Kindergarten Program:

This extremely well equipped nursery succeeds in providing a very nurturing and stimulating environment where children can grow and learn through creative play.

The Nursery and Reception in a very short time has gained an excellent reputation for its progressive and inspirational method of education for children, ages from 3 to 5 years.

“The children are excited about learning and the school is providing an absolutely excellent positive and safe, first experience of education through inspirational experiences.”

Primary School Key Stage 1 (6-8 years old):

In classes 1 to 3 , the infants, we build on basic skills and knowledge that the pupils have learnt in kindergarten. We believe that students learn more effectively if they have a positive approach to school and learning. For this reason it is important that there is a nurturing partnership between parents , teachers and students.

These years are a time of building on the strengths, interests and experiences of students and giving them a foundation of working both individually and in concert with others.

Our children are our most valuable gift and the philosophy of the school supports them as the precious beings that they are.”

Primary School Key Stage 2 (9-12 years old):

In classes 4 to 6 of the Primary years, our students continue to grow through the teaching of more complex academic concepts which ultimately prepares them for middle school. It has been found that during these years our students progress rapidly. At this time greater attention is focused on Science, English, Mathematics as these are the foundation subjects for the understanding of all the others. Such subjects are taught in a way that helps to build and sustain enthusiasm and a greater level of participation is experienced.

At key stage 2 , study is supported and empowered, and always monitored so students are getting what they require to become active , responsible and accountable middle school pupils. Independent thinking is encouraged and supported by our caring teachers who see their role as guardians.”

Middle School Key stage 3 (13-15 years old):

The Middle school or the intermediate years, classes 7 to 9 are critical for the student as they adapt to the change from Primary to Secondary styles of instruction which support their independent learning and focus more on inquiry and assessing information for its relevance. Our many subject teachers are experts in facilitating this transition and the differing teaching methods that are required.

Students in this age group really begin to experience the ethos and vision of the school and their part in upholding it. They are given greater responsibility, and with this comes accountability. They begin to see themselves as role models for the younger students and they participate more in the daily lives of the Primary pupils.
Everything that our teachers do has the sole focus of students achieving their continued growth, academically, physically and socially.