Grades P1 to P5
Alpha’s Primary Years Programme is built around the Cambridge Primary curriculum framework. During these years, we motivate our learners to be increasingly curious & discover information about the surrounding world.
Appropriate and relevant internationally, the Primary Programme has been designed to be culturally sensitive. It includes top-quality teaching & assessment resources for international schools.
Foundation for Secondary Education
The Primary programme aids identification of a learner’s strengths & weaknesses to support learning & development. The Primary programme progresses learners seamlessly into the Cambridge Secondary programme.
Cambridge Primary complements a range of teaching methods & curricula.
|Tamil/Hindi||Art & Craft|
|Tamil/Hindi/French* (4 & 5)||General Knowledge|
|Social Studies (3 – 5)||Yoga|
|Information and Communication Technology (ICT)||Performing Arts|
|Robotics (4 & 5)|
In our goal to provide a holistic education that develops responsible global citizens, our school uses a well researched and developed Life Skill program to impart ethics, values and civic sense to our students. We believe that an ideal learning environment shapes young students into confident and conscientious adults. We actively promote community engagement and open dialogues amongst students which sharpens their sensitivity, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.
At the Primary Grade Levels, we conduct Periodic Progression Tests through written and activity-based assignments based on the various learning experiences enjoyed by the students during the teaching-learning sessions.
- Four Progression Tests.
Feedback/Reflection — In a year, four feedback sessions are scheduled for the Parents, where they meet the Teachers and get feedback regarding the student’s progress.
Cambridge Primary Checkpoint
Cambridge Primary Checkpoint tests are external assessment tests. The aim of checkpoint tests is to provide a cumulative measure of performance at the end of the primary learning phase, identifying students’ strengths and weaknesses from the test-result analysis.