The Key Stage 2 level comprises of Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6. This is the stage where academic foundation that is laid in the Key Stage 1 is built upon and consolidated. Learning activities at this stage are tailored towards the development of critical thinking and problem solving skills in the children. Teaching strategies employed here involve a lot of collaboration, individual and group projects and researches. Pupils get to do project presentations and defence using power point and other relevant computer packages. Pupils are exposed to rigorous but stimulating academic and mental experiences. Assessments here also include aspects that test children’s ability to infer, predict, apply, evaluate, synthesize and create. At the end of Key Stage 2, children are well grounded to tackle any challenge in colleges. Their Emotional Intelligence (EI) is adequately strengthened.