Welcome Messages from Staff
Milly Namuyomba (Head Teacher)
Lala’s is a place where we aim at offering equal opportunities to ALL children regardless of physical, mental, social, spiritual and developmental predisposition.
We have a conducive learning environment with a dedicated team of teachers, therapists, a great management team and very helpful support staff.
Many a times, children with special needs are abandoned at home with nannies who only aim at feeding, cleaning and dressing them. Lala’s is a place where we aim at offering equal opportunities to ALL children regardless of physical, mental, social, spiritual and developmental predisposition.
Our staff are well trained and highly experienced. We do not only teach, we also identify and develop these little children’s inner skills & talents which is essential for their competencies. This is also part of our strategy to ensure that the nation and world at large will have self-reliant leaders in the near future.
Cedrac Ategeka (Head of the Therapy Department)
Our inclusive structure has provided a special, comfortable and appropriate environment for children with and without special needs to socialise, play together, learn how to interact, learn to work as well as improve cognitively.
I’m Cedrak Ategeka a senior physiotherapist. I enjoy working with children and I have been in paediatric practice for 7 years now and I have worked at different children’s centres as a physiotherapist. I handle children with developmental delays and neurological complications acquired before birth, during birth and/or or after birth among which include cerebral palsy, down syndrome, the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) etc. I am also the head of therapy department at Lala’s Daycare & Inclusive School, where I do supervise a team of multidisciplinary specialists working with children. These include: Speech & Language therapists, Occupational therapists, physiotherapists, special needs educators, music therapists and child psychologists.
Lala’s daycare & Inclusive School is an amazing centre and home to the mainstream (typically fully developed) children as well as those having special needs. Its inclusive structure has provided a special, comfortable and appropriate environment for children with and without special needs to socialise, play together, learn how to interact, learn to work as well as improve cognitively.
Christine Adongot (Administrator)
Lala’s has greatly impacted our community in so many ways in the last 10 ten years. Among her other great achievements is the setup of a section for Children with Special Needs, which caters for those that are otherwise “rejected” by every school. Lala’s management has the ability to identify, help and make every effort needed to give love and support to children with learning challenges and especially those with special needs.
Immaculate Nassolo (Teacher)
It is a Christian school were Jesus is put first before anything else.
Lala’s day care and inclusive school does not discriminate between children who wish to start their education. It is a fully fledged inclusive setting where we have Childcare from the age of 3months to 8 years (at the moment). Parents bring their children in our crèche, our Kindergarten and recently, our department for Children with Special Needs.
It is a Christian school were Jesus is put first before anything else. When it comes to the special needs class, our children are well taken care of by specialists (therapists)and the fact that we have special needs teachers is an added advantage since they attend to them routinely.
We also have – co curricular activities for all children. These include swimming, music, soccer, beading, painting, crafts and the like, for the learners to get skilled and/or develop their talents. We work as a team of stakeholders in seeing to the growth and development of all our learners, regardless.