Red Bay Primary School opened its doors to students in January 1993. The school is located in the community of Red Bay on the south-east side of Grand Cayman in the district of George Town. Our school is flanked on the east by The Achievement Center pre-school and on the west by the Lighthouse School.
Red Bay Primary is a co-educational government school with enrolment available for students between the ages of 4 to 11 years old, developing our Reception to Year 6 groups.
Our school motto is, (I.C.E.) “Integrity, Compassion, Excellence,” and is used to guide the culture and ethos created for all members of the RBPS community of learners.
Charter of Rights for Children
Children have the right to:
- be treated with respect
- be treated kindly
- be listened to
- be helped
- not be bullied
- not be lonely
- be happy
- feel wanted
- be safe
- be special
- be treated equally
- join in games by agreement.
Our School Pledge
We, the students of Red Bay Primary School, pledge to make a difference; a positive difference in the way we learn, a difference in the way we explore the world.
We pledge to put forth our VERY BEST; striving for excellence, striving to be exceptional, extraordinary, to be doers.
We pledge from this day forth to serve our community and
Compassion our country with integrity, compassion, and excellence.
We pledge to be responsible, bold, principled and successful; doing all things through Christ who strengthens us.
Our Vision Statement
Our vision is to create learners prepared for tomorrow’s
challenges in a global society, where ALL stakeholders are:
Responsible lifelong learners;
Ethical users of technology;
Tolerant of, and support each other;
As a school, we believe:
- in actively promoting integrity, compassion and
- the learning process is as important as the learning
- in nurturing innovative teaching and leadership roles.
- in a child-centered approach that optimizes the
achievement of a broad and balanced educational
- an active positive partnership between parents and school
is vital to a child’s personal and educational development.