The Primary School is made up of Basic 1-5. Pupils are inspired and encouraged to be lifelong learners and worthy global citizens who contribute positively within a diverse and changing world.
Core subjects taught are: Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies. The specialized subjects are: Computer (IT), Art, Music, Library, Bible/Moral Instruction, Physical Education and Mentoring.
The primary formative years are designed to achieve an acceptable level of functionality and effectiveness in the core skills which includes: reading, oral and written communication, enquiry and research, and dexterity with numbers. These are the important prime factors, without which further progress in the pupils learning can be inhibited. In addition, through topics, themes, projects and best practice of teaching and learning, the pupils also acquire knowledge, and relevant skills.
The Primary School curriculum is taught using modern instructional strategies by teachers who develop close relationships with students and hold students to high expectations of achievement.
The curriculum focus on the following core values:
- Educational excellence with a personal touch
- Developing leadership qualities
- Exploring and appreciating our cultural diversity
- Student-centered learning
- Developing personal and social responsibility
- Experiences that develop the whole child
- Student-centered learning and formal and informal assessments
- An opportunity to learn basic technological skills.