St. John's Secondary School Bweyogerere

St. John's Secondary School Bweyogerere

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Am an old student of the school,sat for my S.4 in 2013.can you help me join you
Hello my lovely ogz and obz
SAD NEWS OUR FRIEND AND BROTHER OPIA JOSEPH HAS LOST HER MOTHER BURRIAL TODSAD NEWS OUR FRIEND AND BROTHER OPIA JOSEPH HAS LOST HER MOTHER BURRIAL TODAY
Hi obz en ogz
Thanks
A school that has become a family to many.
A school that has natured talent, Doctors, engineers, bankers , teachers.etc
God bless our school.
Am what i am because of St.Johns sss bweyogerere.Viva too the school administration
Hello. Friends am looking for a friend of mine called kimono racheal. She was in st johns in 2011 and 2012 .any one with her contacts send me
Hello members and friends. Am looking for a friend of mine. She is called kimono racheal she was in st johns in 2011 and 2012 any one who knows her cintacts please send me. Thanks.
Mr Kasule Moses is dead, Rest in peace my teacher
Thanks
EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION.

St. John's S S Ntebetebe - Bweyogerere is a Mixed
Day and Boarding senior secondary school with both O & A level,
offering both Arts and Sciences

Operating as usual

05/05/2020

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Protect your self and others from getting sick

23/02/2019

FINAL RESULTS Staff: 03 Old Students: 03
O'level: 01 A' level: 00

23/02/2019

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12/12/2018

To the Family: May you find strength to cope with the loss of our dearly loved one from the God of all comfort, who has promised to comfort and strengthen us during this difficult and sadden time of loss . 2 Cor. 1:3, & 4

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U.A.C.E RESULTS 2017 – St John's Secondary School Bweyogerere

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U.C.E RESULTS 2017 – St John's Secondary School Bweyogerere

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St. John's Secondary School Bweyogerere

THE JOURNEY SO FAR: THANK YOU 1000 FACEBOOKERS!

We at St. John's Secondary School Bweyogerere these days are approaching a milestone on our home at facebook. We welcome our 1000th fan. We like to say: thank you, all. Thank you for being interested in our School, our people, the stuff we like to share and the things we do. Thank you for engaging with us, we appreciate it more than we show, we think. So, on 17th at OLD STUDENTS’ RE-UNION we will also celebrate this ,a little partying and we are happy. But… we do consider ourselves a rookie on this exploding social platform facebook. Striving to be a conversation school with a listening culture, being a pro-active helpful and transparant change agent in the world of Secondary Education, we are totally not there yet. But we will try harder, and 1000 fans give us the strength to move on and come up with some better and more engaging plans for the people that love us.
Our promise
We will produce more facebook-only stories in the near future, we’re striving for more engaging content, a more fashionable design and more conversation worthy stuff for our fans. We see it as a natural process to get our fans to co-create and converse with us. In trying to be a conversation school, we also suffered from the checklist mentality in the past. We are setting up a Twitter account, a YouTube channel, a page. And we waited and shouted. We need to get rid of that. And we will, step by step. Just like any other company embracing conversation management philosophy.
Roadmap
The next coming months, we’ll give a boost to our facebook efforts; we’re always hungy for more attention and more impact. At the same time, we’re most open for your feedback, tips and tricks: we’re there for you and are hoping to do a great job at facebook because we like doing it. We ourselves got a lot of nice ideas about how we can be a more conversational institution, but we’d love to hear from you, too. Comment on our blog, follow us on Twitter, like us on facebook. You can also still call us, isn’t that cute?

St. John's S S Ntebetebe - Bweyogerere is a Mixed
Day and Boarding senior secondary school with both O & A level,
offering both Arts and Sciences

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NEWS & EVENTS – St John's Secondary School Bweyogerere

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stjohnschoolsbweyogerere.com NEWS & EVENTS TERM ONE: 2018 CALENDER OF EVENTS. DATE EVENTS IN-CHARGE 19th/Jan/2018 Opening general staff meeting H/M 22nd/Jan/2018 Reporting of candidates (s.4/s.6) D.O.S/CLASS TEACHERS 29th/Jan/2018 Opening of term 1 2018 H/M /D/HM/DOS/CLASS TEACHERS 31st/Jan/2018 Class teachers and HOD meeting D...

