The activities of the day started with the Brass Band match from the school to the Sports ground. At exactly 10:00 am the activities kicked off and the participating colours with their patron Saints as follow: Green – St. Laura, Blue – St. Kizito, Red – St. Charles Lwanga and Yellow St. Savio.
It all started with the singing the Anthems and prayer. When activities reached the climax, the Director Fr. Jean Marie Mushibwe led the guests and parents for tug of war with the teachers, this was the most interesting activity. More entertainment came from the acrobatics from the children, both parents, guests, pupils and teachers had lunch break. The afternoon activities resumed immediately, the chief guest supretendant of police Sserunjogi John Baptist arrived, he was welcomed and led from the main gate to the field with pupils matching with a Brass Band.The remaining items continued and after a short while the Head teacher Mr. Ocom gave his speech; invited the Director to invite the chief guest to give his speech. The chief guest introduced the people he had moved with, gave an educative speech, and thanked the Director, the teaching staff for the great initiative, since the school was only three months and was able to put such a good performance. When the chief guest finished to deliver his speech, the Director of the school Fr. Jean Marie Mushibwe escorted him, other activities continued for a short time and the weather interrupted with a heavy down pour. Appreciation goes to the Director Fr. Jean Marie Mushibwe for the great support he gave for the colourful organisation of the day activities, the delicious meals and drinks. Many thanks go to members of CALM, the community, Head teacher, Secretary, the teaching staff, the parents who attended and our pupils who made the day colourful.