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.
Our students study the National Curriculum for England and Wales followed by the International Baccalaureate.
The National Curriculum of England and Wales seeks to:
We adapt the curriculum to make sure it’s suitable for our diverse group of students. As they go through the school, we keep a careful eye on how they’re doing with progressive and continuous assessment and review.
After following the National Curriculum, students move on to the International Baccalaureate. It aims to:
We think it’s important to educate the ‘whole child’. Personal, Social Health Education is part of this. We teach it at all Key Stages, equipping students with the knowledge, skills and understanding to take responsibility for themselves, show respect for others and develop self-awareness and confidence.
Our attentive class teachers and Learning Support department look out for students who need support or to be stretched a little more. We also help students with university applications and careers advice.
Files School Profile
EYFS Curriculum Overview
Key stage 1 Curriculum Overview
Key stage 2 Curriculum Overview
Key stage 3 Curriculum Overview
IGCSE Curriculum OverviewYear_11_CO_spring_2012.pdf
IB Curriculum Overview