Early Years (3 – 4 Years old)
Students build up foundation skills, such as gross motor and fine motor skills through different activities. They are introduced to numbers, reading and writing, while age appropriate investigation skills are developed by participating in suitable research projects.
Key Stage 1 (5 – 6 years old)
Years 1 and 2 is a critical phase for learning foundation reading, writing and numeracy. This phase builds upon the foundations laid in the Early Years. Students start to do research projects to develop reading skills, research skills and expand their understanding of the world.
Key Stage 2 (7 – 10 years old)
Key Stage 2 is the age for discovery learning. Students participate in a multitude of research projects, which enable them to experience the discovery of new knowledge while developing essential critical thinking and analytical thinking skills. Literacy and numeracy is continually developed through strong reading programmes, studies of literature, discovery, and exercises which support the students’ comprehension of mathematical and scientific concepts. A broader curriculum is offered to develop foundations in physical development, creativity and computer literacy.
Key Stage 3 (11 – 13 years old)
During these years, the focus shifts towards encouraging tolerance, building social skills and providing support structures which will help the students excel at school.
Students study English, English literature, Mathematics and Science based on the English National Curriculum. Research skills and inquiry-based learning are developed through a variety of subjects.
Key Stage 4 (14 – 15 years old)
At Key Stage 4 students undertake IGCSEs which are two years courses. Students take the IGCSE examinations at the end of Year 11. These exams, which are set, assessed and certified by Cambridge International Examinations, provide students with an international qualification that is recognised around the world.
6th Form (post-16 years)
The A-level qualifications are assessed and certified through Cambridge International Examinations and they award students with a rigorous international qualification that will gain them entry to the world’s top universities.