Welcome to the ProEducation Primary School
We have a wonderful, positive and inquisitive time in our fantastic primary school. We are learning so much about the world and everything in it. Our classes, as in the rest of the school, have a high teacher to student ratio so we can give your child the individual attention that they need. Our Primary School is for any children aged between 5 and 11, or, Grade 1 to 6. If your child is this age and has some additional needs, they may be more suited to our Towards Independence programme, or a combination of the two curriculums.
Why are our Classrooms so Special?
We believe we have created innovative learning spaces within our school. As we have specialists onsite, they have helped us to create classrooms with flexible seating, which can help children to focus. We also use teaching methods which are multi-sensory, this means teachers use lots of different ways to share learning material with the students, not just speaking and writing!
All of these classes are named after birds, and are taught in a spacious and light refurbished villa, with a beautiful space for playing and lunch. All of the children have their lunch break at the same time, so there is plenty of opportunity for making new friends and playing games.
We also have some classes co-taught with our Speech and Language Therapist to:
Words, Numbers & Facts
We thrive on the improvement technology has made to education, and we encourage our students to make the most of what is offer. At ProEducation School Plus, primary students have access to interactive resources in the classroom and at home through ActiveLearn, which includes BugClub (reading), Abacus (maths) and Science Bug (science).
Our Literacy program includes:
We incorporate a Talk4Writing approach to Literacy, enabling children to learn the key language they need orally for a particular topic before they begin reading and analysing it. We believe this method works best for children because they can’t write something fantastic in a new language until they say the words out loud first.