At LF, we follow the principles of Visible Learning to teach our learners the tools of success. The cornerstone of our work is based on the NESA curriculum, internationally known for its academic breadth and rigour, while meeting international standards.
We aim to build numerate and literate youngsters, who are critical and creative thinkers, determined to deal with others respectfully and ethically.
We balance the rigorous Cambridge curriculum with stimulating, fun and investigative learning experiences.
We teach students how to use Visible Thinking Routines in their daily work, to encourage the use of different thinking skills to help students think out of the box. Some of the thinking strategies used include Think-Pair-Share, See-Think-Wonder and more.
The Visible Learning approach teaches students “how to learn”. Students understand the value of having clear goals and expectations, seek feedback from others to improve and know exactly what they need to do to achieve success. Students take control of their own learning.
Our open spaces and break out areas encourage students to work collaboratively, developing the collaborative and social skills critical for their future success.
From Year 1, each year level has their own highly trained and qualified assistant teacher, which enables rich teaching opportunities under the guidance of our expatriate staff.
Our class sizes allow flexibility and dynamism in our differentiation for learners of all dispositions.
1 to 5-year olds
6 to 8-year olds
9 to 11-year olds
At LF’s Junior School, students get to experience a holistic education where they strive for high academic standards. We cultivate a love of learning and provide individual learning styles for all our children. Central to an Cambridge education is the development of general capabilities throughout all learning areas through general and STEM subjects.
(Selected students only)
Your child will undertake standardised diagnostic assessments to help identify their current level of understanding.
We close the gaps identified through the formative assessment. The learning and assessment cycle continues through observation, projects, assignments, tests, quizzes and presentations.
Class-based assessments will be conducted throughout the year. External examinations include the International Schools Assessment (Years 3 to 10). Standardised diagnostic assessments are completed twice per year to gauge individual academic growth.
Cambridge Primary Checkpoint is a series of assessments for use in the final year of primary education. It enables schools to obtain an international benchmark of learner performance to identify and address learning needs.
At LF, our Junior School classrooms are welcoming, light-filled spaces filled with a variety of tools and equipment to help students learn and express themselves.
Each classroom overlooks a shared, open learning space, featuring computers, small libraries and comfortable seating. Called ‘break out spaces’, these areas perform a variety of functions, but are most frequently used for differentiation and cross grade grouping.Learn More
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