Our new primary school will open doors to children in September 2024 and provide a consistently high-quality education. The experience will be genuinely child-centred and individualised, just as it is at our Flatiron campus now. Like all schools in the Shrewsbury family of schools, this is a holistic education that develops the whole child.
We are initially accepting children up to Year 4. The primary school profile will then grow to Year 6 over the next two years.
- dance studio
- drama studio
- music studio and practice rooms
- design and technology classroom
- specialist art room
- science laboratory
- computer science suite
- swimming pool
- library and collaborative learning area
- multi-use hall (indoor sports and assemblies).
- Indoor and outdoor play spaces
- Catering and dining facilities
- Modern IT and security networks
The children will be encouraged to approach lessons with enquiring minds and develop key skills that will help them meet future challenges and become independent lifelong learners.
Pupils thrive in our broad curriculum, centred on core literacy and numeracy skills that underpin all other subjects. Reading is promoted and supported throughout the school with designated libraries and a focus on ‘Reading for Pleasure’. The curriculum aims to inspire and challenge pupils and allow them to experience as wide a range of subjects as possible over the course of their time in primary years. Pupils benefit from being taught by subject specialists in areas of the curriculum, increasingly so in Key Stage 2.
Read more about our Key Stage 1 curriculum by downloading or opening this document.
|Design and Technology
|Languages (Mandarin and Khmer)
|Music, Drama and Dance
|PHSE (Personal, Health & Social and Economic Education)
As they progress through the school, pupils will have the opportunity to participate in regional and national competitions that support and enhance their studies.
The co-curricular programme is fully supported by passionate and skilled staff who deliver the programme, by excellent facilities and by the opportunities that come from being part of a wider regional network of British international schools, and part of the Shrewsbury family of schools.
Pupils when they are younger will be encouraged to ‘try themselves out’ and ‘take risks’ by taking part in activities that are new to them. As the pupils grow older the emphasis shifts to developing excellence, leadership and commitment to fewer co-curricular endeavours. Pupils are also guided to ensure they participate in a range of activities that give opportunities to develop interest and talent in sport, the creative arts and service. In essence, co-curricular involvement is fundamental to the Floreat model of whole-person education, and for pupils at Shrewsbury International School Phnom Penh, this is a significant and enjoyable element of their schooling.
Co-curricular activities take place every day after school.
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