Kikaaya College School Bulenga

Kikaaya College School Bulenga

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Join me to congratulate Kasule Gerald Old student of Kikaaya College School, who graduated from Kyambogo University with a Bachelor of Engineering in Automotive, and Power Engineering of Kyambogo University.
Kasule got a First Class Degree with a GPA of 4.7 and topped his class
ADMISSION IS ONGOING
Congratulations to our Old girl Jane Nanyunja.Jane is a medical technologist and emerged as the best student in her class. She trained from Nsambya Hospital School of Nursing and medical laboratory
Kikaaya Vocational School 8th Graduation Ceremony is on 28th January 2022. You are all invited to attend
We congratulate our Old boy Dr.Mutumba Hebert who graduated with Bachelors Degree in Medicine and Surgery from Gulu University
Kikaaya Vocational School has organized short courses in the following Departments;
Computer studies
Tailoring and fashion design
Electrical installation
Motor vehicle mechanics
Cookery
Building and concrete practice
Welding and metal fabrication
Tuition: 100,000 per months
Feeding Charges per month and accomodation:150,000(Boarder students)
Programs Open on 1st November 2021
With a heavy heart, I announce the death of Mr.Ssekamwa Gabriel Deputy Headteacher and Head of science Kikaaya College School. May his soul rest in eternal peace
The Great Cyclist Mr.Leach
Thank you, Mr.Alex Leach
Thanks PGS for appreciating
CYCLING FOR KIKAAYA
We were delighted to receive a video message from Mr Mubiru, Principal of Kikaaya College School, supporting Mr Leach who is undertaking an epic 205-mile bike ride from one side of the UK to the other to raise funds for Kikaaya College School - do click here to view his message. Mr Mubiru also sent photographs of him with some of the pupils taking to their bikes on the roads around the school to show support for Mr Leach's challenge on 19th June 2021.

On Monday 24th May, to prepare for his challenge, Mr Leach will be (stationary) cycling in the Quad from 8am - 4pm and pupils will be able to join him in support for 5-10 minutes during PE lessons and break times on the day. If you'd like to support his challenge please visit the Crowdfunder page.

On Monday the Pupils Uganda Group will also be selling envelopes of 'pick & mix' sweets in the Quad to pupils in Years 7 and 8. The sweets will be £1 an envelope (correct money only please) and several envelopes will contain a 'golden ticket' to win a Ugandan prize! Year 7 can buy their sweets during morning break, Year 8 at lunch break

Kikaaya College School Bulenga is a mixed day and boarding school which was established in 1992. It has a great record of vocational and academic excellence.

It was setup to offer quality education to children from poor families and orphans Providing academic and vocational education

Operating as usual

03/11/2021

Join me to congratulate Kasule Gerald Old student of Kikaaya College School, who graduated from Kyambogo University with a Bachelor of Engineering in Automotive, and Power Engineering of Kyambogo University.
Kasule got a First Class Degree with a GPA of 4.7 and topped his class

Join me to congratulate Kasule Gerald Old student of Kikaaya College School, who graduated from Kyambogo University with a Bachelor of Engineering in Automotive, and Power Engineering of Kyambogo University.
Kasule got a First Class Degree with a GPA of 4.7 and topped his class

02/11/2021

QUALITY AND AFFORDABLE VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

ADMISSION IS ONGOING

02/11/2021

Congratulations to our Old girl Jane Nanyunja.Jane is a medical technologist and emerged as the best student in her class. She trained from Nsambya Hospital School of Nursing and medical laboratory

Congratulations to our Old girl Jane Nanyunja.Jane is a medical technologist and emerged as the best student in her class. She trained from Nsambya Hospital School of Nursing and medical laboratory

01/11/2021

Kikaaya Vocational School 8th Graduation Ceremony is on 28th January 2022. You are all invited to attend

Kikaaya Vocational School 8th Graduation Ceremony is on 28th January 2022. You are all invited to attend

