Primary Education varies according to the curriculum the schools teach. It generally runs from the ages of 5 to 11. Children are usually taught by one homeroom teacher who instructs them in all subjects, though some international schools will employ a local and expatriate teacher.
Many international schools offer specialists to teach the children in subjects including languages, IT, PE, Art and Music. Children will also be able to develop their interests with a range of extracurricular activities.
Some schools are on larger campuses, which also houses a secondary school, meaning primary pupils can benefit from a wider range of facilities, while some are separate from senior campuses. It is best to visit schools you are interested in and see for yourself how you and your child like the campus.