Ambrosoli International School enjoys an outstanding reputation in the Kampala community. We have a current student population of 260 children from 32 different nationalities and teachers from 8 different countries. The school prides itself on being at the centre of a community of children, parents, teachers and associated staff, which is enthusiastically supported by an inclusive and vibrant Parent-Teacher Association.
Ambrosoli is situated within the quiet suburb of Bugolobi on a secure compound. The school is an active member of a number of inter schools networks through which it shares professional development opportunities, organises events for the children and shares ideas and learning. We are a member of the International Schools Sports and Athletics league of Kampala ( ISSAK) and have frequent sports fixtures with other international schools in the city.
Head of School–Amanda Dickson
Operations Manager–Tracy Hathorn
Bursar – Bernice Musoke
Administration–Liz Karyeija Oketa
Accountant – Richard Muhereza
Teachers: 20 ( Britain, Australia, Uganda, New Zealand, Canada, USA)
Learning Assistants: 25
Early Years Foundation Stage programme from England.
National Curriculum for England at Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 for English and Moths and the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) for foundation subjects.
Class Size: Maximum of 20 except in years 5 and 6 where class sizes may be slightly larger.
For information about tuition and fees please open the Admissions tab.
A wide range of after school activities is available on Mondays to Thursdays from 2.20pm to 3.05pm for children in reception through to year 6. The student council is involved in the selection of the clubs and they typically include football, photography, ballet, wood crafting, swimming, karate and cross-country. Children may also be invited to represent the school by taking their place on basketball, football and swimming squads.