July 31, 2023 /Education/ — Kitwe Primary School was founded in 1932, making it one of the oldest schools in Kitwe, Zambia. It was originally a white-only school, but after Zambia gained independence in 1964, it was opened up to all students. The school is located in Parklands, a residential area in Kitwe.
The school has a long and rich history. It has produced many notable alumni, including former President of Zambia Kenneth Kaunda. The school is also known for its strong academic record. In recent years, Kitwe Primary School has consistently ranked among the top schools in Zambia.
The school has undergone a number of changes over the years. In the early days, the school was very small, with only a few classrooms. However, the school has grown significantly over the years, and now it has over 1,000 students. The school has also undergone a number of renovations, and it now has a number of modern facilities, including a library, a computer lab, and a sports field.
Kitwe Primary School is a proud institution, and it continues to play an important role in the education of children in Kitwe. The school is committed to providing its students with a quality education, and it is helping to prepare them for the future.
Here are some additional facts about Kitwe Primary School:
- The school’s motto is “Excellence through hard work.”
- The school’s colors are green and white.
- The school’s mascot is a lion.
- The school’s alumni association is called the Kitwe Primary School Old Boys’ Association.
Here are some of the notable alumni of Kitwe Primary School:
- Kenneth Kaunda, former President of Zambia
- Rupiah Banda, former President of Zambia
- Guy Scott, former Vice-President of Zambia
- Mark Chona, former Minister of Finance of Zambia
- Levy Mwanawasa, former President of Zambia
Kitwe Primary School is a proud part of Zambia’s history. It has played a significant role in the development of the country, and it continues to be a beacon of hope for the future.