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Secondary School Curriculum

Future focused learning

We provide a future focused, comprehensive education to inspire and encourage students to reach their full potential and goals.

A balanced course in high-order thinking

The subjects your child is offered in Years 7 to 10 make up a rich, well-balanced curriculum designed to stimulate technological and high-order thinking. The programme includes English, Spanish, Mandarin, Science, Mathematics, Social Science, Art and Design, Music, Physical Education, Health, Drama, and IT – including design and computer coding.


Building on skills, expanding on knowledge

Most subjects in Years 11 to 13 build on the skills and knowledge your child has developed earlier in their schooling, giving them a greater depth of understanding. Other subjects will give your child the opportunity to explore new areas of study and acquire new skills.


Years 7 to 10 – a balanced course of study

Junior college students take a balanced course of compulsory academic disciplines. With a strong emphasis on numeracy and literacy – including 40% of class time devoted to English and Mathematics – this gives students a solid foundation for successful future study.

English, Mathematics and Science courses provide students in Years 7 to 9 with a seamless transition between the Cambridge International Primary Programme and the Cambridge International Examinations. At Year 10, students have the opportunity to take advanced classes in Mathematics, Combined Science and Global Perspectives at IGCSE level.


Years 11 to 13 – effective preparation for the future

Senior college students in Years 11 to 13 can choose from a range of subjects designed to prepare them effectively for university study and a future career. Some subjects will build on their knowledge and hone existing skills, while others will open new areas of study and establish a range of new skills and interest.