Primary Key Stage 2 Students
Children from the age of 5 years can join our primary school, studying the British curriculum from anywhere in the world. At Lady Evelyn Independent School, we offer a specialised school curriculum based on the British curriculum for our younger students.
Our Primary School Key Stage 2 classrooms cater for Year 3 to Year 6 students. Our expert teachers ensure that students studying Key Stage 2 at Lady Evelyn Independent School will have a strong foundation upon which they will build their entire academic lives.
We supplement strong academic excellence with a focus on life skills such as communication and critical thinking, coupled with encouragement for creativity for students to become well-rounded individuals.
Top Quality Education
With small class sizes, every student at Lady Evelyn Independent School will receive personal and vital attention from teachers. This ensures that children can flourish at their own pace, achieving maximum benefit at the crucial ages of learning. All lessons are recorded so children (and parents) can revise any topic and go over each subject to ensure complete understanding.
A Head Start for Life
At Lady Evelyn Independent School, we aim for each student to complete their primary school education having developed both academic and life skills. Seeking knowledge starts from the cradle and ends at the grave. We want all our pupils to have the best skills to shine and succeed in their learning throughout their lives.
British Education anywhere in the world.
No more dropping and picking the kids to and from school while at Lady Evelyn Independent School! Save time and money! The curriculum at the Primary School Key Stage 2 of Lady Evelyn Independent School includes English, Maths, Science, Humanities, Communication, Design & Creatives, Quran, Arabic, and Islamic Studies.
Key Stage 2 Core Subjects
The Primary School Key Stage 2 curriculum at Lady Evelyn Independent School includes eleven core subjects. These subjects are included in the fees. Please note that the courses and subjects are subject to availability and demand and are strictly allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis.