It is based on the child-centered philosophy from its precursor. It lists the three primary goals of the primary school.

To permit

To permit the child to lead an enjoyable life as a young person and to realize their full capabilities as an individual.

To help

To help the child develop into an active member of society by living and working with others and help improve the quality of society.

To prepare

To prepare your child to continue their education and continue to learn.

The curriculum is designed to be learner-centered. The curriculum focuses on the development of literacy, numeracy and literacy in addition to responding to modern needs in technology, science, health education, and citizenship.

Primary School Curriculum

Language is a key part of the development of children. Experience and language are essential to the process of learning. Language allows children to comprehend and understand their experiences, acquire new knowledge, and build upon concepts they already understand.

Due to the importance of the connection between learning and language, the curriculum incorporates talk and discussion as a key approach to learning in every subject area. It allows children to explore emotions, ideas, and emotions through increasingly sophisticated language. This also helps them understand more of the world around them.


Math teaches children to think, communicate, spatially and quantitatively. It also helps them to solve problems and recognize situations in which mathematics can be used. The Mathematics Curriculum focuses on the development of problem-solving and estimation skills. It uses examples that are relevant to the child’s life.

From infants, discussion, hands-on practice with materials and active learning are encouraged. It is also important to emphasize the importance of developing mathematical language for communicating ideas. Both at school and beyond, the development of numeracy skills is essential to a child’s daily life. These skills are essential for later educational and personal success.


It started out as a preschool with five students in a church located in the heart of Princeton. Growing rapidly, the school moved into a larger church building on All Saints.


The Mathematics Curriculum is designed for all primary school children from Nursery through U.KG. The content is organized in blocks of two years, with each level clearly defined. The Mathematics Curriculum is divided into two sections.

It also includes a section on skills development that describes the skills children should learn as they become more proficient in math. These skills include:

Problem-solving and application
Recalling and understanding
Communicating and expressing
Connecting and integrating
Recalling and understanding

There are also strands that outline the content to be included in each level's mathematics program. Each strand has a number strand units. The class level can determine which strands are included.

Mathematical activities in the early years

  • Number
  • Algebra
  • Space and shape
  • Measures
  • Data
  • Current Status

Physical Education

Children learn through movement. Physical education helps them live active, healthy lives. The Physical Education Curriculum offers a variety of activities for children. It encourages schools and other educational institutions to plan for PE with flexibility.

Curriculum for Physical Education

Six strands make up the Physical Education Curriculum.

  • Athletics
  • Dance
  • Gymnastics
  • Outdoor and adventure sports
  • Aquatics
  • Games
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