Primary Highlights (APR/MAY 24)

Dear PYP Parents,

We welcome you to our April/May PYP Newsletter for the academic year of 2023-24. The PYP Newsletter is filled with helpful information regarding ARIS’s PYP (Primary Years Program). 

In  PYP,  we strive to develop international-minded learners by instilling in our students the attributes of the IB Learner Profile; to understand them and make a difference within our school and our community. 

Best Regards,

The PYP Team

Calendar Updates

22  April 2024: PYP Exhibition for parents

23 April 2024: PYP Exhibition for other schools and ARIS students

19 May:  Student Led conference

3 June: Reception Graduation

6 June: PYP 6 Graduation

14 June: Last day of school

General Information

Drop Off and Pick Up:  We appreciate your support regarding dropping off and picking up students on time.  In case of an emergency, kindly call our front office and inform them of the reason.  

Our office is open from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm

We start our Homeroom at 7:45 am 

If your child participates in extracurricular activities, their pick-up time is 4:20 p.m. 

This is our front office number for primary school: +233 54 189 7254

Submit excusal messages if your child is absent or late.

For any challenges on Toddle, contact Madam Nausheen: 

Connect to Liveschool parent portal and view your Child’s Liveschool weekly recap.


School Supplies: Please ensure that your child has all the necessary school supplies for their daily learning.

Healthy Habits: Encourage your child to maintain healthy habits, such as regular exercise, balanced nutrition, and sufficient sleep, to support their overall well-being and academic performance.


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An IB education develops lifelong learners. As your child’s first teacher, you play an important role in helping them take their learning deeper. Encourage your child to prioritise reflection.

We want students to think about their thinking.  An IB education is not just about memorizing facts and skills in isolation.  We say that as IB educators, our job is to help students learn how to learnMemorizing facts will only get you so far, but learning how to use your curiosity about the world around you to ask questions and investigate to find answers is a skill that sets students up for a lifetime of success. How can you prioritize reflection at home?  Ask them reflection questions