Preparing for success
In middle school, Years 7 and 8 form an important part of your child’s academic development. Work covered previously is consolidated and new subject areas are developed. These years also form an important base for senior study and qualifications. The programme is broad-based to ensure that diverse skills are developed to help successfully tackle a range of subjects at senior levels.
In Years 9 to 11, your child will prepare for the Cambridge IGCSE programme, one of the world’s most respected international qualifications for 14 to 16-year-olds. In Year 11, your child will receive a grade from A to G and a percentage mark for each subject. The curriculum caters for individual ability, with some IGCSE subjects having core and extended options. IGCSE provides your child with a foundation for higher AS and A-Level courses and is recognised by universities and employers worldwide.
In Years 12 to 13 we continue to offer a challenging curriculum with our Cambridge curriculum. Students are taught by specialist teachers and have the opportunity to choose some of their own subject areas. We prepare senior students for excellence in their Cambridge examinations and encourage them to take responsibility for their own learning as a way of preparing for further study at university and beyond.