“Learning does not end at the classroom, it only begins there. Most of my progress I made came from pondering over ideas I encountered in the classroom, then exploring them further. So be proactive, immerse yourself in the knowledge that’s being offered, ask yourself the question ‘why?’ and then go find the answer.”

Ken, Class of 2018


We deliver the English National Curriculum, which is creatively interlinked with the international primary curriculum (IPC). This leads to IGCSE and the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) in the sixth form level.

Early Years runs from Nursery to Reception and now has a purpose built centre, separate from but located near the main campus. Early Years pupils follow the English Early Years Curriculum.

The Prep School runs from year 1 to year 8 and has a foundation in the English National Curriculum, suitably enhanced and taking into consideration our international context and the needs of our pupils. These years provide a secure and purposeful start in a stimulating learning environment to ensure that everyone gets a solid grounding in the basic skills. The number of lessons taught by subject specialist teachers increases gradually to help pupils make informed choices about their future subject choices.

The Senior School commences with the English National Curriculum in year 9, leading to the two years of IGCSE in years 10 and 11. Upon successful completion of the IGCSE examinations, pupils can progress to take the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) in years 12 and 13, leaving them extremely well prepared to apply for university courses and future career paths.



Early Years


Prep School


IB Programme