Primary School

Mrs. Musonda – Vice Principal

Welcome to Primary School

Mrs. Musonda – Vice Principal

Lower Section

Ndola Trust School has eight classes in the Lower Section. There are two streams of each grade from Reception to Grade Three

  • English Language (Creative writing, oral language, phonics reading)
  • Mathematics
  • Handwriting
  • Integrated Science
  • Social Studies
  • Physical Education
  • Swimming
  • Music
  • Art
  • Creative and Technology
  • Religious Education
  • French
  • Ichibemba
  • Infant Reading Programme

Upper Section

Ndola Trust School has seven classes in the Upper Section. All the grades have two streams

  • English Language
  • Mathematics
  • Integrated Science
  • Social Studies
  • Expressive Art
  • Swimming
  • Handwriting
  • Design and Technology
  • Ichibemba
  • French
  • Religious Education
  • Middle School Reading Program

Age Group - Lower Class

  • Reception Class – 5 Years Old
  • Grade One (1) – 6 Years Old
  • Grade Two (2) – 7 Years Old
  • Grade Three (3) – 8 Years Old

Age Group - Upper Class

  • Reception Class – 5 Years Old
  • Grade One (1) – 6 Years Old
  • Grade Two (2) – 7 Years Old
  • Grade Three (3) – 8 Years Old

Specialist Teachers

The school also has specialist teachers in the following areas

  • Library
  • Home Economics
  • Art
  • Swimming
  • Physical Education
  • Computer
  • Music
  • Creative and Technology
  • Religious Education
  • French
  • Ichibemba
  • Infant Reading Programme

Infant and Middle Reading Program

Two reading programs exist namely:

  • Lower School Reading Programme
  • Middle School Reading Programme

The programs for a basic reading progression supported by supplementary reading.

Library reading must be controlled and recorded.

An important part of the use of the program is the need to show great care of the books, and teachers must be diligent in ‘preaching’ care and enforcing it. This care must also extend to the program sheets themselves.

The school reading program must be organized centrally if maximum efficiency is to be obtained