Kids Advised To Attend Holiday Courses


malady sans-serif; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>It is well known that third term has along holiday that lasts for two and a half months where children stay back home in redundancy.

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Daphin Kato, the principal Kampala Parents School, while handing over certificates to the P7 leavers and the pre-primary after their Christmas party organised at the school, said that the school has trained these children very well in the field of discipline.

“So parents must continue from there and take them for some shorter courses to avoid using this holiday for useless things,” Kato stated.

Kato also urged parents to make sure that they spare time for their children by coming back early from work to give them time.

“Parents need to sit with their children and discuss about some issues like AIDS and training them domestic chores like sweeping, washing clothes, cooking, among others,” Kato suggested.

Richard Byarugaba, the director Internal Audit, Bank of Uganda, who was a guest around, advised the children to stay disciplined and act as ambassadors of their school.

“However, parents must be careful about these children’s movements and make sure that they become remote controllers for them on watching TVs because children have a desire to watch pornographic materials on some channels,” Byarugaba pointed out.


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