Radnor Junior School (RJS), Semuto is an outstanding Primary school for Boys and Girls. It is a member of Radnor Africa which operates other schools in Uganda and is closely affiliated with Radnor House School in London.
RJS uses international methods to deliver the best local standards which will ensure your child achieves excellent examination results. As children move through RJS they will develop into confident and articulate young people and acquire essential life skills such as agriculture, crafts and sewing.
It is located just 500m from the Kapeeka Road with the turning to the school just north of the town centre. You will see our clearly marked sign and from there we look forward to welcoming you to the school to experience all that RJS, has to offer.
Another milestone this week: we established our new #BoardofGovernors for #RadnorJuniorSchool #Semuto. We have kept things local and appointed an experienced #FinanceDirector, Martin Bakama of #PEAS; educationalist Kasozi Charles as #SchoolDirector; long time colleague in #Uganda @PatrickNtege (pictured) as #NonExecutiveDirector, Isaac Ampeire as #CompanySecretary and #Advocate, plus David Paton as #Principal. One of our defining principles is building expertise and utilising local talent in #Uganda. Rather than following a typical development model of hiring a range of Europeans, we've chosen to build local connections and establish relationships on the ground. Instead of starting with pre-conceived British ideas of what local families 'need', our team instead asks what families actually want and we build from there. The vision for the school is to provide a high quality of provision at a very affordable cost with a specific focus on literacy and skills. As in all schools, the secret to success is great #teaching and this Governing Body is targeting developing systems that deliver great teaching consistently over the long term. What do you think? Please share your views below. We'd love to hear from you! Website launching soon..... #school #education #teamwork