Kampala Parents School (KPS) has announced free admissions for all children intending to attend online classes.
“Admissions are free,” the school’s management said.
“Give us a call on the numbers below for further inquiries and assistance.”
Back in June, KPS management said it would charge Shs1.85 million for every child from Kindergarten to primary level in their newly rolled out online teaching.
In a circular dated June 17, 2020, the school’s financial controller urged parents to make payments by the beginning of July to enable their children to partake in this new online arrangement.
“This money must be paid by the beginning of July 2020 to facilitate online learning,” the circular reads in part.
In May, the school announced they were introducing online classes to cover term 1 and term 2 syllabi.
“Getting back in to the groove of school will be a little difficult but our talented and professionals are here to make it easier. Admissions are free. Apply now,” reads a message released by management.
In a letter dated May 22, 2020, to parents/ guardians, KPS principal Daphine Kato said after completion of term one material, the school will embark on Term two syllabus.
She noted that due to limited movement during this period of COVID-19, the school will take up the responsibility of accommodating teachers.
During the first week of online teaching, there would be induction and revision of holiday work.
KPS is owned by property mogul, Sudhir Ruparelia.