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1st, 2nd & 3rd Terms
School starts at 7.30am and ends 1:00pm for the Standards 3 to 7.
Reception, Standard 1 and 2 classes end at 12:30pm.

The School offers and extensive afternoon programme in addition to the full teaching morning.

Legae English Medium School offers the following fully inclusive of the Termly Fees:

  •   Remediation for Upper School Students in Standards five and Six.
  •   Afternoon Study for students in Standards five and Six and Seven.

​Activities Include:

  •   Drama
  •   Lower School Choir
  •   Upper School Choir
  •   Lower School Marimba
  •   Upper School Marimba
  •   Junior Orchestra
  •   ICT Club
  •   Dance (Modern, Salsa, Ballroom)
  •   Counselling Club
  •   Championship Karate
  •   Art Club
  •   Home Economics
  •   Knitting
  •   Beading
  •   Book Club
  •   Library Club
  •   French Club
  •   Green Club
  •   Swimming
  •   Needlework
  •   Traditional Dance
  •   Rock Band
  •   Dressmaking
  •   Debate Club
  •   Public Speaking
  •   Spelling Bee
  •   Legae Ambassadors
  •   Horse Riding

Legae English Medium School also uses external experts in the field to offer:

  •   Dance (Modern, Salsa, ballroom)
  •   Chess
  •   Karate
  •   Taekwondo
  •   Fencing
  •   Young Entrepreneurs Club
  •   Komatsu Tennis
  •   Simply Science
  •   Football Coaching
  •   Violin
  •   Yoga
  •   Exercise Dance

Legae English Medium School has a comprehensive sporting programme which includes the following disciplines:

  •   Athletics
  •   Basketball
  •   Football
  •   Netball
  •   Softball
  •   Swimming
  •   Table Tennis
  •   Tennis
  •   Hand Ball
  •   Hockey
  •   Cricket
  •   Gymnastics

Each sport is taught during its sporting season. The School has the following Sports Teams:

(U= Under, e.g. U9 is Under 9 years old)

  •   Netball: U9, U11
  •   Football: U9, U11
  •   Softball: U11 (Boys and Girls)
  •   Basketball: U11 (Boys and Girls)
  •   Swimming: U8, U9, U10, U11, U12

Horse Riding Therapy

Since 2015 the School has offered the unique programme of Horse Riding Therapy for selected students. The healing power of horses is used to assist children to overcome, when needed, lack of confidence, low self-esteem, low academic achievement, learning difficulties and various disabilities and challenges. 

Please note that children should be collected from school not later than 15 minutes after the morning session ends or by 4.30pm if your child has attended afternoon activities. The school is not responsible for children left on the school grounds after these times. Children who are not participating in afternoon activities may not be left at school all day. Regretfully children who are continually left at school until late will be requested to be withdrawn as the school cannot be held liable.
Homework is considered an integral part of the child’s learning process and therefore it is important that parents ensure their children carry out the homework set by their teachers. Homework is given to all children from Standard 1 upwards. Each student is given a Homework Diary in which to record their homework on a daily basis.
A high standard of behavior is upheld at the school, with students being considerate to their teachers, other staff, peers and visitors. There is a clear discipline procedure in the school for teachers to follow which includes counseling for children and, if necessary, calling in their parents to discuss the problem.

Parents are always welcome at the school, but please make an appointment with the Head Teacher’s secretary in advance so that teaching is not interrupted.