The UK, US, Australia, and Africa are represented among the countries that students and teachers of Kampala Community International Primary School come from. Our lessons are very active, we promote hands-on learning and learning outside the classroom, and we take into account the various learning styles of different people. In addition to adhering to an international curriculum, we also use international learning methods.
We urge all parents who are thinking about sending their kids to Kampala Community International Primary School to schedule a visit so they may see the facility firsthand. School visits are typically done from Monday through Friday from 8.30 am to 3 pm (office hours during school breaks are from 9 am to 1 pm), although they can be scheduled at other times by appointment.
The school uses a wide range of active teaching strategies and a wide range of activities to improve the students’ educational experiences. Additionally, active learning promotes the growth of a wide variety of transferrable talents and life skills that students can use in their daily lives.
We use international teaching techniques, tools, and resources both inside and outside the classroom as an international primary school. Every child needs to attend a school that is committed to fostering their talents and self-esteem. Why not go to KCIS right now and find out for yourself?