It can be daunting for any parent when sending their precious child to their first school. There are so many things to consider. You want to give your child the absolute best start in life and you know that Primary School forms the foundation for their future development, achievements, and overall happiness. The early years are a time of rapid growth and learning – a period when essential cognitive, social, and emotional skills are developed.
This time provides the building blocks for a child’s future academic success, shaping their attitude towards learning and their ability to navigate the world around them.
Students can join Thomas Keith Independent School from the age of 5 years and, by investing in a nurturing, stimulating, and balanced environment during these formative years, you are setting your child on a path towards reaching their full potential.
In essence, the start we give our pupils helps define their trajectory, becoming a cornerstone for their lifelong journey of discovery, growth, and fulfilment.
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Why study at Thomas Keith Independent School?
- Study the World-Class British Curriculum
- Accredited British Qualifications
- Live Timetabled Classes Online
- Study Online from Anywhere in the World
- Small Class Sizes for Individualised Attention
- Interactive Lessons with Friendly Expert Teachers
- Live Classes are Recorded for Revision & Catching Up
- Build Stronger Family Bonds
- Track Your Child’s Progress in Real-Time
- Strong Exam Preparation
- Zero Bullying Policy
Small Class Sizes for Personalised Learning
We do not have lecture style classes with hundreds of students like many other online schools.
The maximum number of students in each class at Thomas Keith Independent School is 19 and most classes are much smaller than that. Every time the class number hits 20, we split the class into two.
The Key Stage 1 curriculum at Thomas Keith Independent School Primary Level includes seven subjects. Students can choose as many or as few of the subjects as they like.
Please be advised that the courses and subjects are subject to availability and demand and are strictly allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis.