lower Primary Overview
The Lower Primary is a happy and vibrant environment to learn. CPA Kindergarteners transition to Primary One at age six, while Primary One and Two pupils transition to P2 and P3 at ages 7 and 8 respectively at the beginning of a new academic year.
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We enrol non-CPA learners based on available space after they have successfully gone through an entrance examination.
Learners arrive in school at 7:00am and close at 4:00pm. As it is characterised throughout CPA, the Lower Primary has small class sizes to ensure provision of excellent staff to pupil ratio, and to meet each learner’s needs through class teaching by teachers and subject specialists across all levels.
During their three years at the Lower Primary, learners follow the curriculum outlined in the National Standard Based Curriculum, and, a unique CPA content as guided by the four pillars of learning set by UNESCO; learning to know, learning to do, learning to be, and learning to live together. Our co-curricular activities are designed to give opportunity to learners to develop their individual skills and exhibit them.
Class teaching is practised at the Lower Primary where particular teachers manage a class in which they teach Mathematics, English Language, History, Our World Our People (OWOP) and Religious and Moral Education (RME), while Ghanaian Language, French, Computing and Creative Art are taught by specialised teachers.