George Town Primary School

welcome to george town primary school

The mission of George Town Primary School is to ensure a positive learning environment where students are able to reach their full potential.   Stakeholders together maximising open dialogue and utilising relevant and creative teaching practices to empower students to master the curriculum, embrace challenges and contribute positively to society.


  • principal's welcome

    Dear Students, Parents and Staff:

    Welcome to the new academic year! Our commitment at George Town Primary School is to provide a safe and intellectually stimulating environment that will enable our students to accomplish their full potential. It is our mandate to empower our learners to be innovative, critical thinkers and creative problem solvers in order for them to function effectively in the twenty-first century.

    GTPS is a school with high standards and expectations for all students. All stakeholders are serious about raising expectations for every student at every level in every classroom. We believe in the mantra-Every Child Can Learn. We highlight not only high achievement but effort. We have a plethora of co-curricular activities to support our academic programmes thoroughly to which our students can develop positive skills. We take pride in promoting leadership, responsibility, respect and readiness among all learners. It is with pride that we promote the school’s Mantra and Core Values which are entrenched on the principles of achieving excellence, greatness, success, team work, positive attitude and potential development. We believe these values are key to enable our students to become responsible members of this country. We have an excellent track record in sports and a rich legacy in catering to the holistic development of our learners.

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    news from the dept. of education services

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    Sharon (Marie) Martin Primary School Becomes Marie Martin Primary SchoolGrand Cayman, Cayman Islands, 09 May 2024.  The Ministry of Education is pleased to announce an amendment to the name of the Sharon (Marie) Martin Primary School. It will now be officially named the Marie Martin Primary School. This change reflects the wishes of its namesake, Ms. Marie Martin, a former principal more ❯
    Johann Uy Named 2024 Butterfield Young Musician of the Year
    Johann Uy Named 2024 Butterfield Young Musician of the YearGrand Cayman, Cayman Islands, 7 May 2024.  Johann Uy, a 16-year-old pianist from St Ignatius Catholic School, was named the 2024 Butterfield Young Musician of the Year on Monday, 29 April. He was chosen from among nine talented instrumentalists who performed classical pieces on the piano, violin, cello, and saxophone.   Pianist more ❯
    DES Announces Updates to 2023-2024 School Calendar
    Cayman Islands, 22 March 2024. The Department of Education Services (DES) advises parents and guardians of updates to the 2023-24 school calendar to ensure students meet the required instructional days.Changes to School Calendar:Extension of Final Term Days:Originally scheduled for half-days, 28 March and 28 June will now be full-day sessions for all public-school students.Instructional Day on more ❯
    Inter School Athletics 2024
    Department of Education Service and Department of Sports would like to announce the official dates of Inter School Athletics 2024:Inter-PrimaryTrack & Field EventsMarch 13, 14 and 15.Inter-SecondaryTrack & Field EventsMarch 20, 21 and 22.Both events will be held at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex.For regular updates on this event please visit the DES website at read more ❯
    Government School Registration Portal Closes in Anticipation of 2024/2025 Academic Year
    Grand Cayman, 29 January 2024. The Department of Education Services (DES) advises parents and guardians that the Government School Registration Portal closes at 5:00 pm on Wednesday, 31 January, marking the end of applications for the 2023/2024 school year."We look forward to welcoming a new generation of learners for the 2024/2025 academic year, " says DES Director,  Mr. Mark Ray. more ❯