International Primary Programme (Grades I–IV)

The Cambridge International Primary Programme is intended for students aged 5.6 – 10.6 years of age. It is a period of formal learning in which students will begin to really take hold of mathematics, English, sciences and computer skills.

As the primary schooling period constitutes a crucial stage in the formative years of our students, our methods of teaching this age group reflect how the student is becoming increasingly conscious of the world around them. We aim to nurture students’ curiosity at this stage by making full use of the interactive learning technologies that our classrooms are equipped with.

We also endeavour to locate where our students’ interests in extracurricular activities lie. By encouraging them to whole-heartedly pursue these activities we believe that we are laying the foundations for self-discipline and individual thought by allowing the students to develop the areas that they want to work in.