Our broad and enriching curriculum achieves high educational standards in a caring and supportive environment. We are committed to providing an unpressurised learning environment that prepares children for their future as responsible, confident, kind and hardworking people.
Our Seahorse infants learn through curriculum based play activities, using mud, water, sand and paint. Independent investigative learning experiences are encouraged alongside more structured lessons in Art, Music, PE, Swimming and Dance.
In Juniors children continue to be encouraged to explore and take adventurous steps in learning as more formal subject areas are introduced. We nurture emboldened children who are inquisitive about the world and their place in it.
During year 9 students prepare for and enter their first formal public exams, the University of Cambridge Checkpoint Examinations. Students also decide which IGCSE and GCSE subjects they will opt for.
Students are prepared for IGCSE exams in their final two years at the school. All pupils sit a GCSE in Maths and IGCSEs in English Language, English Literature and Co-ordinated Sciences or the three separate sciences. We recommend that they take at least one foreign language as well.
The Cambridge IGCSE is the world’s most popular international curriculum for 14–16 year olds.
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