Kyabirwa Children’s Centre | KCC

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Kyabirwa Children’s Centre is a second pre-school built and started by Soft Power Education. Kyabirwa Children’s Centre, or KCC as they call it, was built soon after the official opening of Buwenda Pre-School – which took place in March 2003. The community of Kyabirwa had seen what had happened in Buwenda and approached Soft Power Education with the gift of land. However, the community were divided….some wanted a pre-school, others wanted a mosque. Being a non-religious charity Soft Power Education stood back and waited. The decision was finally made and a long and wide pre-school was to be built.

Soft Power Education (SPE) is a British charity and Ugandan NGO supporting Ugandans in their efforts to promote education. Soft Power Education works with children, teachers, parents, and guardians to create stimulating environments for learning and play.

[related_posts]Description: Kyabirwa Children’s Centre is a mirror image of Buwenda. It educates the same number of children, has the same staffing figures and its own school committee. The only real difference is the land – it’s a lot larger giving ample room for the children to run and get lost in, but it is off the main road, tucked away in the village, surrounded by crops, mud huts, winding paths and the sound of the Nile.

Pre-school: Kyabirwa Pre-School provide free access to pre-school education for pupils who have lost one or both parents from AIDS or are from extremely impoverished families identified through an interview process.

Subject focus

  • Comprehensive curriculum
  • Additional subjects:
  • Art & Music and
  • Story telling

Ages: Kyabirwa Children’s Centre pre-school age children (roughly ages 4-5 years) attend these two centers Monday – Friday from 8.30am to 12:30pm.

Co curricular activities: Kyabirwa Children’s Centre pre-school pupils participate in singing, writing, playing, story-telling, painting, and learning. These centers are a stepping stone to encourage children to attend primary education by providing a good foundation for learning to children who would otherwise be out of school.

Plot 6, Kyagwe Avenue,

PO Box 1493,

Jinja, Uganda


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