Welcome to the VISP Primary Section

At VISP Primary we aim to make learning fun.

By providing the highest quality care and education for all our pupils we know we are giving our children the strongest foundations for their future learning. We follow the English National Curriculum which we are constantly adapting to meet our unique community’s needs whilst also ensuring that our students are prepared for an international life.

Each child is provided with a ClassDojo log in to enable parents to communicate easily with the class teacher and keep up to date with what is going on in the classroom through the Class Story Feature. For more information on how to sign up with ClassDojo speak to your class teacher or follow the link here


Year 1: Miss Emma & Miss Marie-Annette
Year 2: Miss Georgia & Miss Ging
Year 3: Miss Zoey & Miss Lindy
Year 4: Miss Noella & Miss Maryse
Year 5: Mr Martin & Miss Rabat
Year 6: Miss Lizzy & Miss Sarah

Head of Primary: Mr Howell

KS1 & Y3/4 PE: Mr B

Y5/6 PE: Mr Martin

Art: Miss Meg

French: Miss Lindy (Y6 Mme Dobson)

Additional Support: Mrs Thompson, Mrs Stravens

Core Values and Celebrating Success

At Vijay International School we believe in nurturing the ‘whole child’ and aim to develop self-motivated children who love to learn and are not afraid to take risks or make mistakes. Our ‘Weekly Values’ are designed to help raise awareness of and develop the skills children need to become effective learners as well as becoming thoughtful, respectful and confident individuals. New values are introduced in our Monday morning assemblies and one child is selected from each class to receive our ‘Value Superhero Award’ in our Achievement Assemblies on Friday afternoons. ‘Star of the Week’ awards are also given to the children who have set an excellent example or have achieved something special. Children also receive House Points as rewards for excellent work or behaviour.

primary star & value of the week VISP
Uniform and PE kit

Students can purchase their uniform (blue shorts/skirt and pale blue t-shirt) from the school office during working hours.  Children are expected to come to school dressed in the uniform and they are expected to keep their uniform clean and presentable.

Students must wear appropriate footwear throughout the school day.

Students’ PE kits can also be purchase (house team coloured shirt) from the office which can be worn on the days your child has PE.  Sensible PE shorts should be worn for PE, not denim.