Logos School Primary DepartmentWe are very proud of our Primary Department and all we seek to achieve academically, socially and morally. We aim to explore the potential of each child and ensure that talents are fully realised in preparation for the future.
Students are taught using a British Based Curriculum, which is adapted to suit the needs of life in Cyprus and our multicultural status. All subjects of the British Curriculum are taught in each year.
We know that the success of pupils should to be recognised and celebrated at every opportunity. As part of our school behaviour policy, a team points system operates whereby children are rewarded for all aspects of good work and behaviour. There are 4 teams: Troodos, Akamas, Kouris and Amathus. Each week the winning team is announced during the Friday Congratulations Assembly and a reward given to each member of the team.
Individual pupils' achievements are also recognised; those chosen are invited to join the Principal for tea and cake at the 'V.I.P table'!
Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.
Proverbs 22 v. 6
Our students should:
- Develop academically, socially, emotionally, physically, morally and spiritually.
- Enjoy school.
- Learn in a stimulating environment.
- Be active in their own learning.
- Develop self-discipline.
- Be given a sense of self worth.
- Respect other cultures and traditions.
- Have an aesthetic appreciation.
- Learn about Cyprus.
The Primary Department offers all subjects in the National Curriculum of England to each year. These include
- Religious Education
- Physical Education
We currently have students from over 30 different nationalities in Logos School. Many of our students are not native English speakers and so they face the daunting challenge of not just learning a foreign language, but learning in a foreign language. Learning English as a Foreign Language is therefore an integral part of our Primary Curriculum.
Learning support is available for children with special educational needs.
Regular reports are provided that detail each child's progress and parents are always welcome to make an appointment with the teacher to discuss their child's progress at any time.
Classroom learning is reinforced by a wide range of visits and outings during the year.
Watch The Three Little Pigs by the Primary Department exclusively on YouTube