The school owns four 35 seater capacity buses all newly acquired. The routes plied include;
Ndejje route – Blue bus
Kings Way. Zzana, Namasuba, Lufuka, Kibutika, Aiden college, Zanta TC, Lunugumu (last junction), Kakola, Lubowa quality shopping village, International school and back to Kings Way.
Bunamwaya Kasenge route – Maroon bus
Kings Way, Zzana, Nyanama road up to movit industries, throughJambura, Lutaaya zone, Baguma gardens, Bunamwaya, Jomayi (Nalumunye lower estate), via Ngobe Policee station, Kumayinja, Katale Light High, Hill Top primary School, Bukwenda Police station up to Kasenge trading centre then back to Kings Way.
Entebbe Highway route – Yellow bus
Kings Way, Sseguku through road connecting to Yesu Akwagala and Abundant life Churches, St Noa Girls School to Nyanama road then to Zzana, Namasuba, Najjanankumbi, Kibuye round about, Salama road up to Calendar house, then back to Kings Way. Kings Way, Kajjansi, Kitende, Bwebajja, Namulanada, Lutembe (Rosebuds Flower gardens), Kawuku then back to Bwebajja, Bwebajja magistrate’s court, Kitende and back to Kings Way Primary School.
Kawoto Bweya Lweza kigo route – Pink bus
Kings Way, Kajjansi, Kawoto, Kijapan, Makandwa TC, Kitende (St Mary’s Secondary School), Kitende TC, Bwebajja crafts, Rubereto road to Jani, Bulonde, Bweya, Kajjansi Airfield, Lweza B, Kitiko Mutungo, Serena Hotel, Kigo Prisons and back to Lweza Conference Centre then back to Kings Way Primary School.
The transport arrangement is optional, operates along agreed upon (fixed) stages along the route, and requires that you clear before starting to use the bus. The buses do not operate on the first and last day of the term as well as on weekends and public holidays.
We have expanded our area of operation due to the increasing support of our parents, and we promise we shall continue adding on new areas of operations as the funds and conditions allow.
Standby power generator
We have upgraded from using steam lanterns in 2001 to using a 24 hour standby generator. This eases our day to day prep and night activities since we do not have to worry about power black outs.
The entertainment unit of the school is developing. We now have two mounted televisions in the multi purpose dining hall which are connected to pay TV to supplement other forms of entertainment. We have a state of the art music system which we also use for public address. We also have a digital projector which we use to have outdoor /TVvideo shows for learners over the weekend and during certain functions.
The school trains learners in various sports and games not limited to Football, Netball, Volleyball, Badminton, Scrabble, Athletics, Mweso, Luddo, Chess, Table tennis, Pool table, Snakes and ladders, and Drafts.
We have participated in quite a number of inter school activities, zonal activities, county activities and district activities. Some of our pupils are always being absorbed up in various sports academies and have featured in International tournaments.
The swimming programme is optional but offered at a fee. Learners go for training every after two weeks (or according to a programme released to parents at the start of each term). Learners are trained by professional swimmers whom the school contracts to do the service on its behalf.
Educational and leisure tours
The school organises annual tours for learners to different parts of the country. This service is optional but offered at a fee as is communicated to parents in the end of term two circular every year.
Usually P.7 (owing to their busy schedule) has a picnic within a radius of 20 km from the school and it involves sight seeing, horse riding, swimming, games and sports, dance and merry making on top of feasting and relaxation.
P.5 and P.6 always go for a sleep over (two day) tour to distant places like Queen Elizabeth N.P., Kasese, Lake Albert, Hima Cement Factory, Kilembe mines, Fort Portal, Karuzika Palace, Virika Missionary Hospital, Kabale town, Lake Bunyonyi, Mbarara, River Rwizi, Masaka, Jinja, Source of the Nile, Nile gardens, Nytil, Vitafoam, Fiesheries Research Institute, Masese landing site, Iganga, Budaka, Pallisa, Soroti, Kumi, Katakwi, Tororo, Sikulu rocks, Tororo Inselburg, Malaba boarder post, Mbale, Manafwa to view wild animals, physical features such as mountains, hills, rift valleys, water falls, rivers, lakes, hot springs, lava dammed lakes, crater lakes, many forms of reptiles, etc. They also visit major agricultural Institutitions such as Mubuku Irrigation Scheme, Namulonge farm institute, Kabanyoro Farm Institue, Kibimba (Tilda) Rice Scheme, and others to have reality with farming activities.
P.3 and P.4 have tours to places around Kampala, Wakiso Mukono, Kayunga and Jinja where they have to go and make a return journey that same day and these tours involve viewing water falls, visiting the Parliament of Uganda, KCCA head quarters, Uganda museum, Kasubi tombs, Bulange Mengo, Lubiri Palace, source of the Nile, visiting the Fisheries Research Institute in Jinja, visiting Kimaka Airfield, visiting factories (Nytil, Vitafoam, Coca cola, Pepsi cola, Uganda Dairy Corporation, Tip Top – Ngano factory), visiting tea and sugar estates, watching wild life such as ta Uganda Wild Life Education Centre (UWEC) Entebbe, visiting Entebbe International Airport, visiting natural forests (Mabira) and major towns along the routes and learning about landscapes of different regions.
P.1 and P.2 have a combination of leisure and educational tour within Kampala and Wakiso. This involves going to amusement parks (Kiwatule, Wonder world, Kingdom Kids centre, and Freedom city) for various games, visiting factories especially those that deal in foods and beverages such as Riham, Coca cola, Pepsi cola, Ntake bakeries, Hot loaf Bakeries, Nice biscuits, Uganda Dairy Corporation, visiting Kampala, visiting the UWEC at Entebbe, visiting Kajjansi Airfield and visiting Entebbe International Airport