By Wilber Muhwezi Kasibante
Parental Care P/s Bushenyi pupils will debate in parliament of Uganda with other schools from all over the country. The school will be represented by three pupils.
The debate competition is organized by National schools debate council. The pupils who will represent parental care include Asiimwe Freedom, Ayebare Denise and Bryan Ainamani.
Parental Care Primary School’s journey to parliament followed a successful regional debating competition that took place recently at St.Joseph’s Vocational School in Mbarara recently where the school emerged second best. The first was Mbarara Preparatory School.
The theme in this year’s debating ‘competition is fighting corruption the responsibility for Patriotic Ugandans’.
According to head teacher Parental care P/S, Basiime Perezi while debating; they will be using two methods; Karl poper and world schools format.
In secondary schools section also at St.Joseph’s; Mbarara High School defeated Mary Hill High school and the two finalists together with other two will represent south western region to national debating competitions at parliament.
Mr.Basiime noted that his school will have an exemplary performance at schools debate at parliament because the pupils are practicing vigorously.
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