Allan Kamoga, S.6, Buddo SS My dad is very interested in my academics.
He put me in a very good school and makes sure I have time for books during the holidays.
He drops me at the National Library on Buganda Road every morning at 8:00am on his way to work and gives me money for lunch.
He likes the fact that I am doing the same combination he did.
He connects me to examiners who also helped him and goes through my books and question papers, advising me on how to answer questions. He is so proud of me and I am very proud of him as a father.
Hakim Bbosa, S.3, Strive High School
My dad gives me a timetable for television and for revision. He supervises my reading and sits with me at the table to clarify on whatever I I may not have understood. Every Saturday and Sunday, drives me to Makerere College for coaching. I like his concern because it shows he is interested in my future.
Arthur Luttamaguzi, S.6, Merryland High School
My dad comes to school every now and then to consult with my teachers about my performance. Apart from this, he trusts that as a candidate, I know what I am doing. I am also aware of it so I make good use of my time. My father does not hesitate to buy me a book when I ask for one because he knows that I need it. He at times goes through my books which I do not mind at all, because I am organised.
Paul Mugerwa, S.3, Ndejje SSS
My dad is very involved with my books. He pays for me to read at the Uganda National library on Buganda road, during the holidays and foots my transport bills from Mukono to Kampala everyday. He is concerned and I do not mind that at all. He wants me to be an engineer. He goes through my notes and never fails to attend class meetings. We have grown closer as a result and it keeps me focused knowing that I am answerable to him when I mess around with my academics.
Iâ€™m glad my dad is involved