School History

Our school originally opened as a Pre-school in 1991. The founder of the school, Alison Williams, named the school Headstart Learning Centre. The school opened its doors with 2 children and enrolment rapidly grew to 25 within the first year.

In 1993 Headstart Learning Centre amalgamated with Turtle House School, another small school of 8 children. At this time it became a primary school offering a British based education to children from the age of 2 to 11 years.

In 1995 new premises were built at Tuckers Hill and the school was renamed Providenciales Primary School.

In 2003 Providenciales Primary School moved once more to a much more central and attractive location at Graceway. Due both to the current location of the school with its neighbouring facilities, and to the reputation that we have built up over the previous 12 years, enrolment has now grown to over 140 students with a waiting list for some classes.

Minister of Education, Honorable Lillian Been, at school opening, Dec 2003.

We consider ourselves to be very fortunate to be where we are today. We have fantastic kids, a dedicated and hard working team of teachers, a perfect location, and a warm, friendly and appropriately resourced environment to work and learn in. We all feel certain that we would have loved to attend school here when we were children!