Our school day starts at 8.50am. Drop off is between 8.30am and 8.50am.
School for the Primary section ends each day at 3.15pm. For the Early Years (Toddler to Reception) we close at 3.15pm with a half day on Wednesday, ending for them at 1pm.
For the Toddler and Nursery classes only - you can also opt for half-days and collect your child at 1pm each day if that suits your family better.
Our term dates have been arranged in accordance with the British minimum days and hour requirements. There are three terms per year, with the school year beginning in September. School is closed for one week in the middle of each term for our half-term break.
Check out our school Calendar:
Early Years: Each day includes a morning and an afternoon snack as well as a hearty lunch.
Primary: Each day includes a morning snack. For lunch, primary students can either bring a packed lunch or pay for school meals.
Filtered water is always available for children of all ages. We recommend they bring their own water bottle to school but we do supply cups.
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Primary: (Year 1 – 6):
The Primary school students are required to wear a KJP school shirt. This can be worn with dark (navy/black) or denim long/short trousers or skirts. The shirts are available to purchase from school for 25,000 ugx each.
Early Years (Toddler to Reception):
There is no uniform for the early years section. However, the play-based nature of the early years can mean clothes come back quite dirty at the end of the day, so please bear this in mind when choosing clothing for your children.
Parents at KJP
At the beginning of the school year, you will have the opportunity to meet your child’s new class teacher. There are also 3 Parent Teacher Meetings throughout the year. This is for you to come and speak to your child’s teacher directly to discuss your child’s progress and answer any questions you may have.
Parents can stay up-to-date with what learning their child is doing at school through Class Dojo - an app on your phone or computer that allows us to send updates as well as manage behaviour. We will also be regularly updating our Facebook page.
It has been proven that extra-curricular clubs are beneficial in so many ways. From broadening a child's interests to developing their social skills; after school clubs are a fantastic opportunity for our young children.
We are now working with several skilled people who offer a variety of after school clubs at our premises. These clubs are open not only to our students, but also the general public.
Check out our Term One School Clubs