THE SCHOOL CURRICULUM
THE BRITISH NATIONAL CURRICULUM
Our choice to offer the British National Curriculum (BNC) is due to its worldwide reputation of high quality, continuity and transferability by students around the world, access to universities worldwide and nationally and the fact that qualifications are recognised internationally.
More interesting is that the curriculum takes a more progressive approach where one stage builds to another, emphasis is on development of the whole student, focusing on each student as unique, developing positive relationships (with teachers, peers and parents), focusing on an enabling environment for learning beyond the classroom and a systematic focus on the outcomes and the results of the education. We are one among st the many international schools in Kenya that believes these numerous benefits make BNC the curriculum of choice for many schools worldwide.
MIDDLE HIGH SCHOOL
We offer the British National Curriculum for pupils aged 10-13 years. Middle school has years 4 to 7
Students are taught various subjects they including Mathematics, English and Literature, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Geography, History, Religious Education, Art and Design, Music, Computer Studies and languages (Swahili, French, German, Arabic & Chinese)
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Junior high consists of students aged 14 to 15 years, covering years 8 and 9.
The Curriculum is designed to meet the needs of all students, challenging brighter children and supporting those who need it through differentiated teaching and learning activities. Through it, teachers are able to identify, celebrate and nurture the talents and intelligences of students
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Senior high school, for students aged 16 to 17 years covers years 10 and 11.
Students sit for their O- Level IGCSE examination and to take various subjects including Compulsory subjects – English language , Literature and Mathematics and Optional subjects that are all examinable
students aged 17 to 19 years covering years 12 and 13 in the system join A-levels and sit for the A- Level IGCSE examination.
Students take three subjects and General Paper and selection depends on their careers of choice and their performance in IGCSE. Some of the requirements for taking the A level are; A student must have at least scored (English language grade C, Mathematics grade C and a minimum of grade C in subjects one desire to study.