31/10/2021

We congratulate our Old boy Dr.Mutumba Hebert who graduated with Bachelors Degree in Medicine and Surgery from Gulu University

We congratulate our Old boy Dr.Mutumba Hebert who graduated with Bachelors Degree in Medicine and Surgery from Gulu University

Photos from Kikaaya College School Bulenga's post 25/10/2021

Kikaaya Vocational School has organized short courses in the following Departments;
Computer studies
Tailoring and fashion design
Electrical installation
Motor vehicle mechanics
Cookery
Building and concrete practice
Welding and metal fabrication
Tuition: 100,000 per months
Feeding Charges per month and accomodation:150,000(Boarder students)
Programs Open on 1st November 2021

06/07/2021

With a heavy heart, I announce the death of Mr.Ssekamwa Gabriel Deputy Headteacher and Head of science Kikaaya College School. May his soul rest in eternal peace

With a heavy heart, I announce the death of Mr.Ssekamwa Gabriel Deputy Headteacher and Head of science Kikaaya College School. May his soul rest in eternal peace

24/05/2021

The Great Cyclist Mr.Leach

24/05/2021

Thank you, Mr.Alex Leach

And he's off!
Mr Leach is on his bike to launch the 4-week challenge as a school community, to cycle the distance (4000 miles!) from Portsmouth to Kikaaya College School in Uganda. Today will be a gentle eight hours in the saddle from 8am - 4pm!

This is a warm up to his 'Chase the Sun' bike ride on the 19th June when in a single day he will cycle from one side of the UK to the other.

To support the fundraising do click here:
https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/mr-leach-chase-the-sun-2021

Photos from The Portsmouth Grammar School's post 21/05/2021

Thanks PGS for appreciating

Photos from Kikaaya College School Bulenga's post 21/05/2021

CYCLING FOR KIKAAYA
We were delighted to receive a video message from Mr Mubiru, Principal of Kikaaya College School, supporting Mr Leach who is undertaking an epic 205-mile bike ride from one side of the UK to the other to raise funds for Kikaaya College School - do click here to view his message. Mr Mubiru also sent photographs of him with some of the pupils taking to their bikes on the roads around the school to show support for Mr Leach's challenge on 19th June 2021.

On Monday 24th May, to prepare for his challenge, Mr Leach will be (stationary) cycling in the Quad from 8am - 4pm and pupils will be able to join him in support for 5-10 minutes during PE lessons and break times on the day. If you'd like to support his challenge please visit the Crowdfunder page.

On Monday the Pupils Uganda Group will also be selling envelopes of 'pick & mix' sweets in the Quad to pupils in Years 7 and 8. The sweets will be £1 an envelope (correct money only please) and several envelopes will contain a 'golden ticket' to win a Ugandan prize! Year 7 can buy their sweets during morning break, Year 8 at lunch break

21/05/2021

We are proud of our Alumni Nakiryowa Christine who is currently completing her Nursing Course in Mulago Hospital

We are proud of our Alumni Nakiryowa Christine who is currently completing her Nursing Course in Mulago Hospital

18/05/2021

We are proud of our trainees in the Department of Fashion Design and Tailoring

18/05/2021

CHASING THE SUN
Mr Leach is taking on an epic 205-mile bike ride from one side of the UK to the other to raise funds for Kikaaya College School in Uganda, our Partners in Learning. As part of the 'Chasing The Sun' event, Mr Leach will start cycling at sunrise in the Thames Estuary, head through south London, then via the lush Vale of Pewsey, the Mendip Hills and the breathtaking Cheddar Gorge, before arriving on the seafront finish at Burnham-on-Sea at sunset. To help prepare for his challenge, Mr Leach will be (stationary) cycling in the Quad on Monday 24th May from 8am - 4pm and pupils will be able to join him in support for 5-10 minutes during PE lessons and break times on the day. Otherwise head to his Crowdfunder page to not only support him, but the the pupils at Kikaaya College School too

