Our staff

Hope Preparatory School would not have been what it is today without the staff that really works hard every day to give the children education and a brighter future. Some for money and some in exchange of their children to be educated. This is the people that gives us the opportunity to give the children what they need. They are keys for us to bring HOPE and they are keys for the children to feel HOPE.

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    Jackline Mugisha

    Head Teacher

    “I am Jackline Mugisha, aged 45, married with three daughters and one son. I am a trained teacher and have been working as a teacher for many years. I like sharing experiences with children. Hope Preparatory School is interesting with lots of fun and many visitors from abroad. This school is favourable because there is a good team work and we are all free with each other. I also like the hospitality of the director to both workers and children. They are many but few to mention.”

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    Stedia Bainagera

    Teacher in P.2 and P.6, Hope Preparatory School

    “I am a Ugandan, female qualified teacher. I am from Kabale District, where the school is located. I like teaching and I like being in class with the students. I find Hope Preparatory School as a school of Hope, indeed because it encourages the discouraged ones.”

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    Adrine Ahabwe

    Teacher in P.2, Hope Preparatory School

    “I am a female, Ugandan teacher born in Kabale District where Hope Preparatory School is located. I am a qualified teacher and a holder of Grade 3 certificate from Ministry of Education. I like teaching and encouraging young children. I like watching gospel music in my free time. Hope Preparatory School is a school that gives Hope and life to needy children.”

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    Pius Asiimwe

    Teacher in P.5 and P.6, Hope Preparatory School

    “I am a male, Ugandan qualified teacher from Kabale Bukinda Core Primary Teacher College. I like teaching as my professional job. I find Hope Preparatory School as a school for everyone. I like the co-operation between all teachers and staff. It makes us all as one.”

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    Moreen Tukamuhebwa

    Teacher in P.3 and P.4, Hope Preparatory School

    “I am a female Ugandan qualified teacher from Kabale Bukinda Core Primary Teachers College. I like teaching as my professional job and that is why I have choosen to join one of the Primary Teachers College. I find Hope Preparatory School as a school of Hope because of these short notes.
    There is Co-operation
    The director is one of the role models of the school workers.
    There is unity and love among the workers.
    Thanks for being rendered to us.”

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    Deus Kamugisha

    Teacher in P.5 and P.6, Hope Preparatory School

    “I am a Ugandan by nationality, male by sex. I was born in Kabale District where the school is located. I am a professional teacher, teaching Social Studies and Religious Education in the upper classes. I like teaching as my profession and I like seeing the student’s development and the change from today up to tomorrow. I find Hope Preparatory School good and upcoming.”

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    Catheline Kushemererwa

    Teacher in Baby Class, Hope Preparatory School

    “I am a female teacher with an age of 48. I am married with 8 children, 2 girls and 6 boys. I like to play with children, especially when we are in physical education and in break time. I am finding Hope Preparatory School very much interesting.”

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    Agatha Ansaasa

    Hope Preparatory School

    “I like teaching pupils in my life. I like leaarning more about children, playing football and netball and sharing their life experiences. In my free time I enjoy listening to music, dancing and watch movies. I like to help young and old people when necessary. I like to encourage pupils how to read and write and to motivate learners in different ways. Guding pupils in wrong behaviours are a big part of my job and to teach them how to behave well. I always do my work on time and I always work hard.

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    Prudence Ayebare

    Teacher in Middle Class, Hope Preparatory School

    “I like studying and discovering new concepts and ideas. I like playing and dancing with learners. I like teaching English and numbers and reading and writing. I like playing football and sharing with others. I enjoy being a teacher and to befriend people from different places. I like my job as a trained teacher. I always work hard. I like to work with children because children are always free and innocent.”

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    Rosette Kesande

    Teacher in Top Class, Hope Preparatory School

    “It is important for me to be a role model as a teacher. I like to be at Hope Preparatory School and enjoying it’s life as well as being social with chidlren. In my free time I love eating chips, chapati and pork. I like my job because it gives me money and the opportunity for me to buy my needs. I choose to work with children because children are very sensible and innocent and they can understand easily. They can in an early age ask simple questions and they respond easily to teaching. I know how to deal with children and I enjoy.”

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    Gideon Arineitwe

    Hope Preparatory School

    “In my free time I try to meet different people from the world as well as discover science and technology. I also use to travel to see and explore new areas. I love my job because I live with the work I am doing. I like to be a role model and to encourage others to join my profession. I choose to work with childrne because I want to imporve the standard of the new generation. I want to develop children’s mental, physical, social and economic situation. I see children struggling and trying and I would like to see them having a better life through encouraging and fulfilling children’s individual visions in life.”

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    Phionah Kyomuhendo

    Teacher in P.3, Hope Preparatory School

    “In life I value a successfull family and relatives. I like my profession as a teacher. I like to guide children in everything they do and teaching good morals. I do like playing, listening to music and of course dancing. I like my job becasue I love being with children and to be a role model. I like my work becasue it is free. I choose to work with children because chidlren are innocent, active and I know how to handle children in their childhood development.”

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    Sarah Kiconco

    School Mother and Cook, Hope Preparatory School

    “I am a female with an age of 25 years. I have 4 children. I like to be working all the time. Hope Preparatory School is a school that is helpful to many people and is welcoming each and everyone. Thank you Hope Preparatory School, may God Bless You.”

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    Phionah Kattesi

    Cleaner, Hope Preparatory School

    “I am a hard working 24 years old woman. I like singing. I like cleaning. I like helping young children. Thank you Hope Preparatory School.”

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    Christopher Twimomujuni

    Gate Man and School Father, Hope Preparatory School

    “Hello, my name is Christopher and I am mostly playing with kids and watching the gate. I also stay with the children in the night so I am like their father. I like dancing and drumming. I love my job so much. Thank you Hope Preparatory School.”

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    Patience Asiimwe

    Cleaner, Hope Preparatory School

    “I am a female, Ugandan by nationality with an age of 29 years. I like to chat with the children and to see them play when I am washing. I like the situation of Hope Preparatory School because it is kind and good. Hope Preparatory School is good because it welcomes each and everyone. Thank you!”

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    Ameria Mpiririwe

    Cleaner, Hope Preparatory School

    “I am a female and my work is to wash all children’s clothes and to clean the houses and the outside. I like helping young children. I like cleaning. I like visitors. Thank you Hope Preparatory School”

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    Beatrice

    School Mother Assistant, Hope Preparatory School

    “I like digging. I like eating rice. I like helping and working with children. I do my work at the right time. I help children to behave well. I like my job because I learn how to interact with different kind of people. I like children becasue I need to give parental love. I love to see and help children learn and grow and to teach them how to behave well.”

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    Judith Kesiime

    Co-ordinator, Hope Preparatory School

    “My name is Judith Kesiime and I have been working with Hope Uganda Projects since 2012. We have since then saved many lives of children. I like chatting, listening to music, dancing and drumming. I enjoy my work every day with the children. I will continue working with Hope Uganda Projects because it is helping and supporting me and my community I am coming from so much. Thank you.”

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