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Primary School Notes Darasa la 3 | Standard 3 All Subjects

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Primary School Notes Darasa la 3 | Standard 3 All Subjects

Primary School Notes Darasa la 3 | Standard 3 All Subjects

Primary schools

In most parts of the world, primary education is the first stage of compulsory education, and is normally available without charge, but may also be offered by fee paying independent schools.

The term grade school is sometimes used in the US, although this term may refer to both primary education and secondary education.

The term primary school is derived from the French école primaire, which was first used in an English text in 1802. In the United Kingdom, “elementary education” was taught in “elementary schools” until 1944, when free elementary education was proposed for students over 11: there were to be primary elementary schools and secondary elementary schools; these became known as primary schools and secondary schools.

Primary school is the preferred term in the United Kingdom, Ireland and many Commonwealth nations, and in most publications of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

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Elementary school is still preferred in some countries, especially in the United States and Canada.

In some parts of the United States, “primary school” refers to a school covering kindergarten through to second grade or third grade (K through 2 or 3); the “elementary school” includes grade three through five or grades four to six. In Canada, “elementary school” almost everywhere refers to Grades 1 through 6; with Kindergarten being referred to as “preschool.

Theoretical framework of primary school design

School building design does not happen in isolation. The building (or school campus) needs to accommodate:

1. Curriculum content

2. Teaching methods

3. Costs

4. Education within the political framework

5. Use of school building (also in the community setting)

6. Constraints imposed by the site

7. Design philosophy

Each country will have a different education system and priorities. Schools need to accommodate students, staff, storage, mechanical and electrical systems, storage, support staff, ancillary staff and administration.

The number of rooms required can be determined from the predicted roll of the school and the area needed.

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Primary School Notes Darasa la 3 | Standard 3 All Subjects

An optimum school will meet the minimum conditions and will have:

adequately sized classrooms—where 60 m2 in considered optimum but 80 m2 for the reception class

specialized teaching spaces

a staff preparation room

staff welfare facilities

an administration block

multipurpose classrooms

student toilet facilities

a general purpose school hall

adequate equipment

storage

a library or library stocks that are regularly renewed

computer rooms or media centres

counselling, sick and medical examination rooms

Primary School Notes Darasa la 3 | Standard 3 All Subjects

1. SAYANSI NA TEKNOLOJIA / SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY NOTES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL | TIE BOOK

Sayansi na Teknolojia darasa la 3

Scince and Technology Standard 3

2. URAIA NA MAADILI / CIVIC AND MORAL EDUCATION NOTES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL | TIE BOOK

Uraia na Maadili darasa la 3

Civic and Moral Education Standard 3

3. STADI ZA KAZI / VOCATIONAL SKILLS NOTES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL | TIE BOOK

Stadi za kazi darasa la 3

Vocational Skills Standard 3

4. MAARIFA YA JAMII / SOCIAL STUDIES NOTES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL | TIE BOOK

Maarifa ya Jamii darasa la 3

Social Studies Standard 3

5. KISWAHILI NOTES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL | TIE BOOK

Kiswahili darasa la 3

6. ENGLISH NOTES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL | TIE BOOK

English Standard 3

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