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Primary School:

The Primary School consists of grade 1 to 5 students, each section not exceeding 20 students per class.

Our philosophy is to encourage and guide students to regard their studies as a means to self discovery. Activity-based learning is preferred, where possible, so as to stimulate student participation and make the learning process more dynamic. As such, students are placed at the centre of their learning and are expected to develop and express individual points of view. Studies are enquiry based and project-oriented, emphasising conceptual understanding.

The school has a strong reading programme. All classes have an allotted period in our well-stocked library and each student keeps a personal reading journal. A remedial programme caters to students who are not proficient in English.

At LGS, we value parental involvement in all stages of the learning process. The involvement of the family in the education progress of each student is fundamental to further enhance the teaching- learning process. The relationship between student, parent and teacher is critical in communicating the school’s expectations and mitigating possible problems, thus serving the learning needs of our students.

Middle School:

The Middle School consists of students of grade 6 to 8 who at the end of grade 8 appear for the IGCSE Checkpoint assessment. The academic syllabus of the Middle School prepares our students for the rigours of the IGCSE programme they will study in classes 9 and 10.

The LGS environment emphasises excellence and achievement, actively embraces cultural diversity and acknowledges and accommodates the needs of the students.

Integral to our philosophy is the recognition that students learn differently and that individual needs are best served by a broad and balanced curriculum, delivered using a wide range of instructional techniques. This is enhanced by a strong emphasis on co-curricular activities and individual projects.

IGCSE:

Students in grade 9 and 10 are guided by the International General Certificate of Secondary Education [IGCSE] curriculum from Cambridge University, UK, and are eligible to sit for IGCSE examinations at the end of grade 10.