Elementary School

Welcome to ISPP Elementary!

ISPP Elementary School comprises students from age 3 to 11 in our International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (PYP). Our rich mix of nationalities share their heritage, traditions and culture with pride and confidence. They do so in the knowledge that ISPP values our differences and celebrates our unity as members of the ISPP community. Top educators from around the world support happy, confident learners who strive to achieve their personal best. We are proud of our safe and inquiry-based environment for young learners.

Elizabeth Ford

Ms Elizabeth Ford

Elementary Principal

Effective partnership with parents

We strongly believe it is essential to establish an effective working relationship with families. Children will achieve more at school if parents have confidence in the staff and curriculum of their child’s school. If parents understand and support what our school aims to achieve, this will encourage their children to benefit fully from the learning experience the school offers. We appreciate parents who share their feedback.

Communication between home and school

In order to keep parents fully informed and engaged in their child’s learning, we have regular communication between home and school.

We use the online platforms Storypark (Early Years) and Seesaw (Kindergarten – Grade 5) to provide parents with an overview of their child’s learning across all areas of the curriculum, and home learning assignments in the event of school closure.

A report (generated by Managebac, and available in electronic form) on student progress, is provided at the end of each semester for students in Grades 1-5. Parent teacher conferences, three-way conferences and student-led conferences are held throughout the year.

Parents are also welcome, by appointment, to meet with their child’s teachers individually throughout the year.


The language of our school is English and all communication between home and school is in English. We would like to communicate with parents in their own language, but the number of different languages in our diverse school population prevents this. Parents are welcome to bring interpreters with them to meetings with teachers.

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