Primary education plays a vital role in forming a child’s particular interest or passion as they start to develop a sense of independence. It is at this age that they begin to display a specific interest in certain materials and subjects. Compared to preschool, when they were learning the basic fundamentals, our primary education motivates them to take a more active role within their education.
The aim of our Cambridge Primary programmes is to help our children to develop a range of knowledge and skills within our core subjects, providing a solid foundation upon which to build for later stages of education. The Cambridge system is a flexible system which allows us to employ various kinds of methodology of our own, to which we have added a number of childhood learning techniques across all levels of primary. All our teachers undergo our special training in order to be able to observe, teach, assess, and guide the primary students while also attending to their psychological needs and development at that early age.