Kigali Parents’ school has two sections of kindergarten and primary, where the main language is English. But toddlers in kindergarten are taught all lessons in French and start studying in English after completing primary one as they follow the national curriculum.
KPS is managed by a team made by the Head Teacher, Director of Studies /Administration, Director of Studies–Nursery Section, Director of Studies Primary Section. Where the staff is qualified and dedicated and has passion for work and all the experience they have help them in being the best in meeting different needs and aspirations of our parents and their treasured little ones.
To provide affordable and quality education to the children of Rwanda and other multinational students.
To provide the most skillful, competitive citizens who are models of servant leadership in the community.
Their kindergarten is captivated with providing high-quality childhood education to kids aged three to six years old. Kigali Parents' School emphasizes on their students’ health, trains the brain, heart, and hands. They develop the 3 main elements of an individual. This enables them to spot talents, exploit them and develop them upstream. Their students are exceptional in music, dance and theater, sports, and different activities.
Their primary is one of the most outstanding in the country. They develop young ones into able and confident children, they are committed to creating safe, stimulating and exciting learning environment where children can feel inspired and confident that their ideas and options will be valued.
The school also involves parents in the education of their children, ensuring that the links between school and home are strong and support the children’s learning. They value the advice from all members of their learning community and they use feedback to help them to improve.
Kigali Parents’ School can be judged by the achievements of their pupils long after they have graduated. Their motto is “Seek knowledge and serve” which challenges both teachers and pupils to be loyal to its fulfillment.