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Vision & Mission

Vision
Nurturing Character, Inspiring Minds

Excellence in character and outstanding achievement is our promise, our value proposition, our philosophy, and our vision. It is fundamental to who we are.

We are an established, exceptional educational institution with experience in cultivating excellence in character and outstanding achievement.

We teach, nurture and guide young children by ensuring excellence in their character and empowering achievement and confidence.

We cultivate confident, caring, and well-adjusted young learners to experience success by providing them with the very best resources, staff, pastoral care, support and enriching experiences.

Primus Schoolhouse children emerge as responsible, resilient young learners who are engaged in the world around them, showing passion and compassion in equal measure, empowered to make positive contributions to humanity.

Mission

Children at Primus experience a holistic curriculum giving them opportunities to explore areas such as the Arts, Humanities, Science and Technology and Sports, as well as English and Maths, both as part of the daily curriculum and through the extensive after school enrichment programmes.

At Primus, we believe children learns best through play. Play helps a child develop concepts and understand how things and ideas are connected. Children naturally love to learn and do so at their own pace.

With a generous teacher to child ratio and a Lead English Teacher and a Lead Chinese Teacher in every classroom, children at Primus become confident and creative communicators.

By working closely with parents, Primus Schoolhouse aims to develop children of character who have all the tools they need to succeed in a rapidly changing, highly competitive, global society.

Primus provides small and nurturing centres designed to support each child as an individual.

With a generous teacher to child ratio and a Lead English Teacher and a Lead Chinese Teacher in every classroom, children at Primus become confident and creative communicators.

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