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Our school is authorized by Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE). We provide IGCSE and A Level courses. The CAIE curriculum and its examinations are widely recognized by countries and top universities around the world. With these qualifications students can successfully apply for most of the universities in the world, including the United Kingdom, Australia, the United States and Canada. CAIE is a broadly based and flexible curriculum system. Students can select from more than 30 subjects based on their interests to meet their needs and school graduation requirements.



IGCSE
For Grade 9 - 10 students
Core subjects:
Maths, Chinese, English, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Physical Education, PSHE

Optional subjects:
Accounting, Art &Design, Business Studies, Computer Science, Sociology, Economics, Geography, History, Music, Spanish

For Grade 10 students
English, Mathematics, Chemistry, Economics, Physics, Chinese, Physical Education, PSHE

PSHE
The PSHE curriculum originated in the 1980s England. PSHE has become part of the national curriculum in UK since 2000.

PSHE, namely personal, social, health education, is aimed at helping students with their lifestyle choices, relationships with others, helping to develop students’ responsibility, confidence and social adjustment, improving students’ health of body and mind both as an individual and as a member of society. It is a thorough preparation for becoming an active and responsible citizen. PSHE is connected with other subjects to ensure the consistency and continuity for the students’ study. These subjects include Science, Computer Science, and PE..
A Level
For Grade 11 - 12 students
Core subjects:
English, Mathematics
Junior/Senior Seminar

Optional subjects:
Accounting, Art &Design, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Geography, History, Physics, Psychology, Further Mathematics, Sociology, Physical Education

Seminar
Junior and senior seminar are provided to G11 and G12 students once a week to prepare students to study abroad. Students learn about the practicalities of applying to college, the experience of being there and how to cope with university life etc.

Our college advisers will monitor the progress all the way through to admission into university.