Primary School
± Ages 7 - 12
Primary School
± Ages 7 - 12

Primary School (± Ages 7-12)

Stages 1 – 6

7 – 12 Years of Age (±2)

Two Internal Checkpoints

Our Primary School assists young ladies and gentlemen to grow and develop not only in their critical thinking abilities but also in how they are as individuals. This is a critical stage in a child’s life where the love of learning should be cultivated and learners are encouraged to be inquisitive, to practice critical thinking and ask questions about the world they live in.

7 – 12 Years of Age (±2)

Mainstream Learners

Learners presenting with so-called ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, Asperger’s and mild learning difficulties in need of assisted learning.

Learners in the Pre-Primary School are between the ages of 7 and 12 / (14) years. Due to possible developmental delays, we allow for a 2 year developmental gap and is happy to accommodate learners up to the age of 14 in our Primary School.

We understand that some learners might find it difficult to maintain focus and concentration, and that putting their thoughts into words might not come easy for all. We welcome different learning and thinking styles. We specialise in remedial assistance for those in need and provide concessions.

Primary School Curriculum

Fundamentals:

Numeracy, Literacy and Critical Thinking

Additional Subjects:

Adapted Afrikaans, Geography, History, Global Perspectives.

As a registered Cambridge Primary School, we offer content in line with the Cambridge Curriculum. The focus is thus on English as a first language, Mathematics and Science.

Additionally, EduExcellence supplements the curriculum with subjects required in South Africa. This allows for easy and smooth transition between CAPS and Cambridge Curriculum.

Afrikaans is presented as a second language with a range of additional subjects to cover a wider field of learning.

Curriculum Weight

iDevelop: 40%
Academic: 30%

We dedicate 25% of our time to Therapy. We focus on normative, social, emotional and physical education with a strong emphasis on neuro-development. In our goal to assist learners towards developing as whole individuals, we invest time and effort to strike a fine balance between all these aspects.

Academic activities will consist of fundamentals in literacy, numeracy and critical thinking which will take up 75% of the day.

Stages 1 – 6

7 – 12 Years of Age (±2)

Two Internal Checkpoints

Our Primary School assists young ladies and gentlemen to grow and develop not only in their critical thinking abilities but also in how they are as individuals. This is a critical stage in a child’s life where the love of learning should be cultivated and learners are encouraged to be inquisitive, to practice critical thinking and ask questions about the world they live in.

7 – 12 Years of Age (±2)

Mainstream Learners

Learners presenting with so-called ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, Asperger’s and mild learning difficulties in need of assisted learning.

Learners in the Pre-Primary School are between the ages of 7 and 12 / (14) years. Due to possible developmental delays, we allow for a 2 year developmental gap and is happy to accommodate learners up to the age of 14 in our Primary School.

We understand that some learners might find it difficult to maintain focus and concentration, and that putting their thoughts into words might not come easy for all. We welcome different learning and thinking styles. We specialise in remedial assistance for those in need and provide concessions.

Primary School Curriculum

Fundamentals:

Numeracy, Literacy and Critical Thinking

Additional Subjects:

Adapted Afrikaans, Geography, History, Global Perspectives.

As a registered Cambridge Primary School, we offer content in line with the Cambridge Curriculum. The focus is thus on English as a first language, Mathematics and Science.

Additionally, EduExcellence supplements the curriculum with subjects required in South Africa. This allows for easy and smooth transition between CAPS and Cambridge Curriculum.

Afrikaans is presented as a second language with a range of additional subjects to cover a wider field of learning.

Curriculum Weight

iDevelop: 40%
Academic: 30%

We dedicate 25% of our time to Therapy. We focus on normative, social, emotional and physical education with a strong emphasis on neuro-development. In our goal to assist learners towards developing as whole individuals, we invest time and effort to strike a fine balance between all these aspects.

Academic activities will consist of fundamentals in literacy, numeracy and critical thinking which will take up 75% of the day.