Primary School

At Sancta Maria, we believe in nurturing young minds and fostering a love for learning that lasts a lifetime. As part of our commitment to excellence, we are proud to offer the Cambridge Primary Years Programme (PYP) – a comprehensive curriculum designed to inspire curiosity, critical thinking, and holistic development in our students. Through the PYP, we empower our students to become confident, compassionate, and globally-minded individuals who are equipped with the skills and knowledge to thrive in an ever-changing world.

We offer the following subjects in Primary School:

At this stage, we instill a love for learning and academic curiosity as students are steered on the path to becoming confident, skilled and responsible individuals.

The Primary Years programme focuses on these key areas to provide a well-rounded education for students:

Subject Knowledge

Inquiry-based Learning

Communication Skills

Personal, Social & Emotional Development

Active Learning

Integrated Curriculum

Reflection & Evaluation

These key areas of focus in the Cambridge Primary Years Programme create a well-rounded and engaging learning experience for young learners, fostering their intellectual, emotional, and social development.

Areas of Learning

The PYP focuses on developing students’ academic, personal, and social skills through an inquiry-based approach to learning. At Sancta Maria, students are encouraged to explore, question, and think critically to deepen their understanding of various subjects.

We offer a wide range of subjects from Grade 1 through Grade 5:





Second Laguage (Choice Between Hindi/Spanish/French)

Second Language (Choice Between Hindi/Spanish/French)

Global Perspectives

Computing and Digital Literacy

Physical Education

Performing Arts

Art & Design

Art & Design

A Third language with choice between Hindi/Spanish/French/Telugu is offered in Grade 4 & Grade 5.

At Sancta Maria, highly trained teachers guide students through engaging and interactive lessons that are tailored to meet individual needs. Students actively participate in hands-on activities, collaborative projects, and real-world connections, which enhance their understanding and application of knowledge.