Interact club

Who We Are


The Interact Club at Our School is a vibrant community of young change-makers committed to the principle of “Service above Self.” We are driven by a passion for making a difference, not only within the school but also in the broader community.

Service Above Self: Our motto encapsulates our dedication to being of service and taking action for change. We firmly believe that by serving others, we not only make the world a better place but also enrich our own lives.

Community Work: We’re actively involved in community work, rolling up our sleeves to bring positive change. Our recent initiatives include…

Kyaliwajjala Market Clean-Up

We took it upon ourselves to clean the Kyaliwajjala Market, not just for appearance but for the health and well-being of the vendors and shoppers. We also provided them with liquid soap to maintain proper hygiene, ensuring a cleaner and safer environment for all.

Supporting a Primary School

Education is a gateway to a brighter future, and we believe in extending that opportunity. We provided scholastic materials, including pens, pencils, books, and more, to a local primary school, giving students the tools they need to excel in their studies

Goodwill & Better Friendship

But it’s not all work and no play for us. We understand the importance of balance, and we make time for fellowship and fun. We host Interact Clubs from other schools, coming together for meaningful conversations, shared experiences, and enjoyable moments that build lasting friendships.

Educative Skits and Plays

We harness the art of drama to convey important messages and insights. Through skits and plays, we address critical social issues, spark discussions, and encourage change

Me and My Son, In a Parent’s Eye

This particular production is close to our hearts. It’s a thought-provoking play that delves into the relationship between parents and their sons. Titled “Me and My Son, In a Parent’s Eye,” the play aims to sensitize the audience about the role of the boy child and why it is crucial to empower young boys