[02/07/17]   ST. JOHN’S SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL NTEBETEBE – BWEYOGERERE
P.O.BOX 26725 – KAMPALA
TELEPHONE 0414-286543

STUDENTS’ CODE OF CONDUCT AND SCHOOL RULES
FORM ‘B’ (2017 )
1.0 . DISCIPLINE
1.1 All students must respect the school administration, teaching and non-teaching staff, student leaders, fellow students, visitors and oneself. Failure to abide is punishable, ranging from mild punishments to indefinite suspension, depending on the gravity.

1.2 Students should avoid quarrelsome tendencies, abusive and vulgar language, hooliganism and nicknaming amongst themselves, against the administration and other members of staff. Penalty to this clause will be suspension only to report back with a parent.

1.3 Fighting each other, beating or teasing of both new and old members of the community is prohibited. If grievous harm is caused to the victim, the law will have to take its course.

1.4.1 English is the only medium of communication between teachers and students and between fellow students. Any student who breaks this regulation will be warned twice and if she/he does not change a one week suspension will follow.

1.4.2 Idleness/ idle gazing is prohibited each student should mind his/ her business. Shouting, loitering or breaching peace of others will earn the culprits punishments as thought fit by the school administration, ranging from hard labour to suspension.

1.4.3 Mobile phones, radios, cameras MUST not be carried to school i.e. dormitories or classrooms. Any material found will be destroyed.

2.0 LAZINESS
2.1.1 Dodging of classes, preps,class tests, assignments, and co-curricular activities is strictly prohibited. Any student who continuously breaks this clause will bring a parent to resolve this issue.

2.1.2 Parents are obliged to attend class meetings and academic days. Parents who fail to attend will have their students sent back home.

2.1.3 Punctuality must be observed at all times. This is especially during lessons, assembly, meals, prep time, co-curricular activities and any other school function. Any student who goes against this regulation will be given an appropriate punishment and when the habit persists, a parent will be summoned.

NB: Reporting at school is 7:00am prompt.

3.0 VANDALISM
3.1. Destruction of school teachers and personal property is punishable. These include: benches, chairs, tables, sockets, switches, windows, doors, beds and other personal effects. Any culprit who will be found guilty will compensate as found fit by the school administration.

3.2 Writing on walls, on desks, in toilets, in school textbooks, on the notice boards or plucking off important notices without permission is punishable. If one is found guilty, an appropriate punishment will be given by the school administration.

4.0 UNIFORM / HYGIENE
4.1 All students must appear in proper uniform while coming and going out of school. ‘O’level girls must dress in a white blouse bearing a school badge and a maroon skirt of a reasonable size.
A’ level girls must wear a white blouse with a school badge and a lemon green skirt of a reasonable size. ‘O’level boys must wear white shirts with a school budge and maroon trousers. ‘A’ level boys must wear white shirts with a school badge and lemon green trousers. All students must put on black shoes and long white stockings for girls. And T-shirts must be dressed only at Wednesday and Saturday.

NB: The fashions will be as dictated by the school. Other fashions will not be allowed.

Any student who comes to school clad in non-school attires, self-designed fashions will be punished. Necklaces, earrings, bungles, coats, and jackets will be confiscated for good. Students should use school sweaters as substitutes.

NB: Shirts bearing budges of other schools will not be allowed into the school.

4.2 School T-shirts shall only be worn on Wednesdays, Friday and weekends.

4.3. Students should keep themselves clean; they should bath, wash their uniforms and keep short finger nails without cutex.

4.3 Students should keep short and well combed hair of not more than 1.5 inches long; without any hair styles like French cuts, skinny slaves, and use of oils for wet look or blow out. If found, a student will be suspended.

5.0 ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG ABUSE
5.1 Taking or keeping intoxicants such as alcoholic drinks and dangerous drugs like o***m, tranquilizers and chewing of Mairungi or any chewing gum and smoking is strictly prohibited.
Any student proved guilty will bring a parent and there after face a suspension.

6.0 RELATIONSHIP
6.1 Familiarization of students with non-students and their communication with non-staff members must be made official and should not be done during class hours.

6.2 homosexuality is seriously prohibited and any culprit caught will be handed over to police, ie Gayism (boy to boy relationships), lesbianism (girl to girl relationships).

6.3 Pre-marital relationships in school are not tolerated at all.
Both a boy and a girl found in this relationship, their parents will be summoned and two will be suspended as seen fit by the school administration.
Any girl confirmed pregnant will immediately be discontinued from school.
A boy involving himself in sexual relationship will be left in the hands of the law depending on the age of the girl; this will lead to indefinite suspension of the culprit from school.

