We follow the English National Curriculum, used by over 30 000 schools in the UK and overseas. This brings reassurance to parents and stability to students, important when moving between countries.
We all benefit from its rigorous training for teachers, its reliable assessment system and its rich supply of books and other resources. We start in the Primary School with Early Years, progressing through Key Stages 1 and 2, following a well planned and tested programme of study in a range of subjects. Class teachers are familiar with British education and with our international environment.
In the Secondary School, specialist teaching programmes in Key Stages 3 and 4 develop deeper understanding across the arts, humanities, languages and sciences. Aged 16, students sit examinations in up to ten subjects, earning IGCSE qualifications that are recognised worldwide.
For their last two years, our students study for the International Baccalaureate Diploma, valued by universities and colleges around the world as ideal preparation for future study. The Diploma’s international focus makes it ideal for our students, whose experiences and skills mark them out as today’s global citizens and tomorrow’s global leaders. Increasingly, universities around the world prefer to take IB students.