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Western pacifickindergarten and day-care started way back in 2011. The school started with 28 children only, but with time it went on developing year after year. At the time of its initiation, the school had three teachers, a cook, a watchman and a bursar. The school started in a residential house of three bedrooms with a sitting room and garage, which space was adequate enough to accommodate the operations of the school.

With the growing number of children and the enthusiasm from the surrounding communities, the number of pupils in the school grew in 2013. In this regard, the founders decided to construct classes so that the ambience of the school shifts from the state of a residential to school nature.

With the growing number of children and the enthusiasm from the surrounding communities, the number of pupils in the school grew in 2013. In this regard, the founders decided to construct classes so that the ambience of the school shifts from the state of a residential to school nature.

Setting the Scene:

"According to a survey children who have been to pre-schools retain 15-20% better than those who did not have access to pre-schools." While 80% of the human brain develops by the age of four, 90% develops by the age of six. Unfortunately, in Kawanda and the nearby communities many children are deprived of pre-schooling.

Why the school was started in Kawanda community:

Kawanda and the nearby communities  lacked reasonable good schools in the first place. The founders of the school faced a challenge when their first daughter was to start schooling. They sat and decided to make their residential/home a school to save parents in the community the burden of walking long distances looking for good schools. On the side of the community, it was not easy considering the limited incomes earned by the people who later turned up to be parents. Bearing in mind the quality of standards and safety at the school, parents are now getting used to the prevailing values and conditions of the school.

The nearby communities hosting parents include Kawempe, Bwaise, Kirinyabigo, Bombo and Kiteezi found in Wakiso district, the district which surroundings Kampala city the capital city of Uganda, East Africa.