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St Thomas is a Consolata Missionaries founded and parent owned primary school which was erected within the heart of Bweyogerere Town, under the protection of our Lady Consolata, Bweyogerere Catholic Parish.

Consolata Fathers, who had first arrived in Uganda in 1985 at the kind invitation of Kampala Archdiocesan priests Association, acronym KAPA on evangelical Christ Mission, had responded fast to the communities’ priorities request for a primary school construction. Thomas Bazitya (RIP), one of the Christian who had earlier allotted part of his land where the school now stands, chose St. Thomas the apostle, as the patron saint with a combination of Bazadde meaning parents in Luganda language, St Thomas Bazadde primary school became more of parent owned than believing a church supported project.

The tripartite dialogue between the parents, the Archdiocesan priests and Consolata Missionaries, represented by Rev.Fr. Louis Barabante (RIP) unanimously approved St Thomas School project started with immediate effect. The pioneer management Team chose, “No Pain, No Gain” as the foundation motto to inculcate among both teachers and pupils that spiritual building of the nation was reflected under this institutional message; and no gain is achieved on the silver plate.


To educate pupils holistically; I.e with a healthy body, mind and Spirit.

To provide learners with high academic excellence and maximum discipline

NO Pain, No Gain



  • To draw programmes that stimulate academic excellence among the pupils, attract parents and pupils into the school
  • To stimulate sound academic excellence and maximum discipline among the pupils.
  • To provide a conducive learning environment to the pupils.
  • To instill discipline and good morals among the pupils
  • To develop and promote good leadership among the pupils.
  • To cultivate a positive attitude towards co- curricular activities among the pupils and teachers.
  • To promote Piascy programme in the school.
  • To mobilize and provide resources needed by involving all stake holders in the development of the school programme.


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