Greetings from Uganda and Bombo in particular. We are still under lockdown and the only chance of reopening was conditioned to vaccination of teachers and students above 18 years. This has not yet been a success due to scarcity of vaccines but in the last week, the country received some more vaccines and teachers were given special centers to get either their first or second jab. At St. Peter’s we have made efforts to see that most of our teachers are now vaccinated including us the administrators.„S.6 RESULTS“ weiterlesen
Greetings from Uganda. Last Friday the President made a communication that largely opened up the country, despite the existence of Covid-19 at its reducing levels, currently at 8% in the country. Private transport was allowed, with a driver and only two passengers and they can move across districts, with public transport allowed at half capacity.„Opening Up“ weiterlesen
Allow me on behalf of the school and my family to wish you a happy new year 2021. There is a lot we hope in the new year, having witnessed a challenging 2020. All with God we believe is possible. The year opens with rising election tension in the country at all levels from President to local councils.„END OF CANDIDATES’ PARTIAL TERM 2020“ weiterlesen
Greetings from St. Peter’s secondary school especially the staffs present. I have the pleasure to inform you that we are set to open school today, after three inspections and finally a certificate was issued to us, allowing us to open.„OPENING FOR CANDIDATES“ weiterlesen
Greetings from Uganda. The general atmosphere is political, as aspirants seek for votes. This has killed the protection people had against covid-19. Social distancing is now a myth yet many people have no masks. Sick people are on the rise with now between 300-400 per day. Sick people are over 6500(only those who present themselves since there are no tests going on) and known deaths are 62. Government introduced a 65 dollars testing fee to those who want to test hence reducing testing rate.„Corona Situation in Bombo“ weiterlesen
I, on behalf of St. Peter’s secondary school Bombo-Kalule community, wish to report to you a successful end of term three and the entire academic year 2019, which ended officially on December 2 nd 2019, when our last candidates of S.6 finished their last exams.
Despite a few manageable challenges, I am glad to report to you the following achievements.„END OF TERM THREE REPORT 2019“ weiterlesen
May you receive fraternal and prayerful greetings from St. Peter’s community Bombo. Despite a few unavoidable challenges, I am happy to report to you a successful end of term two 2019, which we closed officially on Friday 23rd August 2019, With S.4 and S.6 candidates remaining at school for the next three weeks to finish up their assignments.„End of term two mini Report 2019“ weiterlesen
Greetings from Bombo. we thank God Students traveled successfully and came back from both the Geography fieldwork trip last week and the agriculture trip this week on Wednesday.
I hope you enjoyed your Easter on holidays! Irene sent me Rev. Sebastian ’s homily. It was about breaking the law to kill Jesus on Good Friday, and breaking the natural law to resurrect after three days in the grave! much heart moving and inspires. Indeed the dos and don’ts in the guise of the ‚law‘, don’t only separate us from fellow humans, but also from God. therefore, the teaching brings an inspiration of the mind that Jesus broke all the hindrances of unity among ourselves and to God, and set us totally free!