Primary school is the first phase of the 8-4-4 education system and serves students between the ages of 6-14 years.
Our primary school program develops learning skills. We aim at preparing students to participate in the social, political and economic well being of the country, and prepare them to be global citizens.
Our program places an emphasis on a more functional and practical learning where we encourage students to be inquisitive, express their ideas freely whilst considering other people’s opinion, train them to become self-reliant, and integrate life skills in all subjects taught.
Pupils are prepared for end of class examinations administered at the end of every year. These exams serve as the basis of placement test while progressing to the eight class.
Pupils take the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (K.C.P.E.) examinations at the end of the eight year of primary school. The results are used to determine placement at secondary school on merit basis.
- Social Studies
- Religious Education
- Creative Arts
- Physical Education
- Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
At K.C.P.E, candidates are examined in five subjects:
- Social Studies / Religion