A 'Primary School' is the stage of education between pre-school and secondary school ages, usually from six to eleven.
It is also referred to as 'Elementary School' and almost everywhere it is the first or principal stage of compulsory education. To know more about the best primary school in Amsterdam you can click on this link.
Basically, primary education's principal goals are to provide basic literacy as well as numeracy while establishing the foundations of learning other subjects too such as geography, history, mathematics, and sciences.
In a primary school set up, children are placed in the care of one teacher who holds primary responsibility for the learning and welfare for an entire year. While the core subjects may be taught by this teacher, additional teachers can come in to teach certain special skills such as music or physical education.
By placing children in classes with a single teacher, the aim is to create continuity and the opportunity to build strong teacher-student relationships.
There are a number of useful techniques or resources that can be used to teach students in primary schools. Engaging, active teaching is essential to ensure enthusiasm and concentration. Fortunately, this is easy to do when it comes to teaching languages as games, songs, poems, and stories are all interactive and are a great introduction to new vocabulary.