Entebbe Early Learning School

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The Entebbe Early Learning School is a school in Entebbe, Uganda. It was started by Mrs. Agnes Biryahwaho in 1993. The school is registered with the Ministry of Education and Sports in Uganda. The school is based on Christian principlesand caters to the orphaned and least advantaged children.[1]

The school has a Pre-Primary and Primary section. The Pre Primary section has three classes depending upon the age of the child: Baby Class, Middle Class and Upper Class. The Primary Section comprises classes P1 through P7. Each class admits not more than 30 pupils, which guarantees each student optimum teacher attention and guidance.

Currently, Mrs. Agnes Biryahwaho is the Principal, and Alice Balinda is the Head Teacher.[2]

The school syllabus is approved by the Uganda Ministry of Sports and Education for Nursery to Primary Seven. The subjects taught are Mathematics, English, Social Studies, and Science for upper Primary students. In addition to these facilities are available for a variety of sports activities that include football, netball, swimming and other athletic games. Other activities include Girl Guides, Debating Club, Wildlife and Environment Conservation, Writing Competitions, and Municipal Games.

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