Tree Tops Primary School is a school where parents and teachers work together to provide quality early childhood education. This co-operative approach allows you, the parent, to be actively involved in your child’s education and showing him/her that you care.
Tree Tops Primary School provides an exciting and imaginative environment for your child to enjoy. The school is committed to supporting your child’s learning and development as well as ensuring that all the needs of your child are met.
Tree Tops Primary School is fully inclusive to all, they have procedures in place to identify and respond to the learning and development needs of all children from the onset.
Tree Tops Primary School teaches the Zambian syllabus as outlined by the Curriculum Development Centre. They ensure that all topics in the prescribed books are well covered each term. Education is universal therefore text books, from countries with high standard of education are incorporated in order to widen the scope of the pupils.
Children comprehend material practically more than theoretically therefore field trips are an integral part of the class lessons. Pupils are averse to studying and recall information, from their practical experiences. The school endeavors to ensure that all pupils attend the field trips by charging minimum fees where necessary. Adequate notice is given at the beginning of each term. Places that the pupils have visited are the Hindu Temple, Kamwala Mosque, Zambia Daily Mail, Chilenge Monument, Muvi Tv and Mundawanga.
Pupils wear the uniform of their desired future careers and are taken to the actual location/organisations to receive practical instructions on the career e.g. health workers-UTH or clinics, pilots-airports, lawyers-court. In 2015, the pupils had the privilege of visiting ZAF Airport and touring the presidential plane . Other places the pupils visited are Kabwata and the Lusaka Magistrate Police Stations.