Kampala International School Uganda (KISU) has been granted a certificate of compliance following the fulfillment of all requirements for the opening for candidate classes and finalists.
The certificate was granted by the permanent secretary in the ministry of education and sport, Alex Kakooza upon the inspection of the school.
Last month President Yoweri Museveni ordered reopening of schools for final year students following closure in March this year. The closure according to president Museveni peddled at curbing the spread of the deadly covid-19 pandemic.
Social distancing in classes, wearing of masks and use of sanitizers are some of the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) that will be followed when learning resumes.
KISU is Uganda’s number one international school owned by city tycoon Sudhir Ruparelia.
KISU is looted in Bukoto, a suburb of Kampala and has over 600 students from all nationalities across the globe. It is built on 14 acres of land and it has all the best facilities associated with schools on international standards.
KISU curricula combines the structure, rigour and transferability of the English National Curriculum with the broad, holistic and constructive approach of the International Baccalaureate (IB).