Our Class Structure
With fewer students in a class, a teacher has more time for each pupil and is able to focus more easily on every individual.
With more thorough observation and assessment possible than within a larger class setting, a teacher is able to deepen his/her knowledge of a child’s needs and consequently better draw out strengths and support weaknesses.
Children talk and participate more in smaller classes.
They are much more likely to interact with the teacher rather than listen passively during class.
There is a wealth of evidence to support the positive correlation between smaller class sizes and enhanced academic achievement.