.
It is the obligation of the parent to monitor what your child watches through the media. Some of it may not be educative at her age, instead, it may affect her behaviour and academic progress as well. Similarly, monitor her interaction with peers. The most notable trait resulting from such has been immodest behaviour. Please, be informed that the School does not tolerate immodest behaviour. Any act of immodest behaviour leads to expulsion at any class level. Also, check to ensure that your daughter packs only the school requirements when returning to school. Discourage possession of extra belongings.
Generally, our pupils have been healthy. Common ailments have been cough, flu and some cases of chicken pox and measles; as well as isolated cases of stomach pains which on thorough medical examination have resulted into peptic and gastric ulcers. Encourage your daughter to eat all meals without being choosy. For any complaint about stomach pain, test for H.Pyrori for Peptic Ulcers during the holidays.
Jubilee Health services will continue to handle the general health inspection of our learners here at School at a fee of 30,000/= which is already included in the fees structure.
We thank you, dear parents, for the contribution towards the maintenance of the swimming activities. Our pupils have continued to enjoy their swimming lessons save for the period when we had the measles epidemic. We request you to provide a descent swimming costume to your daughter. N.B Each pupil pays 30,000/= as maintenance fee (daily treatment of water, hired coaches etc.)
8. EASTER CELEBRATIONS:
As agreed that the school will alternate Easter celebrations for the pupils, either at home or at school, the 2019 Easter celebrations will be held at school.
9.MOTHER KEVIN CAUSE
Mother Kevin, the founder of our school and founder of many other similar institutions is in the process of being canonized a saint, a cause that calls for our prayers and financial support. For financial support 10,000/= has been included in the fees structure. You’re also called upon to continue praying for your needs through the intercession of Mother Kevin..
a). VISITOR’S CARD
It is an obligation for every parent to have an official School Visitor’s Card. Without the official School Visitors’ Card, no parent will access the daughter on Checking of academic progress, Visitation days, Closing dates or for any other sound reason when the parent wishes to take her out of school.
b). DRESS CODE
As a parent you are obliged to dress decently whenever you come to School. Transparent clothes, trousers for ladies, shorts for ladies and gentlemen, very tight dresses, miniskirts, vests and dresses which expose breasts is considered indecent dressing in our school setting.