Kibuli Demonstration School

To produce children who will compete in the world and practice Islam


To produce children who will compete in the world and practice Islam

Kibuli Demonstration seeks to produce the best pupils

Kibuli Demonstration School is one of the oldest Muslim primary schools in Uganda. The school started in 1922 and it currently a government aided school. The school today has 827 pupils, about half of who are girls, similarly the teaching staff are 30 and half are female. They also employ non- teaching staff who total 25, the majority of who are female.

The statutory governance of the school is done by the school management committee chaired by Hajj Kassim Kintu Lubowa. The mobilization and senistisation of parents is done by their voluntary association, the Parents Teachers Association, chaired by Dr Ssessimba Badru.

Ssembajjwe Senoga Badru, the head teacher of Kibuli Demonstration School, said they have two curriculum one being the secular and the other being Islamic. The school also engages in co-curricular activities such as athletics, football, netball, volleyball, badminton, hockey. It is also providing urban farming skills. Badru said they are looking at improving academic  standards hence improving ranking in PLE results. "In line with the original philosophy of the founders the school is looking at producing children who will compete in the world and practice Islam. We therefore plan to integrate the school time table, programs and staffing so we that we intensify teaching of deen," Badru said.

The school wants to have secure, attractive and adequate physical infrastructures through constructing standard staff residential houses, renovations, demolish old buildings, compete the perimeter wall and acquire new sites. They want to introduce vocational training to produce self-reliant citizens.