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Curriculum for Primary stages
The FEDEA Primary Curriculum (ages 5 to 11) has two stages, Primary A, which corresponds to Key Stage One (British Curriculum), for ages 5 to 7, and Primary B, which corresponds to Key Stage Two (British Curriculum), for ages 7 to 11.

Our Primary A curriculum includes the teaching of the following subjects:

English Language and Literacy, French, Mathematics, Science, Geography, History, Communication and Social Skills, Art, Technology, Music, Personal Autonomy, Physical Education (Swimming, Jogging, Scooter, Minigolf, Roller-blading, Ice-skating, Tennis).

Our Primary B curriculum builds on the work done in Primary A and includes the following subjects:

English Language and Literacy, Mathematics, Science, Geography, History, Social Skills, Art, Technology, Music, Personal Autonomy, Physical Education (Swimming, Jogging, Scooter, Minigolf, Roller-blading, Ice-skating, Tennis) and French.

At this stage the students have more English (especially grammar and literature), more Mathematics (especially geometry and problem solving) and more French.

All students enrolled in our Primary A and B classes have access to the FEDEA Music Program. This program includes the history of music, music theory, listening and singing. The students also have the opportunity to study and become familiar with various instruments (flute, drums, cajón, piano).

FEDEA can teach this curriculum to each primary aged-student with autism, adapting it to his/her level, and he/she will follow it with pleasure and success !

Students with more limited academic aptitude are also taught all subjects of the FEDEA Primary Curriculum. The Primary Curriculum is of course adapted to their level and is also age appropriate.
More information on +41218036230 or by e-mail info@fedea.ch .

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