The children progresses into the primary from age 5 years – 6 years.
The Primary curriculum follows the National Policy for Education. The curriculum is divided into components of academic work, co-curricular activities and moral education which incorporate character development and leadership skills.
The focus of our curriculum at this level is to ensure that the pupils acquire a sense of moral values, develop self-confidence, self-discipline, social skills and respect for others.
The academic work in the primary in the primary covers literacy and numeracy, which is developed through English studies and Mathematical skills. Awareness of the environment and national culture is taught through social studies. Arts, dance and drama are also taught through Cultural and Creative Arts studies. Leadership training, critical thinking and character education is taught at the upper primary classes. This is to ensure that the pupils acquire a sense of moral values, self confidence, self discipline, social skills and respect for others.