CHASING THE SUN
Mr Leach is taking on an epic 205-mile bike ride from one side of the UK to the other to raise funds for Kikaaya College School in Uganda, our Partners in Learning. As part of the 'Chasing The Sun' event, Mr Leach will start cycling at sunrise in the Thames Estuary, head through south London, then via the lush Vale of Pewsey, the Mendip Hills and the breathtaking Cheddar Gorge, before arriving on the seafront finish at Burnham-on-Sea at sunset. To help prepare for his challenge, Mr Leach will be (stationary) cycling in the Quad on Monday 24th May from 8am - 4pm and pupils will be able to join him in support for 5-10 minutes during PE lessons and break times on the day. Otherwise head to his Crowdfunder page to not only support him, but the the pupils at Kikaaya College School too

Photos from Kikaaya College School Bulenga's post 17/05/2021

Senior Five Students Assigned to The Department of Electrical Engineering

Photos from Kikaaya College School Bulenga's post 17/05/2021

Senior Five Students Assigned to The Department of Building and concrete practice

Photos from Kikaaya College School Bulenga's post 17/05/2021

Senior Five Fashion designers

17/05/2021

Senior Five students assigned to The Department of Fashion Design and Tailoring

07/05/2021

On Wednesday Geo Club had a very productive and enjoyable Geo Chat about endangered species with Kikaaya College School in Uganda via live video link. What came out of the discussion was many shared issues about species between both countries and communities. These included the invasion of non-native species, the destruction of habitats and a lack of political will to tackle underlying causes of the problems due to vested interests.

A surprising link of common concern was discovered between the two groups of pupils which was the decline in bat species/numbers in both places. Kikaaya also reported the decline in monkeys (they used to be common but are rarely seen there now) and Mr Mubiru recalled with sadness the loss of the 'very friendly leopard' that used to accompany people home and was much loved by the community. The loss of monkeys and the leopard was due to deforestation - with the species migrating as a result.

As a result of the discussions and the question 'what can be done about it', they came up with action points that the pupils would like to take in both schools/communities to improve the environment and help conserve species. Watch this space!

07/05/2021

http://www.pgs.org.uk/senior/preview


AGREEMENT ON ENDANGERED SPECIES
On Wednesday Geo Club had a very productive and enjoyable Geo Chat about endangered species with Kikaaya College School in Uganda via live video link. What came out of the discussion was many shared issues about species between both countries and communities. These included the invasion of non-native species, the destruction of habitats, and a lack of political will to tackle underlying causes of the problems due to vested interests.

A surprising link of common concern was discovered between the two groups of pupils which was the decline in bat species/numbers in both places. Kikaaya also reported the decline in monkeys (they used to be common but are rarely seen there now) and Mr. Mubiru recalled with sadness the loss of the 'very friendly leopard' that used to accompany people home and was much loved by the community. The loss of monkeys and the leopard was due to deforestation - with the species migrating as a result.

As a result of the discussions and the question 'what can be done about it, they came up with action points that the pupils would like to take in both schools/communities to improve the environment and help conserve species. Watch this space!

http://www.pgs.org.uk/senior/preview


AGREEMENT ON ENDANGERED SPECIES
On Wednesday Geo Club had a very productive and enjoyable Geo Chat about endangered species with Kikaaya College School in Uganda via live video link. What came out of the discussion was many shared issues about species between both countries and communities. These included the invasion of non-native species, the destruction of habitats, and a lack of political will to tackle underlying causes of the problems due to vested interests.

A surprising link of common concern was discovered between the two groups of pupils which was the decline in bat species/numbers in both places. Kikaaya also reported the decline in monkeys (they used to be common but are rarely seen there now) and Mr. Mubiru recalled with sadness the loss of the 'very friendly leopard' that used to accompany people home and was much loved by the community. The loss of monkeys and the leopard was due to deforestation - with the species migrating as a result.

