Our Primary Programme (Grade 1 – Grade 5) is affiliated to CAIE and is designed to promote individual and self-motivated learning through transformative experiences.
Within an organised structure, learners typically aged between 6 to 11 years, develop their analytical skills and language competency, and become more confident and self-reliant. We encourage them to participate and reflect on the process of their learning, which makes them independent, innovative and opinionated young adults.
Our Cambridge Primary Programme offers the following subjects:
Each discipline aims to develop the critical thinking skills of a learner and respond effectively and confidently to a range of information, principles, and concepts. This promotes an innate quality of enquiring, researching, considering ideas and working collaboratively.
To develop in the young generation a temper for science, problem-solving, innovation and sustainability, we have integrated in the main curriculum the Makers’ Space – an interdisciplinary programme – that scaffolds learning experiences to provide opportunities to practice and nurture 21st-century skills.
We engage pupils in various STREAM programs that introduce students to different courses and technological platforms that include Robotics, 3D printing, game development, app development, aeromodelling, photography, animation graphics et al through creative thinking, designing models, application of knowledge and project-based learning.
Furthermore, we conduct educational trips and excursions for pupils that are aimed to expand the breadth of a child’s knowledge in the most interactive and creative ways.
The envisioned goals of this programme are: