It has been weeks of turmoil in Sudhir Ruparelia’s banking business after dfcu took over Crane Bank but the Kampala Parents School (KPS) proprietor has reassured parents that the education facility will continue operating normally despite rumours on social media claiming that it has been sold.
Sudhir said this during a meeting with parents at the school on Friday afternoon. He also saoid the collapse of his bank will not affect the operations of the school.
A number of parents said they had been informed that the school was sold basing on roumours circulating on social media.
The property mogul was displeased by the parents’ reliance on social media rumours, warning, “Social media doesn’t run the school. The management does.”
He said parents and other stakeholders must “stop listening and fuelling the rumours.”
“It will go on for many years to come; parents should not be alarmed,” he assured.
Both parents and management discussed improvement of grades, motivation of staff and active participation of parents in running the school affairs.
Parents expressed joy that Sudhir had listened to their concerns and that he would continue the engagement for the good of the school.
Kampala Parents School is situated along Lugogo bypass and has an enrolment of over 3000 pupils with 130 well trained teachers and over 150 non-teaching staff members. The pupils come from all over the world.
The multi-cultural institution provides a well-rounded balanced education to children from different backgrounds.
It has been one of the best performing schools in Kampala for many years.