Jesca Namatovu, Angel Kanyangye and Mesiah Busulwa:
The p.1 pupils say they will dance, sing and recite poems for the delegation.
â€œWe have been practising for the D-day, so when the visitors come to our school, we shall entertain them,â€ Busulwa explains.
Sharifa Mutesi, P.6
â€œWe shall dance sing and recite poems for the delegation.â€
Timothy Kaisaba, P.6
â€œWe are trying to maintain discipline and smartness as is expected of us. We are practising music, dance and drama for the Queen and her delegation. We heard that one of us will present a flower a bouquet of flowers to Her Majesty, but we do not know who will be chosen.â€
Caroline Kirungi P.6
â€œWe are prepared to receive the Queen and her delegates. We shall tell them about our school programmes.â€
Molly Kansiime P.6
â€œWe have issues affecting other children that we want the queen to know about. â€œI want the delegates to know the relationship between teachers and pupils, not only in Kitante, but also in other schools.â€
Nelson Gonzabato, P.6
â€œWe are preparing a poem on our culture, which we shall recite to the delegates. It is been a great opportunity for our school to host the delegates.â€
Kitante Primary School prepares for royal visit