On behalf of Ezel Nursery and Primary School, I am thrilled to welcome you to our website.

Here at Ezel we are passionate about Quality Education and bridging the quality education gap between the rural and urban children. We are committed to providing a welcoming and child appropriate environment that makes learning fun for our children.

School is like a home to most children as they spend a reasonable portion of their time at school. Besides the class lessons, I understand that the safety and wellbeing of your children is paramount and at Ezel we make it a priority.

The staff, children and management are proud of Ezel Nursery and Primary School and are always pleased to show current and prospective parents around so that you can see what we have to offer your children.

Do not hesitate to contact us for more information

Opolot Ephraim
Founder and Director .

Years in Existence
Pupils Enrolled

Vision and Mission


For all children to have access to Quality Education that will enable them to achieve academic, physical, social and Spiritual excellence.


To provide a nurturing and developmentally appropriate environment in which children can learn and develop through study and play .

Our Pre-Primary School Classes

Baby Class (3-4 years)

Class recommended for 3 - 4 year olds. At this age your child is ready for pre-primary. They can learn through play, make friends, and develop responsibility, independence and confidence. Pre-primary can support and encourage your child’s amazing development – and it can be a lot of fun too.

Middle Class (4-5 years)

Recommended age for middle class children is 4 - 5 years. At this age your child should have been in pre-primary for at least 1 year (baby class) developing new and exciting abilities such as singing songs, skipping and hopping on one foot, making sentences and so on.

Top Class (5 -6 years)

At 5-6 years, your children is in their final year of pre-primary and should be getting ready to join Primary school. At this age expect tricky emotions, independence, friendships and social play, lots of talk, improved physical coordination, and more. It's good for children's development to play with you, do simple chores and practise classroom behaviour.