CHILD CENTERED ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE.
Our Curriculum is Child Centered.
Our pupils are exposed to practical lessons which include: Physical Education, Life Skills, Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
We strive to achieve academic goals through continuous assessment and homework to reinforce and recap what the teachers taught in class.
Students report to school at 7:30 A.M and leave at 3:30 P.M. The school has two Sessions: Morning and Afternoon Sessions for both Lower Primary: Standard 1, 2, 3 the Upper Primary: Standard 4,5,6.
CLUBS -CO-CURRICULA ACTIVITIES
La Salle Catholic primary offers a wide range of club activities for its pupils in addition to academic program.
Some of these club activities include: Music Club, Computer club, Wildlife Club, French Club, Debating club, Bible club, Indoor Games, Scouting Club.
Club meetings are scheduled to take place on Tuesdays after classes from 2:30 to 3:30 PM.
Each pupil is expected to take part in one club and participate in its activities fully during the course of the year.
OTHERS – SPECIALISED ACTIVITIES
Specialized activities take place on Thursdays after classes from 2:30 to 3:30 PM.
VISION, MISSION & CORE VALUE
To be a world leading institution that provides excellent education and inclusive formation.
Formation of all rounded students and creative thinkers
- Respect for all
- Environmental consciousness
- Equal opportunities
- Social responsibilities
- Team work
SCHOOL MOTTO AND AIM
AIM OF THE SCHOOL
Provide a secure environment for quality teaching and learning, spiritual formation and pastoral care.
Enter to learn leave to Serve
12 VIRTUES OF A LASALLIAN TEACHER
The twelve virtues of a good La Sallian teacher
Saint John De La Salle (1654-1719), Patron of all teachers, listed twelve qualities that characterize a good teacher.
Seriousness, an assured and composed presence eliciting respect.
Stillness and peacefulness, creating a quite atmosphere in the classroom.
Modesty willingness to admit one’s mistakes; courtesy towards the students.
Sound judgment, good sense, ability to listen; steadiness in any circumstance.
Discernment, circumspection; making judgment based on sufficient knowledge.
Composure, deliberateness, especially in difficult moment.
Reserve, self-control and restrain, even when annoyed.
Refinement, respect and kindness, as described in De La Salle’s writings.
Enthusiasm and warmth; cheerful involvement in all aspects of teaching.
Caring presence, with a watchful concern, like that of the Good shepherd.
Frequency raising one’s mind and heart to God, especially on behalf of one’s students.
Unselfishness; readiness to do more than requested