KEY STAGE 1

Primary school children doing sports at Kennedy House International School in Usa River
Primary school children doing sports at Kennedy House International School in Usa River

Primary school children at Kennedy House School Tanzania Usa river

Primary school children doing geography at Kennedy House International School in Usa River
Primary school children doing geography at Kennedy House International School in Usa River

Key stage one at Primary school children at Kennedy House international Prep School Tanzania Usa river

Primary school children doing art at Kennedy House International School in Usa River
Primary school children doing art at Kennedy House International School in Usa River

Key stage one at Primary school children at Kennedy House international Prep School Tanzania Usa river

Primary school children doing sports at Kennedy House International School in Usa River
Primary school children doing sports at Kennedy House International School in Usa River

Primary school children at Kennedy House School Tanzania Usa river

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Key Stage 1 Teachers

 

Miss Emma Slater, Key Stage Leader, Year 1 & 2 Class Teacher

Mrs. Marushka Maree, Year 3 Teacher

 

Formative years...

 

The Key Stage 1 curriculum is designed to keep students interested and engaged in their learning and to ensure that there is continuation and progression from the Foundation Stage years.

 

English, Maths and Science are taught in accordance with the Cambridge Primary Curriculum, along with art & design, ICT, Physical Education, Global Perspectives, Music, History and Geography, French and Swahili.

 

Physical development is important at this age and our children swim, dance, take part in gymnastics and team games. Our classrooms are bright and engaging, reflecting the current unit of work and the children's continuous learning.

 

Literacy and numeracy tools cover the walls, immersing children in language and acting as scaffolding to reinforce concepts.We involve parents in children’s learning wherever possible and offer workshops so they can support their children's learning at home.

 

Students receive some homework in these years predominantly in numeracy, spelling and occasionally other areas such as literacy and humanities.