About Joanna Clarke Primary School
Joanna Clarke Primary School (previously Savannah Primary School) is the second largest government primary school on Grand Cayman and one of three schools that run the international baccalaureate programme. To be an IB school they have to ensure that their activities and classroom content is guided by the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme.
The mission of Savannah Primary School, in partnership with parents and other stakeholders, is to provide a dynamic multi-cultural learning environment dedicated to developing confident, tolerant and disciplined life-long learners who can attain their full potential and interact effectively in the global community.
The vision for their school is "Inspiring students to become global citizens and lifelong learners".
Head of School: Mrs Carol Nyack
Catchment Area: Area on the east side of Spotts-Newlands Road to Beach Bay Road, and including the greater Pedro area.
To view their most recent school inspection report please see below:
Savannah Primary School - Overall Progress Assessed as 'Satisfactory' x 2
Follow-Through Inspection report - Savannah Primary School - October 2019
Follow-Through Inspection report - Savannah Primary School - November 2017
Some after school activities include: Literature Club, Spanish, Scrapbook, Aerobics, Cricket, Netball, Arts & Crafts, Book Cooks, Spelling Club, Drama, Cub Scouts and Mathematics.