P.C Pollock (1962 to 1964)
She came to the then Nabisunsa Muslim Girls’ School 1962 and left in 1964 The school at her time was at the same time being used as a residential area for the girls attending Kibuli Senior Secondary School aside from being a primary school. Fifteen of the girls used to go to Kibuli Senior Secondary School daily by use of a private bus. The school was faced by both financial and staffing difficulties, which had hindered its development. There was a lack of funds for library books that also injured the academics of the primary students. One of the school’s most needed necessity was a proper fence as the one that was present was being chewed on by ants to satisfy their tiny tummies.