Kindergarten and Primary School in Entebbe
Child Centred Education for children aged 1- 9 years
We have opened our Primary section! Primary 1, 2 and 3!
We are launching Primary 1, 2, and 3.
Our curriculum is child-centered, inquiry-based and encompasses the Learning Framework for Early Childhood Development as produced by the Ugandan National Curriculum Development Centre. Staying true to our Muvule philosophy, we strive to cultivate an environment that
inspires our children with a deeper
curiosity for vital knowledge and critical
skills. Our curriculum incorporates numeracy, literacy, science, music, movement, drama, and art.
"Students emerge as problem solvers, knowledgeable 21st century learners equipped with all the tools needed to navigate today's world."
Muvule Academy is an education center of excellence that provides world-class education in a rapidly changing and increasingly border-less and innovation based world.
Muvule Academy is at the forefront of innovation in digital education providing literacy, numeracy, sciences, the arts, and physical education using CanopyLAB as its learning platform.
Young children learn best in a supportive, nurturing, structured, engaging environment through hands-on-experiences.
At Muvule Academy, each child’s curiosity is embraced to facilitate cognitive, social-emotional, and physical growth.
Our founders share a common belief, that education should be tailored to meet the unique needs of each child. Thus began the ambitious and lofty goal to build a school that aims to fulfil this need.
We are located in the beautiful town of Entebbe, two minutes from the airport, with a spectacular view of Lake Victoria. Our environment has been purposefully designed to encourage holistic learning.
"Physical activities promotes healthy growth and development. It helps build a healthier body composition, stronger bones and muscles. It also improves the child’s cardiovascular fitness. Physical activities helps in the development of better motor skills and in concentration and thinking skills." - Amritha Menon