St. Christopher’s International Primary School was established in 1963. It seeks to deliver a broad, balanced British-based curriculum that is tailored to meet the needs of the diverse community catered by them.
St. Christopher’s is a non-denominational, non-profit school, and the school is very proud of its history and accomplishments. St. Christopher’s International Primary School recognizes that the quality of the relationships built with families plus the dedication of the teaching staff has always been its greatest strength.
The student community consists of children from over 32 different nationalities. The school provides primary focused international education in a caring and nurturing environment. The school maintains an intimate personalised environment which helps in developing a personal bond among students. It offers the British curriculum and caters to students from kindergarten to secondary levels.
The Early Years phase of the school consists of classes for kindergarten (3-4 year olds) and reception (4-5 year olds). St. Christopher’s offers consistent, comprehensive early education that ensures the students have a strong foundation on which to build their future learning. In a constructive and compassionate atmosphere, a combination of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) program as well as the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) provides young learners with learning opportunities and to prosper.
The period of the Infant phase consists of two year classes also known as Year 1 and Year 2. As a team, the Infant Teaching staff work together to plan and share ideas and provide a supportive, caring and stimulating learning environment that encourages children to become independent learners. The syllabus is designed to help the kids grow in trust and ability.
The Junior Phase emphasis is on “learning how to learn”. Children are encouraged to be receptive to new concepts and to assess their own progress in their handling. The school has access to a wide variety of information and media, and the importance of effective communication is taught as a means for comprehension.
St. Christopher’s International Primary School recognises that their greatest strength lies in the quality of their relationships with families and the dedication of the teaching staff. The school follows the purpose of promoting love among students and take education to the next level. The school encourages students to grow and become holistic individuals.
The school focuses on developing a positive attitude among students and inculcate the behaviour of learning. It provides children with many opportunities and experiences which helps them to achieve their goals. The school also follows eight personal goals – respectful, curious, independent, resilient, reflective, expressive, adaptive and cooperative.