ADMISSIONS FAQ’S

My child does not speak any English – how will he or she cope?


Our teachers and support staff are very experienced at helping students with little or no English to settle quickly and happily. They will make sure that your child plays games with classmates that develop vocabulary and fluency and our small class sizes mean that the staff can give your child a great deal of attention.




Is there a waiting list?


If a class or a grade level is full, a pupil may be accepted to our school but, placed on a waiting list until space becomes available.




How do I apply to Kam Kindergarten and Primary School?


In order to apply to our school parents/guardians are encouraged to visit us during school hours (i.e Monday to Friday 07:00hrs to 16:00 expect public holidays).




Do you have a special Kindergarten wing?


Yes, all of our Kindergarten rooms are clustered together, in the early learning centre building.




What happens if my child gets sick or hurt?


You will be called right away if the injury is severe, or if your child needs to go home due to illness.




What makes your Kindergarten program unique?


To start, we offer an enriched program with the focus being that the students will enter grade one with the fundamentals of reading and writing, as well as having an introduction to math.




What makes your Kindergarten program unique?


To start, we offer an enriched program with the focus being that the students will enter grade one with the fundamentals of reading and writing, as well as having an introduction to math.




Can my child leave the school grounds during normal hours?


Children are not permitted to leave the school site without permission from the school or parent. A Leave Passfor outside appointments must be completed by a parent or nominated adult. These forms are available from the front office.




Do I need to present immunisation records?


On admission to school, parents of kindergarten, pre-primary and primary children must present their child's Immunisation Record Card




How does the school deal with chronic or serious health problems?


Children with asthma, diabetes, severe allergic reactions, heart problems or any diagnosed health concern are identified on enrolment. An Action Plan is developed (and updated annually) to ensure that proper emergency procedures are in place. Information is then passed on to staff.




What do I do if my child has lost a piece of clothing?


Parents must either sew a name label into all clothing or write the child’s name in indelible ink. Looking after belongings is a key skill for all our children and a name label makes this easier. However,items that are lost will be placed in the lost property basket. We will do our utmost to find lost items but we are unable to provide a replacement




Can my child bring toys in to school?


No, we normally discourage toys or collectables (e.g. football cards, fidget spinners) being brought to school, unless the class teacher has specifically requested that they do. Please always check with the class teacher.




What are your class sizes?


This varies from class to class but most classes are between 25 - 30 students per class.




Further Information Required


If your query has not been answered please contact the school during business hours.





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Nationalist Road,

Kamwala South,

Lusaka, Zambia