Iskuls are schools, made of a combination of masonry and carpentry with bricklayers and carpenters working together. The cloisters and corrugated iron rooves are made by carpenters, the walls and floors are generally brick, mortar, cement and plaster. The buildings of an iskul are mostly each I-pong shape.
The image shows the design for a primary school which has five class rooms, Kindergarten to Class Four. All public (state-operated) schools have approximately the same design and measurements.
An iskul consists of three disconnect structures: i) a head master’s office, ii) lavatory facilities and iii) the classrooms. The central courtyard features a flagpole, and the windows are larger than windows in residential structures, to allow for an abundance of air and light. There is a playing field in front of the school.