Hana International School Uganda is a private school started in the year 2003.
The first headmaster was Hajji Batiibwe Moses Sserwadda followed by Mr.Male Husein (2004-2006), followed by Mr.Ssebagala Yusufu (2006-2009), and then followed by the current headmaster Hajji Batiibwe Moses Sserwadda up to date.
The school has both UNEB and Cambridge curricula, and offers O level and A level, fully boarding school.
Our outstanding staff teach the National curriculum for England to pupils from 3 to18 years old, taking them from early year’s education all the way up to A level. As we are a complete school, we know that your child will attain places at some of the world’s most prestigious universities. We are proud to be accredited by leading global body, Cambridge International Examinations (c.i.e). This accreditation is a “seal of approval” demonstrating the high-quality international education we ensure every child receives at our school.
Great teachers inspire great pupils, and the education at the front of our Kampala classrooms are no exception to this rule. It’s all part of HISU’ global commitment to training and supporting exceptional educators. The more skilled our teachers, the better the education our pupils enjoy, which is why we’re continually investing in training, global skill sharing and further education for our teaching staff.
Aristotle once said: “Those who know, do.” “Those that understand, teach.” Every member of the teaching staff at HISU most certainly understands. Our teachers understand how to create the perfect conditions for active learning, they understand how to support young people with diverse natural abilities and they know how to put HISU’ world-leading educational research into powerful practice in the classroom.
Our brilliant teaching team is made up of inspiring and ambitious educational professionals form Kampala, Uganda, East Africa, UK, USA and beyond. With over 11,000 teachers in our network of schools, we draw on the top teaching talent from across the globe, putting the absolute best teachers in front of our pupils.
Developing happy, ambitious and confident young adults can be hard work, even for talented teachers. That’s why we think it’s so important that the parents and guardians of our school children communicate closely with us. We work hard to boost parental engagement in the education of their children and we ensure that our teachers are available and accessible when you need talk.
We don’t think parental engagement in school life should start when it’s time for homework. We encourage all parents and guardians to get involved in school life at HISU. Whether you’re helping to keep our campus looking beautiful, or sharing your unique skills with special presentations, we hope you’ll consider helping us to nurture a connected and inspiring learning environment.
We are an international school. We are a Ugandan school. Celebrating diversity is at the heart of HISU Cambridge Kampala. We welcome school children and teachers from all over the country, the region and the world, helping us ensure our pupils develop a responsible, globally minded outlook, becoming well-informed world citizens.