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Every girl and boy achieves academic success at Intel school, by working at a level that suits their capabilities in lower classes to secondary schools, where they can often benefit from individual attention alongside the dynamics of class participation.

Our teaching is structured by the National Examination Council of Tanzania (NECTA) curriculum that encourages students to actively learn more from kindergarten to secondary school.

Primary:

At Intel School we provide full-time, supervised education for pupils, which give them experience in linguistic, mathematical, scientific, technological, human and social, physical, personal and health education which reflects our aims and ethos, and aesthetic and creative education. Our pupils acquire skills in speaking and listening.

The main subjects taught are English, Mathematics, Science, Kiswahili, History, Geography, Civics, Vocational Skills (V/S), Personality, development studies (PDS) and ICT.

Nursery:

Our subject matter is appropriate for the ages and aptitudes of our pupils, including those pupils with learning difficulties. All pupils have the opportunity to learn and make progress and we provide good preparation of pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of future studies.

  • Drawing
  • Coloring
  • Writing
  • Picture identification
  • Identifying letters
  • Reading
  • Spell and Sound.
  • Oral English

For secondary school:

At Secondary level our teaching is structured by the national curriculum that encourages students to actively learn more of the science, business and social studies.

Pre-form one course will groom your child well for his/her entry to form one. This course normally starts from September to December each year.

Form one to form four:

The following are subject offered:

English, History, Kiswahili, Geography, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Commerce, Bookkeeping, ICT, Bible knowledge and Civics.

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