Literacy is a vital part of a child’s education, understanding the basics of English language is key to comprehending other subjects. As soon as pupils have mastered their sounds we encourage reading and writing activities.
Reading – expands the vocabulary.
Writing – drives critical thinking.
The schools book club is the pride and joy of our school, pupils are thought to relate stories they have read in their own words and form a perspective, the activities within the book club encourage social interactions. Literacy and debate club is another exciting opportunity to learn, pupils are more outspoken and gain confidence speaking amongst their peers.
Poetry enhances their ability to express their emotions with words
Science helps the children understand their environment and the world around them and as such we attach so much importance to the study of science. The learning outcome is to
- Develop their curiosity towards nature and the world around them.
- Allow pupils to be observant and draw conclusion using scientific knowledge.
- Relate science to their daily activities and everyday life experiences.
Have basic knowledge of scientific concepts and how science impact the various areas related to Science
Numeracy lessons are designed to be interesting; learners are taught to solve math problems using different methods. Basic math concepts are introduced using games or worksheets. We basically aim to;
- Arouse their love for the subject.
- Develop their mathematical understanding with their peers.
- Inspire them to apply mathematic approach in practical problem solving.
- To deepen pupils understanding of Math and build links between mathematical strands.
- To encourage mental arithmetic and discourage the use of calculators as much as possible.
The children are exposed to ample resources that throw light on historical events. All classes will embark on excursions to rich historic sites as a means to bringing history closer to the children. We aim to
- To arouse the pupils interest in inquiry into the past and how the past links the present.
- To develop the children’s historical knowledge and skills and a sense of sequence of an event.
- To create a sense of awareness of historical events as well as their cultural origin.
Religious education is another essential part of the curriculum. The school tends towards Christianity, however children are exposed to the workings of varied religions around the world. All pupils are expected to attend assemblies and participate in all religious education lessons.
At Sang Bleu Academy, PHE is taught to promote the pupils personal and social development as well as their health and total well-being.
Here the focus is to ensure that pupils;
- Stay safe and keep others safe.
- Develop confidence in their own abilities.
- Help others to improve in their abilities.
- Participate actively as members of their democratic society.
- To understand the differences in people
- To develop, value and keep healthy relationships with others
- Develop sense of responsibility and independence.
At Sang Bleu PE is aimed at making the pupils learn to identify their value and live up to them, deal with risk and meet challenges in achieving their goals and to value their own achievement.
Music plays a vital role in our lives and in learning. In section of the curriculum pupils are encouraged to use instrument to express their musical ideas, create and modify movement as well as perform on a given platform. Children from different cultural background are encouraged to share ideas, thoughts and feelings through music.
The study of Art & Craft at Sang Bleu is to foster in the children the sense of creativity and imaginative thinking. Our arts and craft room is designed to inspire the children to innovation. We encourage pupils to appreciate the ideas and work of different artists with a view to learning from them, as there is a story behind any piece of art. Children are taught to appreciate and relay a story, an idea, or a phenomenon through art. Our focus is to
- Encourage the technical skills and creativity of the pupils.
- Develop confidence in their ideas and designs.
- Help pupils understand that art is a form of self-expression and communication.
- Help pupils to be able to compare their art piece (visual and non-visual art) with that of others.