6.4 Day students must not go to dormitories without permission from the headmistress, deputy, DOS, warden, matron, teachers etc.

6.5 Students must not go to teacher’s quarters.

6.6 Students MUST not go to staff quarters.

7 ESCAPING
7.1 Moving out of school without a written permission is illegal. A stamped permission should be obtained from relevant offices.
Any student who breaks this clause will bring a parent to resolve this issue.

7.2 Jumping over the fences, sneaking out is punishable.
Any student who commits this crime will be suspended for two weeks and come back with two bags of cement.

8.0. THEFT
8.1 Stealing from fellow students, from school or other members of the neighbouring community is punishable. Parents will be summoned and compensation of the stolen item, twice the value will be effected.

8.2.1 Borrowing, lending or exchanging of clothes, money, shoes and beddings and other materials is not allowed, for it leads to theft. If found this is punishable.

8.2.2 A forgery of reports, clearance cards, bank slips or any moves of dishonesty against the school is seriously punishable. The culprits will be left in the hands of the law or otherwise will be suspended from school appropriately

9.0. IDENTIFICATION
9.1.1 All students must carry valid identity cards and clearance cards at all times. They should present them to both teaching and non-teaching members of staff on request.

10. FEEDING
10.1 Students must eat all food provided by the school.

10.2 Lunch is compulsory to all students.

10.3 The school does not cater for those students with special diet.

10.4 Boiling and cooking gadgets are strictly prohibited. Any body found in possession of such gadgets will have them confiscated.

11.0 PARENTS RESPONSIBILITIES
11.1 The parent should pay fees promptly, provide all educational and personal requirements, be well versed with school rules and regulations and accept relevant punishment to the child

11.2 The parent MUST visit the child on the visitation day, academic day, check on the monthly results of the child and attend all class meetings.

11.3 parents MUST ensure that they receive the children’s report at the end of the term and
should honestly provide information about the child that may help in his/her welfare. Parents should take their children for medical checkup before the term begins.

11.4 The parent should ensure that the child leaves home fully dressed in a neat school uniform, with proper haircut.

11.5 Should bring the child to school personally and ensure that he/she makes abrupt checks on the student.

11.6 Encourage students to study seriously at home and desist from discussing teachers at home while making sure that the student does not get involved in bad company.

NOTE:
The school law is supreme; No student is above the law; the interpretation shall be done by the school administration; the code of conduct should be internalized by all students.

Wishing you a happy and prosperous stay in the school that you will live within school expectations.

Yours faithfully,

MUKASA RUTH,
HEADMISTRESS.

STUDENTS COMITMMENT

I………………………………………. Commit myself to uphold the school rules and code of conduct at all times within and outside the school,

Sign………………………………………………..Date…………………………………………

PARENTS / GUARDIAN ACKNOWLDGEMENT

I……………………………………………………Parent/guardian of……………………………. Acknowledge that I have read, interpreted and understood the school rules and code of conduct; I commit to play my role and help my child to observe and uphold them.

Sign…………………………………………………….Date………………………………

[02/07/17]   ST. JOHN’S SEN. SEC. SCHOOL BWEYOGERERE SCHOOL

FEES STRUCTURE 2017

DAY STUDENTS
S.1 – S.3 270,000/=
S.4 - 350,000/=
S.5 –S.6 ARTS 350,000/=
S.5-S.6 SCIENCES 370,000/=

BOARDING STUDENTS
S.1 – S.3 560,000/=
S.4 600,000/=
S.5 – S6 ARTS 600,000/=
S.5 – S.6 SCIENCES 620,000/=

REGISTRATION FOR UCE+UACE 165,000/=
COMPUTER LESSONS FOR S.3 –S.6 20,000/= PER TERM
MOCK FEE 60,000/=
DEVELOPMENT FEE 50,000/=
ADMISSION FEE 25,000/=
UNIFORMS
DAY STUDENTS
BOYS & GIRLS 70,000/=
SWEATER & SCARF 40,000/=
T. SHIRT 20,000/=
BOARDING STUDENTS
BOYS & GIRLS 180,000/=
PINK DRESS 15,000/=

[01/31/17]   U0814 SOME OF THE BEST UCE RESULTS 2016 (First Grades)

[01/31/17]   U0814 - ST.JOHN'S SECONDARY SCHOOL NTEBETEBE BWEYOGERERE

SOME OF THE BEST UCE RESULTS 2016 (First Grades)

