Primary School

Unique and world-leading primary education at Finnish School of Kosovo includes grades from preschool and grades 1 to 6. At this level, students take the first steps towards their development as independent learners and responsible citizens in society.

Taking the first steps in the learning journey

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Becoming a student
Exercising the mind
Taking responsibility
Learning how to read and write
Developing math skills
Learning through creative art
Obtaining knowledge in languages
Use the most advanced technology for educational purposes
Exploring nature and experimenting in food science

The teaching of grades 1 and 2 at Finnish School of Kosovo takes into account the pre-school and early-stage education skills. The special function of these grades is to provide a foundation for pupils’ positive perception of themselves as a learner and a pupil and to develop the skills for later work and learning. At the beginning of basic education, careful monitoring of each pupil’s progress is particularly important in order to ensure that the student has the preconditions for progress.

During this period, the main objective is to learn how to develop learning skills and to identify and develop their own learning habits and skills. Students are encouraged to accept themselves, to identify and defend their borders and rights, and to take care of their own safety. They are also guided to understand their responsibilities and responsibilities as well as constructive expression and interaction. No bullying or discriminatory behaviour is allowed.

Pupils’ interest in ethical, moral and environmental issues is utilized by creating opportunities for discussion and reflection, as well as for engaging in participation and accountability. Students are encouraged to make choices from their own starting point, avoiding gendered solutions. Particular attention is paid to the needs of pupils’ guidance and support.

In these grades, the basic skills acquired in the lower grades are strengthened and supplemented and new things are learned. The number of subjects is increasing and teaching aims to find natural situations for defragmentation. The implementation of multidisciplinary learning modules strengthens co-operation between the subjects and provides opportunities for students to gain valuable experience in their age.