KAMPALA – The outgoing Archbishop of Church of Uganda, The Most Rt. Rev. Stanley Ntagali has prayed and tipped candidates of Kampala Parents’ School on how to pass Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) due on November 4 and 5.
The school on Thursday morning dedicated the P.7 candidates to God as they count days to their final exams.
The Dedication Service held at the school’s Main Hall was presided over by Archbishop Ntagali who also blessed the 236 candidates.
“It is my prayer that the lord grants knowledge to remember all you have read in the past years and stay focused for achievement of your dreams,” he prayed.
Archbishop Ntagali urged candidates to prepare calmly and answer their exams with confidence and that victory will come.
“Read hard and trust in the lord and every success will come your way,” Ntagali advised.
He however expressed concern that some pupils and students have faith during examinations but forget God before the examinations are marked and results released.
He applauded Kampala Parent’s School for keeping children from all religions, saying the Bible teaches children will inherit God’s kingdom.
The Archbishop wished them all success and promised to pray for all candidates in the country.
The lively service was led by the by the pupils’ choir.
The state minister for lands, Persis Namuganza who is also a parent at the school, said that Kampala Parents has long helped government in helping providing quality education to Ugandan children.
Ms. Daphine Kato, the KPS Principal, thanked Bishop Ntagali for blessing his candidates.
The P.7 Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) will be written next week, with candidates briefing taking place on Friday Nov.1.
Candidates will then sit for Mathematics and Science on Monday, Nov. 4, and English and SST on Tuesday, Nov. 5.