U0814/007 SSEMAGANDA IBRAHIM 11

U0814/002 AGABA ANTHONY 17

U0814/010 SERUWU MOSES 20

U0814/084 LUTAAYA KENNETH 21

U0814/001 KADDU WILSON PAUL 22

U0814/004 DDUMBA SAMUEL 25

U0814/036 MUSASIZI ISAAC 25

U0814/022 NASSALI GLORIA PATRICIA 26

U0814/011 NAMPIJJA LETICIA 28

U0814/009 MUWANGUZI JOYRUTH 28

U0814/023 WANZU SINANI 31

U0814/050 KITONGO LUCKY PEACE 31

U0814/017 ALINAITWE VICENT 31

U0814/024 KATOOKO LYDIA MARIZA 32

U0814/006 BUKENYA IVAN 32

U0814/012 WANDERA DAVID 32

U0814/026 NANYOMO GLADYS 32

U0814/073 RUKO PATIENCE ADRONI 32

U0814/086 ICETA WALTER 32

05/08/2016

St. John's Secondary School Bweyogerere

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20/07/2016

Just 48 hours

16/04/2016

St John's senior secondary school Bweyogerere

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ETOFALI - St John's senior secondary school Bweyogerere hosted The Prime minister of Buganda Kingdom ( Katikiro ) Owekitibwa Charles Peter Mayiga as they cel...

17/06/2015

St. John's Secondary School Bweyogerere

03/06/2015

And you not lack

[06/01/15]   REGISTER TODAY

[04/21/15]   JOIN US TODAY
As we receive the Prime Minister of Buganda
Owek. Katikkiro Charles Peter Mayiga a Ugandan cultural leader, lawyer and author.

Time: 4:00pm
Venue: At our school main campus in Bweyogerere

TOGETHER FOR BUGANDA

[02/07/15]   STUDENTS’ CODE OF CONDUCT AND SCHOOL RULES
FORM ‘B’ (2015)
1.0 .DISCIPLINE
1.1 All students must respect the school administration, teaching and non-teaching staff, student leaders, fellow students, visitors and oneself. Failure to abide is punishable, ranging from mild punishments to indefinite suspension, depending on the gravity.

1.2 Students should avoid quarrelsome tendencies, abusive and vulgar language, hooliganism and nicknaming amongst themselves, against the administration and other members of staff. Penalty to this clause will be suspension only to report back with a parent.

1.3 Fighting each other, beating or teasing of both new and old members of the community is prohibited. If grievous harm is caused to the victim, the law will have to take its course.

1.4.1 English is the only medium of communication between teachers and students and between fellow students. Any student who breaks this regulation will be warned twice and if she/he does not change a one week suspension will follow.

1.4.2 Idleness/ idle gazing is prohibited each student should mind his/ her business. Shouting, loitering or breaching peace of others will earn the culprits punishments as thought fit by the school administration, ranging from hard labour suspension.

1.4.3 Mobile phones, radios, cameras MUST not be carried to school i.e. dormitories or classrooms. Any material found will be confiscated and will not be returned until a student completes his or her o’level or A’ level respectively. [Students will sign for the equipments confiscated for proper follow up and proper and proper identification].

2.0 LAZINESS
2.1.1 Dodging of classes, class tests, assignments, and co-curricular activities is strictly prohibited. Any student who continuously breaks this clause will bring a parent to resolve this issue.

2.1.2 Parents are obliged to attend class meetings and academic days. Parents who fail to attend will have their students sent back home.

2.1.3 Punctuality must be observed at all times. This is especially during lessons, assembly, meals, prep time, co-curricular activities and any other school function. Any student who goes against this regulation will be given an appropriate punishment and when the habit persists, a parent will be summoned.

NB: Reporting at school is 7:00am prompt.

3.0 VANDALISM
3.1. Destruction of school and personal property is punishable. These include: benches, chairs, tables, sockets, switches, windows, doors, beds and other personal effects. Any culprit who will be found guilty will compensate as found fit by the school administration.

3.2 Writing on walls, on desks, in toilets, in school textbooks, on the notice boards or plucking off important notices without permission is punishable. If one is found guilty, an appropriate punishment will be given by the school administration.

4.0 UNIFORM / HYGIENE
4.1 All students must appear in proper uniform while coming and going out of school. ‘O’level girls must dress in a white blouse bearing a school budge and a maroon skirt of a reasonable size.
A’ level girls must wear a white blouse with a school budge and a lemon green skirt of a reasonable size. ‘O’level boys must wear white shirts with a school budge and maroon trousers. ‘A’ level boys must wear white shirts with a school budge and lemon green trousers. All students must put on black shoes and long white stockings for girls.

