Our Obejectives

Our Objectives

Every Child Is Unique.

Just as no two thumbprints are alike, every child is born with a unique personality. He/She has a unique DNA print and brain network that dictates the manner in which s/he assimilates and processes information and reacts to stimuli. Midland Primary and High School aims to translate this belief into a pedagogy that adopts the child's unique learning style.

Education Should Foster Real Understanding.

Understanding is different from knowledge. Understanding relies on conceptual clarity, while knowledge relies on memory. The school aims to apply our belief through our proprietary content and assessment tools.

Real Understanding Through An Integrated Approach.

A school is a micro-system where different factors have an effect on the child. The teachers, curriculum, examinations, environment, infra-structure and activities together nurture the unique potential of the child.

At Midland Primary and High School we follow an integrated model of Learner Centric Education - where the child is at the centre of everything that we do. We call this model Litera Octave.

Midland Primary and High School has been conceived as a solution to the growing need of global schools in South Africa. The objectives of the school are:

Aim & Objectives

  • To prescribe and implement curriculum for physical, mental, emotional, intellectual and spiritual progress for achieving multifaceted development and growth of the younger generation.
  • To provide an environment for the development of quality of leadership, team spirit, sportsmanship, self-esteem and other social attributes to prepare children for facing real life challenges.
  • To shape global minds in a South African soul.
  • To provide access to world- class infrastructure and a practical curriculum that promotes all-round development of the child with proper values.
  • To enter into a strategic alliance with world class education institutes and universities for continuous renewal of state-of-art infrastructure to expose children in the international arena of school education