An important part of Mount Sinai International School. Every
child is a valued member of our community and we aim to develop the
talent of each child to enable them to reach their full potential. As a
result, confidence is developed.
Classes are kept small and a variety of activities continue the learning process beyond the classroom.
The pupils beam with excitement as they are automatically motivated when they conduct experiments in all aspects of the curriculum. They make their own predictions before they carry out the investigations and this makes them eager to learn more and find out if their predictions are correct. After experimenting, they analyse and record their results then they present them using the Scientific Language.
This is such a rewarding experience to the children as they discover and learn about various living and non-living things around them.
|Middle School Teachers|
|Mrs. S. Chongwe Science & Maths||Mr. G. Phiri
|Mr. H. Elia
P.S.H.E & Citizenship
|Mrs. I. V. Gondwe
|Mrs. F. Kampira
Geography & History
Department of Mathematics
Mathematics for the middle school, classes 4, 5, and 6 have the curriculum which is based on the CIE or Cambridge International Primary Programme Math Tests, that continues in the High School. All the work taught is through mechanical, word problems and mental mathematics. Teaching and learning, writing class exercises, homework and some revision tests are conducted throughout the term.
Teaching and learning materials include textbooks registered as follows:
New Heinemann Maths Textbooks 4, 5 and 6.
Progressive Primary Maths Textbooks 4, 5 and 6.
CGP Textbooks 4, 5 and 6
-Mrs I.V. Gondwe
All these textbooks provide enough information for effective teaching in mathematics.