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Tuesday, 14 July 2015 15:49

Science week


We held a science week to showcase and celebrate the excellent science

Work that the children had completed in their classrooms. This work was exhibited for the day.

Teachers also set up interactive activities that linked in with the classroom science topic, so that children could actively engage with the activities at the science fair.

Each class contributed a display with hands on activities demonstrating various science investigations. Exhibits covered topics including. Recycling paper, circuit demonstration, filtering water, and other various ideas to help children develop invention and innovation skills.

Friday, 30 May 2014 14:16

Student-led Conferences


The students at KIS (Primary) led the day on Friday, May 30, when they directed the school's Parent-Teacher conferences.

Teachers, admin and parents expressed satisfaction at the arrangement which sees students sharing their work, discussing their strengths and weaknesses, and even offering suggestions as to how they could be better learners. The parents get to see the work of the student through their child's eyes as well as have a chance to discuss issues with the teacher.

The system is considered very modern and beneficial to the child's development as opposed to traditional models where parents met alone with teachers and input from the student was rare or non-existent.

The administrative officers of the primary school would like to thank teachers for all their effort in making the day smooth. They also wish to thank parents for taking time out of their busy lives in order to come to school and discuss the future of their child's education.

Friday, 30 May 2014 14:34

Year 5 Advertisments for KIS


Ms. Monic's Year 5 students created advertisements to convince prospective students to come and join the KIS family.


The students were tasked to find innovative ways to convince prospective students of the benefits of attending Kabojja International School. All the ideas were excellent and offer sound arguments and perspectives. Well done year 5!

Tuesday, 14 October 2014 16:27

Curriculum Day 2014



We wish to thank all parents who joined us for the curriculum morning on the 19/09/2014 











Friday, 25 April 2014 14:17

Cambridge Checkpoint Candidates 2014


Kabojja's P6 students wrote their Cambridge Checkpoint Exams on April 23, 24, and 25th.

Our students were joined by candidates from other Kampala schools to write the internationally-accredited examinations in Mathematics, Science and English.

It was a busy three days for the students and the staff of KIS. Thanks to all who invigilated exams, covered classes and helped out.

Our best wishes to the students! Results will be announced as soon as they are available.

Friday, 30 May 2014 14:46

Math week buddies


As part of KIS (Primary) Math Week celebrations, the students were tasked with making hats.






Tuesday, 01 July 2014 10:57

10th Annual Graduation Ceremony


Celebrating the culmination of 4 to 6 years of academic achievement as we awarded certificates to our Year 11 and Year 13 graduates. The two classes have had tremendous challenges and successes in their time here, and we honored them for their endurance, dedication and achievement as we help them start the next chapter of their lives.

Tuesday, 18 November 2014 13:06



School trips are one of the things school children look forward to during their school life and the experiences and memories from them are extremely durable. A school trip with its natural dynamic environment provides a learning venue that matches their natural inclination to know more about things, engages even those with short attention spans and puts the learning subject in context.

within successful Primary Schools curriculums are enriched by first-hand experiences, including visits locally and further afield, contributions from adults with knowledge and skills that could enhance pupils’ learning, and an extensive range of extra-curricular activities. Our students visited the following places

Kindergarten & reception

Wild Life Education Center


·         Learners should be able to relate themselves to other animals.

Year 1 & Year 2

Mission Aviation Fellowship & Kajjansi Roses Ltd.


·         Explore the environment around school, different means of transport.

·         Explore plants, their needs and how they are grown.

·         Learn about safety in environment in relation to transport plants.

Year 3

Katende Harambe Rural Urban Training Center


·         Explore plants and how they grow.

·         Domestic animals and their uses.

Year 4

Metrological Centre


·         They have weather as one of their Geography topics.

·         They need to apply the skills learnt to the current situation.

Year 5 & Year 6

Katende Harambe Rural Urban Training Center


·         It has variety of plants which is one of major topics.

·         Covers fish and animal farming.

·         Relatively clean compared to other centers.


Tuesday, 18 November 2014 14:45

Cultural day 2014




Cultural day


Kabojja International School is home to a spectrum of over 20 nationalities and we strive to create an environment in which our learners can develop an understanding s well as, learn to function in a multicultural multiethnic environment every year we celebrate the uniqueness of all the diverse cultures in our Cultural day.


 This year’s cultural day was held on 8th October under the theme, “Culture. Mother to positive change” both the junior and high school held their annual cultural day. Students exhibited a whole range of talents through music, dance and drama, food, national anthems, totems, traditional wear and folklore.


The Chief Guest of Honour for the high school Mrs. Vineeta Chitale a writer and counselor from India and Chief Guest of Honour for the junior school Ms. Susan Musherure plus the other guests commended the efforts of the learners and the teachers who worked tirelessly to make the day a success.




The high school section had different cultural groups; Nyatiti, Sufara, Ngoma and Ndere from which the Ndere group emerged overall winner.




The cultural festivities were concluded at the victor’s barbeque where the winners Ndere group hosted the other groups and the staff of Kabojja International School to a most delectable barbeque.




Tuesday, 18 November 2014 14:50

Book Week



Junior school book week was a celebration of reading, encouraging children to read as a source of pleasure and to motivate children to start writing themselves.

The students took pleasure of a week book-related activities which included

-Designing book covers

-Spelling competitions

-Singing and acting out your favorite part of a novel

-making bookmarks and using it while reading

-writing biography of authors of the novels we read 

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