It was all glamour at Kampala Parents School on Friday as the administration bid farewell to the outgoing Primary Seven class.
Parents accompanied their students who recently excelled in the Primary Leaving Examinations.
Some of the notable parents included Makerere University researcher, Dr Stella Nyanzi.
Sudhir, who is the proprietor of the school, recently awarded the best pupils cash rewards in millions of shillings.
He also appreciated their hard work which he said helped them succeed in the exams and urged them to work harder for a better future.
“You must work hard to succeed in life,” said Sudhir.
The school had 197 pupils in First Grade out of the 256 candidates who sat for PLE.
A total of 64,6190 candidates sat for the national exams in Uganda, and, according to the Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) – there was a general improvement in performance.
Decline in performance was registered in English. Despite more girls sitting for PLE, boys outperformed them.
At Kampala Parents School, over 50 pupils scored aggregate 4 and 5.
Some of kids who scored aggregate 4 were Stella Ainomugisha, Shaham Kafumbe, Nyeko Oaya, Calvin Rwakabale, Martin Joel Songa and Tyler Paul Bagiire.
Some of those who got aggregate 5 were Matthew Asiimwe Ahurira, Joseph Kyankya, Hashim Mpindi, Ben Mugasha, Anthony Mugisha, Jeremiah Mugume, Ryan Ndyanabo and Angel Nyiranziza.
Fifty nine (59) pupils passed in second grade, with most candidates performing well in Social Studies (SST).
A number of parents, who visited the school to celebrate their children’s results expressed joy and satisfaction about the performance.
Kampala Parents School has over the years exhibited incredible performance in PLE, with most of the times coming top of most schools in Kampala District.