List of Primary Schools in Botswana

List of Primary Schools in Botswana

What is Primary Schools?

A primary school, junior school, elementary school or grade school is a school for primary education of children who are four to eleven years of age. Primary schooling follows pre-school and precedes secondary schooling.

List of Primary Schools in Botswana

Hillcrest Primary School. Plot 28436 Block 3 Ext 32, P.O.Box 20541, Gaborone.

Botlhale English Medium Primary School. Plot 42485, Limpopo Dve, P.O.Box 3076, Gaborone.

Kweneng International Secondary School.

Happy Home Academy.

Gaborone Aquatic Centre.

Okavango Research Institute.

Baobab School.

Clifton School.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many primary schools are in Botswana?

Table 2.1 shows that there were 821 primary schools country wide in 2017 of which 746 (90.9 percent) were government schools 10 (1.2 percent) were government aided and 65 (7.9 percent) were privately owned. This is an indication that government is the main provider of primary education.

How many government schools are there in Botswana?

Table 2.1 shows that there were 826 primary schools country wide in 2015 of which 755 (91.4 percent) were government schools and 71 (8.6 percent) were privately owned.

How many private schools are there in Botswana?

We found 31 Private Schools in Gaborone.

How is Botswana education system?

Education in Botswana is free for the first 10 years, which completes the cycle through middle school. The first 7 years of this are at primary school, where the pupil-teacher ratio is approximately 13 to 1. The medium of education is Setswana for the 1st 4 years, thereafter English.

How much do teachers get paid in Botswana?

A mid-career Secondary School Teacher with 5-9 years of experience earns an average total compensation (includes tips, bonus, and overtime pay) of P 183,819 based on 7 salaries. An experienced Secondary School Teacher with 10-19 years of experience earns an average total compensation of P 94,000 based on 5 salaries.

Can a foreigner teach in Botswana?

Any individual (citizens and non-citizens) who would like to be employed to teach at a private school in Botswana is required to hold a Teaching Permit. Who is eligible? All citizen and non-citizen graduates of colleges or universities, holding relevant teaching qualifications.

How much is student allowance in Botswana?

The tertiary students living allowance, he said was P1920 per month, but had since been reduced to P1420 per month. Therefore, given the current cost of living, Hon. Arone said the time had come for government to review with a positive view of increasing the allowance.

How wealthy is Botswana?

The economy of Botswana is currently one of the world’s fastest growing economies, averaging about 5% per annum over the past decade.

Is home schooling allowed in Botswana?

Homeschooling in Botswana is legal and we are seeing a rise in the number of families choosing this option for their children. Wolsey Hall Oxford was established in 1894 and has a reputation for providing quality courses to students worldwide.

What’s it like to live in Botswana?

Botswana also has a big diamond industry, and is the continent’s richest country, maintaining one of the most stable democracies in Africa. This is great news for expats moving to Botswana, providing promise of a stable economy with a GDP of US$15.78 billion dollars, a good job market and an affordable cost of living.