“Train a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not turn from it.” Prov 22:6

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ABOUT US - AN INTRODUCTION: The objective of having a private Christian School is to obey the spiritual imperatives of Deuteronomy 6:5-7: “... love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your might. And these words which I command you today shall be in your heart; you shall teach them diligently to your children...” and Proverbs 22:6: “Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he shall not depart from it.”
Teaching is training. Training for life must include training for eternity.

Parents have the God-given responsibility for raising their children according to His Word and Way. God has set the home as the basic centre of learning. The Christian school is an extension of the Christian home in training young people in a Christian environment for time and eternity. The school staff works closely with parents to train the student physically, intellectually, emotionally and spiritually.

Attendance in this school is a privilege and not a right. The goal of this school is not to reform, but to train Christian youth in the highest principles of Christian leadership, self-discipline, individual responsibility, personal integrity and good citizenship. This school upholds, without apology, the Gospel and the highest standards of morality and Christian behaviour.
  • General Background

    Accelerated Christian Education (A.C.E.) was founded in the United States of America in 1970 by Dr D.R. Howard, who believed and had a calling to develop a system of education that would overcome the weaknesses of the then present state of education in the USA. The A.C.E. system of learning has grown at a rapid rate and is presented in 145 (2014) countries around the globe.

    The All Nations Christian School (A.N.C.S.) was started in January 1989 by Pastor Volker Backhaus, who had a vision for a Christian school in Windhoek.

    This school falls under the pastoral authority of the leadership of All Nations Christian Church. Students and parents are expected to belong to and regularly attend a Bible-believing church.

    All Nations Christian School is recognised by and registered with the Ministry of Education and Culture. Should it become necessary for a student to leave and move to another school, credit will be given for the time spent and academics completed at All Nations Christian School.
  • Statement of Faith

    We believe in:
    1. The inspiration of the Bible, equally in all parts and without error in its origin;
    2. The one God (eternally existent Father, Son and Holy Spirit), who created man by a direct, immediate act;
    3. The pre-existence, incarnation, virgin birth, sinless life, miracles, substitution death, bodily resurrection, ascension to Heaven and the second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ;
    4. The fall of man, the need of regeneration by the operation of the Holy Spirit on the basis of grace alone, the resurrection of all to life or damnation;
    5. The spiritual relationship of all who believe in the Lord Jesus Christ, living a life of righteousness, separated from the world and witnessing of His saving grace through the ministry of the Holy Spirit.
  • Objectives

    1. To ensure that each student comes to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ, achieves a higher level of Christian maturity, attains a deeper commitment to Christ and becomes a more effective witness for the Lord.
    2. To emphasise the individuality of the person and to assist each student in properly responding to himself and to others, to develop self-confidence, individual God-given talents and abilities in creativity, goal setting, analysis, communication, academics and the principals of success.
    3. To promote self-discipline by training students to be relevant, consistent, appreciative, responsible and thorough in attitude, character and actions.
    4. To assist each student in seeking his purpose for life’s service and necessary preparation for eternity through emphasis upon Biblical relevance.
    5. To attempt with God’s help to compensate for any inadequacies in each student’s educational background.
    6. To provide learning opportunities; this is continuously progressive, thus minimalising failure or the need to repeat a grade.
    7. To help each student to learn how to live to honour the Lord by meeting the daily responsibilities with which God has entrusted to them.

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Academic Program
In applying the principles of a results – driven process, the ACE curriculum is made up of bite sized, achievable work texts called PACEs (Package of Accelerated Christian Education). Each level consists of 12 PACEs in each subject. The school levels are divided as follows:
1. JUNIOR AND SENIOR PRE – PRIMARY (4 to 6 years):
The Preschool with Ace and Christi programme is designed to develop the basic skills that prepare a child to be ready to learn to read.
The ABC’s of A.C.E. Learning – to – Read programme presents cartoon animals, songs and stories to provide children with a multi – sensory, phonetic skill set to learn to read. Students usually can read within 12 to 15 weeks.
3. LOWER PRIMARY (Gr. 1 – 4):
The Core Curriculum consists of Mathematics, English, Literature & Creative Writing, Social Studies, Science and Word Building. Students who need an extra challenge can work through the Expanded Curriculum – Bible Reading, Animal Science and Afrikaans.
4. SENIOR PRIMARY (Gr. 5 – 7):
Continues with the same subjects as the lower primary.
Our Academic Programme also includes weekly professional physical training with Intendo School of Movement and Music Appreciation which is offered by a professional choir master and presented in an enjoyable way.
Extramural Activities

Kiddie Sport is offered by the school as an extra-curricular activity that is conducted by the Kiddie Sport association.
It provides coaching in basic sport skills (e.g. tennis, cricket, hockey, golf, netball, and soccer) and improves co-ordination (e.g. skipping, balancing, catching, throwing, speed, agility, kicking, hopping and much more). The coaches receive in service training every two weeks. All children between the ages of four and nine may participate and enjoy personal attention, as groups consist of only six to seven children.
The activity takes place once a week, with half an hour sessions during normal school hours.

Swimming is offered by the school as an extra-curricular activity that is conducted by the Namibia Swimming Academy (NSA).
The activity takes place once a week, with half an hour sessions during normal school hours.
Field Trips & Honour Roll
A Field Trip is an educational excursion conducted once each term. Field Trips may include visiting places such as the Police Dogs Training School, the police, the airport, the fire brigade, the museums, Recycle Namibia and many more. These trips open the students’ eyes to their surroundings, community and city. Giving them new perspectives and broadening their horizons. Our students enjoy the Field Trips three times a year.

Honour Roll Trips are additional fun excursions to reward those students who have completed their prescribed academic work at the end of an academic term. These are conducted four times a year.
Parents are notified in advance to grant consent for their children to join the Field Trips and Honour Roll Trips.
Outreaches are conducted to lesser privileged people in the community. They are prayerfully planned and prepared. Students are actively challenged to contribute to these outreaches.

Our outreaches are a golden opportunity to share the Gospel and gain confidence in praying for others.

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