OUR PRIMARY STAGES


Our Primary stages are based on the Cambridge Curriculum with the core subjects English, Mathematics and Science. The primary intake is 2 streams of maximum 20 students per class.
The curriculum provides teachers with an international benchmark to inform teachers and compare learners’ progress against outlined objectives. It also enables detailed, structured reporting
to parents.

These are taught through an integrated and creative curriculum provision that makes learning relevant and ensures our learners turn out to be well-rounded citizens in the community and society. The Primary program is aimed at developing learner skills and providing the groundwork
in preparation for Secondary education.

OTHER TAUGHT SUBJECTS


French
ICT
History


Geography
Music
Religious Education


Creative Arts
P.S.H.E & Citizenship
Physical Education
Guided Reading


THE CAMBRIDGE CURRICULUM

Our objective in implementing the Cambridge Curriculum is to reaffirm our commitment
to excellence in education, and to share sound educational values for:


INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION

Cambridge qualifications and results are recognised by leading universities
and employers around the world as evidence of quality education.


INTERNATIONAL STANDARD

The Cambridge International Primary Program develops learner skills and understanding
through the primary years in core subjects Mathematics, English and Science.
It provides international benchmarks for learner performance.


INTERNATIONAL ACCESS

Cambridge qualifications will create great opportunities
for access to higher education.


INTERNATIONAL LEARNERS

We continue to design our programs of study to challenge our students
to become confident , responsible, reflective, innovative and independent thinkers.

STUDENT WORK POLICY

Our objective in implementing the Cambridge Curriculum is to reaffirm our commitment
to excellence in education, and to share sound educational values for:

HOMEWORK

Homework reinforces skills or concepts that have been introduced in class.
It can also provide extra practice to extend learning.

Teachers may also set homework as a means for students to excel or to develop their interest in a topic. Homework will be acknowledged by the teacher or discussed together in class in order to provide appropriate feedback.

Parents or siblings should not complete homework for the student. In short, the tasks should be achievable by pupils through independent work but with the support of parents or guardians, where necessary.

PROJECT WORK

Teachers may set project work for children based on topics being taught in class. Children may research, report on themes and issues, make models or respond to questions or tasks to extend their learning.

WRITTEN REPORTS

The Academy will provide parents and guardians with a written report, detailing their child’s performance. Reports are written at the end of the First Term and Third Term for preschool students and at the end of each term for primary students. A relevant faculty member will be available to discuss these reports with parents, should the need arise. Appointments may be required.

CONTACT
   (+233) 266-153097
   info@avesacademy.com

CONNECT
  VRA Road Community 25, Tema