Our curriculum is divided into three stages: foundation, primary and secondary.
We offer Montessori Programme for our foundation stage; and the Cambridge International Programme for our primary and secondary stages.
Each stage builds the learners’ development from previous ones; but students may join in any stage as the curriculum is flexible and can be tailored to the students’ need.
The stage of independence and use of bodies and senses. Our programme assisted the children in fostering and nurturing their individual learning experience.
The critical stage in the development of personality and intellect. Our programme allows the children to explore and discover through active play. We assisted them to build their skills in sensory, perception, language, physical and motor skills, emotional and social growth
The programme that develops learners’ skills and knowledge; while building an excellent foundation for future study. The Cambridge Primary programme offers balanced syllabus and prepares the students for Cambridge Lower Secondary; and for progression to other educational systems. At the end of Year 6, the students will take the Cambridge Primary Checkpoint to assess their performance and progress. The assessments are marked in Cambridge to provide an international benchmark of a student performance. Each student will receive a statement of achievement and a diagnostic feedback report.
The stage the builds the foundation of Cambridge Primary, but it is not essential as our lower secondary programme is compatible with another curriculum. It is internationally relevant and sensitive to different needs and cultures. The lower secondary programme helps the students to make informed choices of the syllabus to prepare them for IGCSE. At the end of Year 9, the students will take the Cambridge Lower Secondary Checkpoint to assess their performance. The assessments are marked in Cambridge to provide an international benchmark of a student performance. The assessments are marked in Cambridge to provide an international benchmark of a student performance. Each student will receive a statement of achievement and a diagnostic feedback report.
This programme prepares the students to sit for Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) – the world’s most popular international qualification. The syllabus are regularly updated and extended. The assessment takes place at the end of Year 11. The grading system of A*-G (A* being the highest grade) is well understood and widely recognized by universities internationally.