The school session begins at 7.45 a.m. for all sections. Children that come late to school miss out on assembly and the teachings of important aspects that help build up the total child.

The Nursery and Primary close at 1.00 p.m. and at 3 p.m. respectively.

Research has shown that there is a link between diet and health, and the importance of providing children with a balanced diet is becoming increasingly evident. We encourage parents to provide students with healthy packed lunches. Fruits should be regularly included in their lunch packs. With this in mind, we have come up with the policy of Fruit Day and Water Day. Children are expected to come to school every Thursday with at least an item of fruit with their food. Further to this, processed drinks may only be brought to school two times a week (Monday and Thursday). We are happy to provide advice to parents on nutritionally balanced meals for pupils.

Home Work
Children are given daily homework to maintain high standard. This forms part of their continuous assessment. The amount of dedicated time increase as students get older. Parents are encouraged to support their children by providing a quiet space and time for homework and also taking an interest in the set tasks.

It is compulsory for all the pupils to come to school neatly and properly dressed.

Health and Well Being
We advise parents to keep children who exhibit symptoms of illness at home as this will aid quick recovery.

The school observes all the public holidays. Should circumstances beyond the control of the school interfere with its ability to provide educational services, all reasonable steps will be taken to minimize the resultant disruptions.

Communication Book
Each child is supplied a communication book to inform parents on issues peculiar to the child. It should always be signed and returned promptly by parents. Any lost book will be replaced by parents at a cost.

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Dress Standard
All pupils must come to school neatly and properly dressed everyday.

  • Nursery
    Monday to Thursday: Regular CRECHE SCHOOL uniforms
    Friday: PE wears
  • Primary
    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: Regular CRECHE SCHOOL uniforms
    Wednesday: PE wears
  • Approved Shoes Boys/Girls:
    Black shoes for school uniform
    White canvass on P.E days
  • Socks
    Navy blue for school uniform
    white socks on P.E days
  • Hair Do
    Boy’s hair should be cut short always. Girls are to turn up in simple braids, plaits or neatly trimmed hair. A simple plaiting or weaving with moderate hair extension is accepted. Hair accessories should be limited to hair ruffles and bands as other accessories (beads and pins) constitute hazards to them and other pupils.

Children Safety
For security reasons, the child’s collection card must be presented before anyone other than the parents may be allowed to pick the child from school.
In the interest of the children and in order to maintain a high standard, we have implemented numerous polices that are not included here. If you have an area of concern with regards to a particular aspect of your child’s care, please contact us as we are certain that there will be a policy to cover this.

Should you be unhappy about something at the school, kindly arrange to see the sectional head of your child’s class. If you feel the issue has not been resolved you may wish to make an appointment to see the Head of School by contacting the Administrative Office. For more confidential or urgent matters, you may wish to refer to Head of School directly.

Parent Partnership
We like to encourage parents and carers to play an active role in the school. As a parent of the school, you are automatically a member of the PTA and can help to organize events or just come along to support the events and have some fun! You can also make a difference to the school community by sending in ideas or suggestions that will help form a new link between school and home. Kindly, use our suggestion box situated in the main entrance to get your opinions across.
The School supports the parents by organising New Parents Forum at the beginning of the school year.
Presenting workshops on topics of interest.
Consulting on issues affecting the child’s academic, social and emotional growth.