Providing British Education for over 27 different nationalities since 1982.
We are a traditional British but diverse school with a modern twist
The British education system is world-renowned as one of the best. It highlights the uniqueness of students. Through the British National Curriculum with exciting, stimulating lessons students develop in all areas, not just in terms of academic ability. This is what sets British education apart from many others.
A head start
Schooling for the majority of students in begins at the age of 3, which is much earlier than many other systems of education around the world. This means that British-educated students have a head start in developing key skills and gaining knowledge. At this age, children are “sponges” soaking up as much information as possible and through interaction with their peers have much better-developed speech, motor, and interpersonal skills.
All students study a highly-structured set program (National Curriculum) which is a framework, developed to ensure all students have the essential knowledge they need to be educated citizens. The core subjects (English, maths, and science) are taught at each of the Key Stages (1-4) with a number of foundation subjects (from art and design to languages) taught as compulsory subjects at different levels. Personal, Social, Health, and Economic (PSHE) education help in forming the whole person by developing skills and providing knowledge important for health and in preparation basis.
Internationally recognized qualifications
Later in British schooling life (at the age of 16), they will take GCSE or IGCSE exams.
All areas of a student’s studies are tested, with English, maths, and science compulsory for all. All other subjects that a student is studying at this time are also tested and form a basis for further studies (A-level).
A universal language.
English is a global language with more than 1.5 billion speakers as a first or second language. It is a language that opens doors in many different ways.