School Day

School Day

Lessons begin at 8:30am – Monday to Friday and all students are expected to be seated by 8:20am for registration.    Students coming after registration are considered late and will receive demerit points. The school does not guarantee adult supervision for children until 7:30 a.m. 

 

School Assemblies are held twice a week to reinfornce core values and morals.  Other assemblies might celebrate academic successes or give a class the chance to lead topic.

 

School closes for the day at 3:30pm from Monday to Thursday, and 1.00pm on Fridays. However extra lessons, fast track programme and student clubs start from 4-pm to 5:30pm on certain days.  Such days will be communicated to parents.

 

School closes for the day at 3:30pm from Monday to Thursday, and 1.00pm on Fridays. However extra lessons, fast track programme and student clubs start from 4-pm to 5:30pm on certain days.  Such days will be communicated to parents.

 

ECD/Foundation

Snack Break

Lunch Break

Mon – Thurs.10.00 am – 10.30 am 

12.25 pm – 1.00 pm

 

Friday10.30 am –  11.00 am 

 

Primary & High School

 

Snack Break

 

Lunch Break

 

Mon – Thurs.

 

10.30 am –  11.00 am

 

13.00 pm – 13.30 pm

 

Friday

 

10.30 am –  11.00 am

At the end of each school day, students in the ECD/Foundation and Junior schools remain in the school premises to wait until they are picked by parents or their proxies. A security staff is assigned the responsibility to look after the  students until all of them are picked. Parents who fail to pick their children after 4.45pm from Monday to Thursday and after 1.45pm on Fridays shall pay a late fee which is currently D50 (fifty) dalasi per child per hour. This also applies to the ECD/Foundation stage where a nanny takes care of the children whose parents come late for picking up.

 

 

For security reasons, parents who are unable to pick their children should notify the administration of the school about alternative arrangements.  Some form of identity of the person picking the child must be presented, failing which the child will not be released to anyone.