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There are some kind and patient people working at KISU but if I knew then what I know now, I would not have placed my son here. - Nov 2019

The school is fairly new, and the director and admin team are very receptive to suggestions, parent and family input, and feedback. It can be a bit of a challenge to figure out what the kids are actually doing on an ongoing basis, as my kids don't talk much about their school day (or at least not in ways that tell me what I'm looking for). They recently started a weekly update report to try to fill that gap, however, which will hopefully help me figure out what the teachers are focusing on more and make more sense of what my young kids are talking about when they get home. - Sep 2018

Apart from inclusion and learning diversity - which also relates closely to the attention ISU gives to children with different and special needs - the school is set on a beautiful hill side (35 acres) thus providing an amazing park-like learning environment for children where there is ample space next to all classrooms to play and learn outside, enjoy the outdoors and nature and have these elements integrated into learning as well. The climate in Kampala is absolutely amazing, which makes the learning environment comfortable. Field trips upcountry go to some of the most beautiful environments Uganda has to offer, from game parks, to crater lakes, to camping along the Nile, to climbing the highest mountain peaks. In all, a pretty amazing place for a child to grow up and learn and become a well-rounded world citizen. - Jun 2018

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