NB: The fashions will be as dictated by the school. Other fashions will not be allowed.

Any student who comes to school clad in non-school attires, self designed fashions will be punished. Necklaces, earrings, bungles, coats, and jackets will be confiscated for good. Students should use school sweaters as substitutes.

NB: Shirts bearing budges of other schools will not be allowed into the school.

4.2 School T-shirts shall only be worn on Thursday, Friday and weekends.

4.3. Students should keep themselves clean; they should bath, wash their uniforms and keep short finger nails without cutex.

4.3 Students should keep short and well kempt hair of not more than 1.5 inches long; without any hair styles like French cuts, skinny slaves, and use of oils for wet look or blow out. If found, a student will be suspended.

5.0 ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG ABUSE
5.1 Taking or keeping intoxicants such as alcoholic drinks and dangerous drugs like o***m, tranquilizers and chewing of mairungi or any chewing gum and smoking is strictly prohibited.
Any student proved guilty will bring a parent and there after face a suspension.

6.0 RELATIONSHIP
6.1 Familiarization of students with non-students and their communication with non-staff members must be made official and should not be done during class hours.

6.2 Pre-marital relationships in school are not tolerated at all.
Both a boy and a girl found in this relationship, their parents will be summoned and two will be suspended as seen fit by the school administration.
Any girl confirmed pregnant will immediately be discontinued from school.
A boy involving himself in sexual relationship will be left in the hands of the law depending on the age of the girl; this will lead to indefinite suspension of the culprit from school.

6.3 Students MUST not go to staff quarters.

7.0 ESCAPING
7.1 Moving out of school without a written permission is illegal. A stamped permission should be obtained from relevant offices.
Any student who breaks this clause will bring a parent to resolve this issue.

7.2 Jumping over the fences, sneaking out is punishable.
Any student who commits this crime will be suspended for two weeks and come back with two bags of cement.

8.0. THEFT
8.1 Stealing from fellow students, from school or other members of the neighboring community is punishable. Parents will be summoned and compensation of the stolen item, twice the value will be effected.

8.2.1 Borrowing, lending or exchanging of clothes, money, shoes and beddings and other materials is not allowed, for it leads to theft.

8.2.2 A forgery of reports, clearance cards, bank slips or any moves of dishonesty against the school is seriously punishable. The culprits will be left in the hands of the law or otherwise will be suspended from school appropriate.

9.0. IDENTIFICATION
9.1.1 All students must carry valid identity cards and clearance cards at all times. They should present them to both teaching and non-teaching members of staff on request.

10. FEEDING
10.1 Students must eat all food provided by the school.

10.2 Lunch is compulsory to all students.

10.3 The school does not cater for those students with special diet.

10.4 Boiling and cooking gadgets are strictly prohibited. Any body found in possession of such gadgets will have them confiscated.

11.0 PARENTS RESPONSIBILITIES
11.1 The parent should pay fees promptly, provide all educational and personal requirements, be well versed with school rules and regulations and accept relevant punishment to the child.

11.2 The parent MUST visit the child on the visitation day, academic day, check on the monthly results of results of the child and attend all class meetings.

11.3 parents MUST ensure that they receive the children’s report at the end of the term.
11.4 should honestly provide information about the child that may help in his/her welfare.

Parents should take their children for medical check up before the term begins.

11.5 Should ensure that the child leaves home fully dressed in a neat school uniform, with proper hair cut.

11.6 Should bring the child to school personally and ensure that he/she makes abrupt checks on the student.

11.7 Encourage students to study seriously at home and desist from discussing teachers at home while making sure that the student does not get involved in bad company.

NOTE:
The school law is supreme; No student is above the law; the interpretation shall be done by the school administration; the code of conduct should be internalized by all students.

Wishing you a happy and prosperous stay in the school that you will live within school expectations.

Yours faithfully,

MUKASA RUTH,
HEADMISTRESS.

STUDENTS COMMITMENT

I……………………………………….. Commit my self to uphold the school rules and code of conduct at all times within and outside the school,

Sign………………………………………………..Date…………………………………………

PARENTS / GUARDIAN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I……………………………………………………Parent/guardian of……………………………. Acknowledge that I have read, interpreted and understood the school rules and code of conduct; I commit to play my role and help my child to observe and uphold them.

Sign…………………………………………………….Date………………………………

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