As a result of the discussions and the question 'what can be done about it, they came up with action points that the pupils would like to take in both schools/communities to improve the environment and help conserve species. Watch this space!

29/04/2021

Time for Bricklaying and concrete practice

Time for Bricklaying and concrete practice

26/04/2021

The ICT S.6 boys after their final paper

The ICT S.6 boys after their final paper

26/04/2021

A selfie with S.6, it has been a great opportunity to work with you guys, and wish you success

A selfie with S.6, it has been a great opportunity to work with you guys, and wish you success

Photos from Kikaaya College School Bulenga's post 26/04/2021

We are glad to introduce computer programming to the new generation. We appreciate our alumni Kato Joshua the ambassador of Python Foundation for this initiative

26/04/2021

Our ICT S.6 Candidates we wish you success

Our ICT S.6 Candidates we wish you success

06/03/2020

Kikaaya dancers at the launch of the new stadium

Kikaaya dancers at the launch of the new stadium

06/03/2020

Rogers Byamukama FUFA EXCOM Member addressing the gathering at the opening of Kikaaya College Stadium

Rogers Byamukama FUFA EXCOM Member addressing the gathering at the opening of Kikaaya College Stadium

06/03/2020

Kikaaya College Stadium officially Opened by Rogers Byamukama Federation of Uganda Football Association Excom member and Chairman FUFA club licensing committee

Kikaaya College Stadium officially Opened by Rogers Byamukama Federation of Uganda Football Association Excom member and Chairman FUFA club licensing committee

06/03/2020

You are all invited to attend the official launch of Kikaaya College Stadium. We would like to appreciate our development partners/sponsors for this achievement

03/03/2020

You are all invited for the official launch of Kikaaya Stadium on 6th March 2020. Time:2pm-5pm

You are all invited for the official launch of Kikaaya Stadium on 6th March 2020. Time:2pm-5pm

03/02/2020

Congratulations our OG Abenakyo Joan

Congratulations our OG Abenakyo Joan

Photos from Kikaaya College School Bulenga's post 31/01/2020

Congratulations S.4 2020 we will always be proud of you

31/01/2020

Congratulations our S4's 2019 we have registered 100% success all of them qualify for Advanced level

Congratulations our S4's 2019 we have registered 100% success all of them qualify for Advanced level

08/01/2020

The evening looks nice

The evening looks nice

01/01/2020
04/12/2019

Thanks Gary for visiting our school.We discussed matters to do with football development in Kikaaya College School

Thanks Gary for visiting our school.We discussed matters to do with football development in Kikaaya College School

13/10/2019

Bulenga dancers of Kikaaya College School at The Dalton School Hague The Netherlands

Bulenga dancers of Kikaaya College School at The Dalton School Hague The Netherlands

25/09/2019

Motorcycle repair and servicing practical

Motorcycle repair and servicing practical

25/09/2019

Preparing them to be jobcreators

Preparing them to be jobcreators

23/09/2019

We are proud to work with Portsmouth Grammar School in developing Music, and Dance in our schools (Partners in Learning)

We are proud to work with Portsmouth Grammar School in developing Music, and Dance in our schools (Partners in Learning)

23/09/2019

Thanks Portsmouth Grammar School , and Pupil Uganda Group for supporting our school with Fine-art materials

Thanks Portsmouth Grammar School , and Pupil Uganda Group for supporting our school with Fine-art materials

Timeline photos 20/09/2019

Kikaaya College Stadium

Putting the finishing touches on the brand new Kikaaya College Stadium 🏟 The countdown to launch begins! Thank you to all of our generous supporters for making this dream possible ⚽️

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Kiganda Dance Rehearsal
Dance rehearsal Kikaaya College School
Dance rehearsal
Kikaaya College School and PGS boys preparing for a joint performance on 21st July 2018
PGS and Kikaaya College School Girls preparing for a joint performance
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Kampala
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