Key Stage 3
As students transition from primary to secondary school, from Key Stage 2 to 3, the curriculum develops to move them away from guided learning and towards a more independent, analytical, and self-organised approach to thinking. At its core, we develop students into global citizens by embedding an international context into our teaching, encouraging students to volunteer for the local community, and preparing students for future exams in internationally recognised qualifications, like the IGCSE and International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme.
In Key Stage 3, our core teaching subjects are English, Maths, Science and Vietnamese (for passport holders). Further foundation subjects consist of history and geography, performing arts, physical education, languages, art and design, and computer science.
The teaching of global awareness is embedded throughout these subjects. From studying literature and analysing its world view, to exploring different cultures through art and design, we place emphasis on positioning our subjects within an international context.
Our curriculum is enhanced by unique opportunities and activities from our partners MIT, The Juilliard School and UNICEF. Read more about it in the Beyond the Classroom section below.
Please see the document below for further information on the opportunities available within each subject: