Nursery Section covers children from 3-6 years old. Children under 6 years are in pre-operational stage in cognitive development. These children are trained to acquire subjects as:Writing, Reading, Mathematical concepts, Social Development and Health habits. Read More>


Primary Education is a fundamental for better future. We register and teach children from age 7 - 13 years old where adults also are in this category. The subjects areas are wider compared to the nursery classes. Here, students can now read and write, However, fast reading is the core when teaching reading. Read More>


The world has gone into digital, so education in the 21st century is the trend gone are the periods of 19th Century where computer usage was not to everyone. We offer affordable training both in the campus and online. Read More>


partners 1 ESFESF(Enabling Support Foundation) was founded with two missions; to support persons with disabilities and school children with a mission to maximize the potential of everyone led by Dr. Bob Zenhausern Robert. The Early Reading (ER) by ESF was launched in Miridians on 17/05/2017 and we are proud that this website was sponsored by Dr. Bob via ESF. Read More>



Primary Education is the key opening for better future. One cannot go to univerisity minus jumping primary level. It is called education foundation. We register children from age 7 - 13 years old. Lower primary covers P.1 to P.3 and upper primary covers P.4 to P.7. Our Business Proposal is to get our children sit for primary seven leaving examinations by 2024.

Why Primary Section?

Low income earners do not send their children to school at early childhood development life stage easily and if they do then to a poorly facilitated school. As an example, since 1997 after introduction of Universal Primary Education (UPE), many parents who cannot afford primates school have been taking their children to UPE school government aided. In turn, these children do not get enough knowledge required for their growth due to overcrowding despite government efforts to build more classrooms.

Majority of primary school-going children across the country cannot read or deal with a simple arithmetic, according to Uganda National Examinations Board’s report (Daily Monitor Press Sunday, 24th March 2013). In 2015 survey done to assess quality education services in primary schools, it was found that children from 91 districts cannot read English (New Vision Press 21st September, 2016). The major constraint for children and parents is that the good nursery and primary schools are very expensive with fees structure of UGX 700,000 and UGX 900,000 for preschool and primary school respectively. The school pass rate in these low developed areas has been unsatisfactory due to various reasons.

 What to expect

  • Qualified teachers
  • Stocked library
  • Bursary Scheme
  • Maximum Protection
  • Breakfast and Lunch
  • Conducive Environment
  • Free Computer Lessons

Grade 2 class

Grade two class during fast reading exerse

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