Primary School

Our primary school approach prioritises thematic, integrated learning and the development of critical and procedural thinking skills over the mere accumulation of content. While we primarily focus on intellectual and academic enrichment, we also provide a wide, interesting (and child-directed) variety of cultural and sporting extra-curricular activities to develop balanced and well-rounded individuals.

Academics

With a maximum class size of 18 pupils, we prioritise an individualised and personal approach with an emphasis on enriched, child-centred, and thematic content geared specifically toward the unique needs of academic, creative, or intellectually gifted children.   

Pupils are encouraged to debate, research, problem-solve and think critically – with the ultimate goal of developing a true and lasting passion for learning.

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Academics

With a maximum class size of 18 pupils, we prioritise an individualised and personal approach with an emphasis on enriched, child-centred, and thematic content geared specifically toward the unique needs of academic, creative, or intellectually gifted children.   

Pupils are encouraged to debate, research, problem-solve and think critically – with the ultimate goal of developing a true and lasting passion for learning.

Cultural Activities

We offer a variety of interesting cultural activities, that do change from time to time, as dictated by demand and facilitator skillset. These include, but are not limited to:

  • Art

  • Band

  • Big Builders (by Young Engineers)

  • Book Club

  • Chess

  • Cooking/Baking (Online extra-mural)

  • Dance

  • Debate and Public Speaking

  • Drama, Pantomime, 1st additional language plays and House plays

  • Dr Dahl and Friends

  • Entrepreneurs

  • Guitar

  • Lab Rats

  • Languages

  • Philosophy

  • Photography

  • Pokemon

  • Quiz evenings

  • Spelling Club

  • SRC

  • STEM

  • Writing Club

  • Yoga

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Cultural Activities

We offer a variety of interesting cultural activities, that do change from time to time, as dictated by demand and facilitator skillset. These include, but are not limited to:

  • Art

  • Band

  • Big Builders (by Young Engineers)

  • Book Club

  • Chess

  • Cooking/Baking (Online extra-mural)

  • Dance

  • Debate and Public Speaking

  • Drama, Pantomime, 1st additional language plays and House plays

  • Dr Dahl and Friends

  • Entrepreneurs

  • Guitar

  • Lab Rats

  • Languages

  • Philosophy

  • Photography

  • Pokemon

  • Quiz evenings

  • Spelling Club

  • SRC

  • STEM

  • Writing Club

  • Yoga

Sports

We offer a variety of sporting activities that do change from time to time due to season or facilitator skillset.

These include, but are not limited to:

  • Athletics

  • Archery

  • Ballet

  • Basketball

  • Boxing

  • Cricket

  • Gymnastics (Jnr by Visions Gymnastics)

  • Handball

  • Karate (by Palm Court Karate)

  • Running

  • Netball

  • Nukem

  • Soccer

  • Swimming

  • Table Tennis

  • Volleyball

Where possible we compete in a league with other small private schools in our area.
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Sports

We offer a variety of sporting activities that do change from time to time due to season or facilitator skillset.

These include, but are not limited to:

  • Athletics

  • Archery

  • Ballet

  • Basketball

  • Boxing

  • Cricket

  • Gymnastics (Jnr by Visions Gymnastics)

  • Handball

  • Karate (by Palm Court Karate)

  • Running

  • Netball

  • Nukem

  • Soccer

  • Swimming

  • Table Tennis

  • Volleyball

Where possible we compete in a league with other small private schools in our area.

Elective Subjects

Twice annually, our pupils are presented with a variety of elective subjects, from which they are required to choose one.  The children attend their elected subjects on a Thursday, where they explore topics not otherwise taught within traditional curricula.  The offered topics change every six months, but here are a few of the Electives offered in the past:

Pre-Primary subjects:
Science: Medieval times, Busy Bees, Safari, Jurassica, Clever Colours and First Aid.
Junior Primary subjects:
Science Lab, Human footprint, Busy Bees, Safari, Geology Rocks, Mythbusters and Let's Twist again.
Senior Primary subjects:
Design, Wonder women, Humour, Funky Fungus, Writing & Storytelling, First Aid, Mission Possible, What if?, and Ancient Rome.
Primary School experiment

Elective Subjects

Twice annually, our pupils are presented with a variety of elective subjects, from which they are required to choose one.  The children attend their elected subjects on a Thursday, where they explore topics not otherwise taught within traditional curricula.  The offered topics change every six months, but here are a few of the Electives offered in the past:

Pre-Primary subjects:
Science: Medieval times, Busy Bees, Safari, Jurassica, Clever Colours and First Aid.
Junior Primary subjects:
Science Lab, Human footprint, Busy Bees, Safari, Geology Rocks, Mythbusters and Let's Twist again.
Senior Primary subjects:
Design, Wonder women, Humour, Funky Fungus, Writing & Storytelling, First Aid, Mission Possible, What if?, and Ancient Rome.

Enrichment Days

Once per term, the entire school takes time off to be enriched and inspired.  These special days can take the form of teachers presenting information on a variety of themes or subjects, or an outing that offers broad educational value for the entire student body.

These interludes provide our pupils the opportunity to learn something they may not otherwise have been exposed to, and helps sate the cognitive hunger that defines our student body.   Our enrichment themes have included topics such as Authors, Venom, Writing Genres, Countries, Olympics, Cultures and Inventions, to name but a few.

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Enrichment Days

Once per term, the entire school takes time off to be enriched and inspired.  These special days can take the form of teachers presenting information on a variety of themes or subjects, or an outing that offers broad educational value for the entire student body.

These interludes provide our pupils the opportunity to learn something they may not otherwise have been exposed to, and helps sate the cognitive hunger that defines our student body.   Our enrichment themes have included topics such as Authors, Venom, Writing Genres, Countries, Olympics, Cultures and Inventions, to name but a few.