The Primary Years are a challenging time of transition for learners as they move from childhood to adolescence. This crucial period of personal, social, physical and intellectual growth is marked by uncertainty on one hand and increasing maturity on the other.
Through the Primary Programme the teachers extends academic teaching by helping students further develop critical thinking, solve real-life problems, develop knowledge of local and global issues, communicate ideas, engage in public debate and express creativity through action.
Through this process, students develop a certain independence while learning to manage time and multiple expectations. The wide range of Extracurricular and co curricular activities designed to suit the needs of students promote an overall development of the student.