What we do
The curriculum used in Banunule is a Ugandan national curriculum that emphasizes themes in all the classes. The subjects taught are instructed in English and they include: Mathematics, English, Science, Social Studies, Religious Education, Art, Music and Physical Education.
The children are taught the think for themselves, be creative, and to look beyond their surroundings.
The class sizes are 25 students per class enabling the teachers to give personal attention to each child an to ensure that the children excel. The children are evaluated on a regular basis concerning their academic work, social behavior, and co-curricular activities. Each term they present a report to their guardians fully explaining what they have achieved.
The school day runs from 7.30am to 3.00pm Monday to Friday, and the children then participate in various co-curricular activities like rugby training, chess, bible study, family initiative, art lessons, homework, video clubs, reading and writing club, volleyball, netball, Scouting and football.