Timeless Teachings in a Changing World

FLA researches and examines all the different ways to improve the school system. The complexity of this task is high; however, the Programme for International Student Assessment (Pisa) now makes it possible to compare the quality of educational outcomes regularly and directly across education systems.

FLA simply looks at the top ten reports of the highest performing countries and what the reports reveal in key subject areas. Based on these reports FLA can more concisely improve their Teacher and Student Timetables and Curriculum very regularly. The Ontario, Canada Ministry of Education Standards is the foundation of FLA’s Curriculum building.

FLA students learn Reading, Writing & Grammar in three languages: English, French and Swahili.  They also have the following classes: Mathematics, Sciences (with Gardening included), Social Studies, African History, Geography, Coding, Internet Safety, Life Skills, Physical & Health Education, Visual Arts, Business & Entrepreneurship Studies.

FLA students also have extracurricular activities such as Karate, Dance, Swimming, Soccer & Music.

Should parents wish to travel to another country in the future, all they will need from FLA is a Transfer/Leave Certificate and their child’s report card.

The FLA Certificate is recognized internationally.