We want to ensure that your children taught by us today are sufficiently equipped and confident to use the technologies of tomorrow
How often might you see ‘trees’ sprouting from the floor of a school library, ceilings painted to give an ‘eco-feel’, art work produced by the students of a sister school in GEMS as a result of our students exploring and explaining to them what life is like in Kampala or indeed, a museum that displays for students artifacts from previous times?
You can not help but notice such things in the new Secondary school library of our school.
This completely redesigned and refurbished area was officially opened on the 2nd September, 2015. It is large and spacious facility that has been specially designed to provide a light, open yet functional learning bay for students.
Giant books about pygmies and small books about giants now wait anxiously to be read. The book stock of all shapes, sizes and genres have been especially chosen to meet the wide range of reading habits and interests that teenagers demonstrate.
Novels by Bronte, Rowling, Tolkien, Dickens, Achebe, CS Lewis, Pratchett, Horowitz intermingle with non-fiction materials about art and design, sports, history, computing, biographies, science or the geographical features of Uganda and the various animals and birds often found in this part of the world. However, the books provided are not just for students. Parents are welcome to visit, browse and borrow books for themselves. Need to put together a meal with an Indian recipe?
Visit the Secondary library! You will find such books to browse and borrow.