• A British International School

    Providing a premium, personalised education for your child

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  • Academic Success for All

    Your child will benefit from the rigour of a British education combined with the finest international curricula

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  • Creative, Engaging, Respected

    Our teaching staff have extensive experience of British and international teaching, inspiring your child

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  • International outlook

    With friends from around the world and an international curricula, your child will become a global citizen

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  • Join Us

    We would love to show you how we can support your child achieve more than they thought was possible

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  • Our active school community

    There is always a buzz about school, with a variety of events and activities, our community is always busy!

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Learning Support

Our commitment is to enable all students to achieve success and fulfil their potential.

  • Learning Support

We have a programme of EAL intervention across the Primary school to support students in their English language learning.  These students are either withdrawn from their class or receive support within their class to help them improve their proficiency in English so that they are able to access learning within the class.

In withdrawal sessions they are taught basic reading, writing, speaking and listening skills that will enable them to speak and write grammatically correct sentences and respond to texts more confidently.  Those supported within the class setting receive assistance in a variety of ways; further differentiated work, adult support and access to suitable resources. Students’ progress is regularly monitored using a specific tool which assesses the four areas of language acquisition.  Once they have reached the agreed required proficiency level in this class, the amount of support will be decreased and they will join their class in literacy learning sessions.

All students are grouped for guided reading and spelling learning and taught strategies to support their reading and spelling development. 

In the Secondary school, EAL students follow a separate English curriculum which is designed for second language learners and will lead either to the Cambridge Checkpoint exam in Year 9 or the IGCSE exam in Year 11.

For students that have been identified as having Additional Learning Needs (ALN), Individual Education Plans (IEPs) are written by teachers.  These contain targets specific to the needs of each student, reviewed on a termly basis and shared with parents so that support can be given at home and all can work together to offer the additional support needed.  In class, students receive targeted support from the teacher, learning assistant or ALN facilitator where appropriate.

Our students identified as being gifted are also further engaged.  There are opportunities through the Nord Anglia Global Campus which include different competitions involving students from around the world and students may also be supported in class through different activites.    

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