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Our Lady of Africa S.S Namilyango | OLAN

Our Lady of Africa S.S is a Mixed secondary school with ‘O’ and ‘A’ Level that opened its doors to its first students in February 2003.

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Our Lady of Africa S.S is a Mixed secondary school with ‘O’ and ‘A’ Level that opened its doors to its first students in February 2003. The school provides an exceptionally conducive learning environment that empowers all students to do well.

School Motto: Ever Forward.

Vision: To provide quality and affordable education.

Mission: To bring up morally upright, academically sound and culturally sensitive citizens.

Core Values

  1. God Fearing
  2. Excellence
  3. Endurance for success
  4. Cleanliness for beauty
  5. Respect for all
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Curriculum

At OLAN, we have for the past couple of years been using the UNEB curriculum which is monitored by the National Curriculum Development Centre (NCDC) Just like many public schools, OLAN follows the institution guidelines to the latter and the last couple of years have been excellent in terms of academic performances as well as co curricula activities.

Facilities

Academic Facilities
The school boasts of spacious well ventilated classrooms, Science laboratories and a library that we plan to stock with the latest textbooks and books for leisure and the subject of IT will be given prominence and resources. Teachers will be trained to use ICT resources for teaching.

Dormitory Facilities
The accommodation is exclusively characteristic of a modern well planned and thought out school. Rooms have been designed to accommodate 20/30 students of S.1 and 2. Senior 3 & 4 students will sleep in cubicles housing 8/10 students while the ‘A’ level cubicles will accommodate 4/6 students.
The dorms are equipped with a large number of bathrooms and spacious laundry rooms for ironing. There will be no excuse for lack of smartness.

Co-curricular Activities

Our Lady of Africa S.S Namilyango recognizes the importance of a well-rounded education. All students are encouraged to participate in co-curricular or “extra-curricular” activities.

These include but are not limited to:

  • Sports (Soccer for both Girls and Boys, Athletics, Badminton, Chess, etc)
  • Clubs/House activities
  • National and Regional Debates
  • Student Council
  • School events include an inter-house MDD competitions, Sports Day, Fawe exhibitions, termly Guidance and Counseling afternoons, Leavers’ Parties for candidate classes, End of term one inter-house concerts.

Sports Activities

Physical education and fitness is a compulsory part of the curriculum. The School competes in Inter-School Leagues in: Soccer, Chess, Basketball, Cricket, Lawn Tennis, Volleyball, Badminton, Athletics and Table Tennis. Coaches and student leaders supported by one well-qualified sports teacher .

Clubs and Societies

Every Saturday afternoon students can participate in any of the school’s 15 clubs including: Music, Dance and Drama; Art; Aerobics; Chess and Scrabble; Table Tennis; Hockey; Swimming; Scouting; First Aid; French; Environment; Computing; Library; Badminton; and Lawn Tennis.

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