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Kinder and Grade School

Basic Education Program (K-12)

Anchored on the Department of Education K-12 program, the FEU Diliman Basic Education is “intended to meet basic learning needs which provides the foundation on which subsequent learning can be based.” It encompasses kindergarten, grade school (Grades 1-6), junior high school (Grades 7-10), and academic tracks for senior high school (Grades 11-12).

The main purpose of FEU Diliman’s Basic Education program is the total development of the individual to reach his/her full potential. The essence of the program is to transform students to be critical thinkers, lifelong learners, and servant leaders through the school’s core values of Fortitude, Excellence and Uprightness.

Kinder Program

The Kindergarten program aims to develop a holistic and values-oriented student. It also aims to develop and prepare the student for grade school.

A large part of the program focuses on academic activities that are designed to develop reading, writing, language, science, and math skills. The environment is safe, nurturing, and student-centred. It provides advantageous learning opportunities that challenge students to develop logical and reasoning skills, as well become more self-reliant.

The Kindergarten program is also designed to develop the student’s social skills and confidence through play in a welcoming and well-monitored environment. Through teacher observations, anecdotal records, written activities, and student portfolios, the program measures the following areas in a young learner’s life: personal growth, social growth, and academic growth (language, literacy, numeracy, and the arts).

Grade School Program

The Grade School program (Grades 1- 6) is the foundation of basic education in FEU Diliman. It provides elementary education to students wanting to pursue secondary education (Grades 7-10), and eventually an academic track in senior high school (Grades 11-12).

The Grade School program follows the spiral progression approach across content areas as prescribed by the Department of Education. This is done by building on the same concepts developed in increasing difficulty as the grade level progresses. This approach aims to build student’s prior knowledge, enhance critical thinking, and develop reflective thinking in order to prepare them for the next phase in their academic journey.

There are eight (8) learning areas comprising the core curriculum: Integrated Language Arts (Filipino and English), Science, Mathematics, Araling Panlipunan (Social Sciences), Values Education, TLE with Computer, and MAPE (Music, Arts, PE).

Programs Offered


Grade School (Grades 1 to 6)

Age qualifications (as of August of the current school year)

Kindergarten : Five (5) years old

Grade 1 : Six (6) years old

Basic Education Department

2nd Floor, Annex Building

Office Hours: Monday to Friday
8:00 a.m. ─ 5:00 p.m.


Trunkline: (02) 8990-0430 loc. 1012