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Law and Joy Primary School,Kitintale

By Vision Reporter

Added 13th July 2010 03:00 AM

AS I enter the school, the gates are wide open and children run around the school compound after having finished taking their lunch.
Good enough, the school is very small and each teacher passing by looks at me wondering what I have come to do.

AS I enter the school, the gates are wide open and children run around the school compound after having finished taking their lunch.
Good enough, the school is very small and each teacher passing by looks at me wondering what I have come to do.

AS I enter the school, the gates are wide open and children run around the school compound after having finished taking their lunch.
Good enough, the school is very small and each teacher passing by looks at me wondering what I have come to do.

Most teachers just keeps looking at me until a particular teacher asks: “How may I help you?” I go through the rituals of having to explain where I am from and what I have come to do. He refers me to the headmaster without inquiring what I want from him or whether I am on appointment.

Mr. Mukiibi, the school director, says they usually have a gateman and the gate is always locked except for lunch time when the children have to go home.

“Sensitising children about their security is a measure we have taken seriously to ensure their security” he adds.

Law and Joy Primary School,Kitintale

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