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Dear Parents, Guardians, God parents and well wishers.
Greetings to you all

The ministry of education and sports has announced dates for re-opening of primary schools, secondary schools, technical schools and community polytechnics.

According to Alex Kakooza, the ministry’s permanent secretary, second term will open on June 8 and end on September 11.

Third term will start on September 28 and end on December 18.

The ministry advised schools and institutions to begin receiving students on Friday June 5 so they are ready to kick off on Monday June 8.

“Lessons should start promptly and priority academic programmes should focus on syllabus completion in time for national examinations,” reads Kakoooza’s statement.

“Schools should devise programmes and arrangements for additional/remedial classes to ensure the school syllabus is completed in time for examinations.”

As Adullam we are ready and excited  to receive pupils back to school as we continue our mission  to deliver quality education for all children.

We excited to see our little precious children play and run again the school compound as well as return to the normal school routine as we implement our termly school activities . Our children are still in sound health and we have often received reports from their family zone centres. No child is seek COVID19. We thank all of you for your prayers. 

Looking forward to receiving our little angels back on campus.

Blessings,

Bemanya Pidson,

Head Teacher 

 

 

 

In a bid to improve on our pupils’ welfare we are installing better Energy Saving Stove For our school kitchen.

These stoves:

•Eliminate smoke creating a healthier kitchen environment

•Cook faster and retain heat for long periods.
•Save over 60% of firewood compared to a traditional three stone fireplace.

•Prevent accidents from open fires.

•Firewood savings usually pay for the cost of one stove after only one year.

These stoves eliminate smoke and concentrate the heat to reduce fire-wood by 60% compared to our former traditional three stone fireplace.

We are moving towards closing all gaps in a-bid to provide High Quality wholistic Education service to our pupils with no hindrances.

For the past past three years Adullam has gained steady progress towards achieving our ultimate goal .

We have Clean water no cost water for all our pupils.

Good Accommodation with newly constructed dormitories for boys and Girls

Modern sanitary facilities

A skills training centre for our pupils

Our schools runs on solar energy as alternative to Umeme.

and soon we will be entering modern standard classrooms that are being renovated... all thanks to Cunina and the positivity of our guardians /parents dedicated teachers and the community.

Together we can achieve more and more.
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LEADERSHIP
Mr. Bemanya Pidson Headteacher
Mr. Nkwasiibwe Ronald Deputy Headteacher

 

Early Years Foundation Stage

Class Name Class Teacher  Teaching Assistants
Baby Class Ms Komujuni Patience  Ms Bennah Atyang
Middle Class


Ms Nuwariho Praxedah

 

 

 

Top Class Ms Kyaterekera Brendah

 Full PRIMARY TEACHERS 

   

Kitchen
 

The school has a well equipped kitchen, manned by well trained staff that serves breakfast and lunch meals to the pupils.

The School Kitchen is open from 8.00am until the end of the school day. 

Students should be there only for a scheduled time and will not be served during class time or during the change of periods.

BREAK TIME

Our morning break (for all children) is from 10.00 - 10.30am. And the school serves them a healthy meal of porridge. The children are encouraged to snack on fresh fruit or vegetables if they are to carry their own snacks. We actively discourage sweets and chocolate as part of our responsibility to fitter, healthier children. 

LUNCH AND SUPPER 

The school serves boarding students a lunch and supper  meal of posho and beans, a diet rich in Proteins and carbohydrates. However day  students are allowed to pack their own lunch if they can but the school advises that the food is packed properly so the student doesn't consume spoiled food.

The school serves special meals on saturday and sunday or any special week day. Cunina Pupils get a special meal on Cunina Days normally when their God parents visit, during letter writing sessions and Cunina Guardian and career guidance day. 

We encourage our students to take on the mantle of leadership at a young age. Leadership comes with it some level of responsibility which in turn helps shape these young leaders' character. Promoting leadership in school is a great way to promote positive life skills learning in a way that it provides young people the ability to analyze their own strengths and weaknesses; to set personal and vocational goals; and to gain the self-esteem, confidence, motivation, and abilities to carry out those goals. It also provides these youngsters the ability to guide or direct others on a course of action, influence the opinions and behaviors of others and serve as role models.

We encourage our students to take on the mantle of leadership at a young age. Leadership comes with it some level of responsibility which in turn helps shape these young leaders' character. Promoting leadership in school is a great way to promote positive life skills learning in a way that it provides young people the ability to analyze their own strengths and weaknesses; to set personal and vocational goals; and to gain the self-esteem, confidence, motivation, and abilities to carry out those goals. It also provides these youngsters the ability to guide or direct others on a course of action, influence the opinions and behaviors of others and serve as role models.

We encourage our students to take on the mantle of leadership at a young age. Leadership comes with it some level of responsibility which in turn helps shape these young leaders' character. Promoting leadership in school is a great way to promote positive life skills learning in a way that it provides young people the ability to analyze their own strengths and weaknesses; to set personal and vocational goals; and to gain the self-esteem, confidence, motivation, and abilities to carry out those goals. It also provides these youngsters the ability to guide or direct others on a course of action, influence the opinions and behaviors of others and serve as role models.

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