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Secondary Curriculum Overview

Our secondary students flourish at Network International School.


Each learner is valued and respected equally and enjoys the highest possible standard of education. Our secondary education promotes the highest standards of achievement in academic attainment enabling every student to leave Network International School academically well qualified through Cambridge IGCSE and Advanced level qualifications and well prepared for University life and their chosen careers. 


Key Stage 3

In Key Stage 3 all students follow the revised 2014 National Curriculum adapted for an International context with a full range of subjects including English, Maths, Science, Art, Drama, French, Geography, History, ICT, Music, Myanmar Studies, Personal, Social, Health and Religious Education, and Physical Education. Learning provides the foundation for study at Key Stage 4 and is enjoyable, meaningful and exciting. Students develop learning and thinking skills as part of their independent learning repertoire.






Key Stage 4

In Key Stage 4 students study for IGCSE qualifications awarded by the Cambridge Examinations Board. The two-year IGCSE programme is academically challenging and Cambridge IGCSE is the world’s most popular international qualification for Key Stage 4 students. It is recognised by leading universities and employer’s worldwide, and is an international passport to progression and success. All students study a core curriculum of English, Mathematics, Science, and Physical Education. Students then have access to a range of Cambridge IGCSE option courses where they will be able to make a guided and informed choice from subjects such as: Additional Mathematics; Art; Business Studies; Computer Science; French; Geography, Global Perspectives; History; ICT Physical Education and the Sciences.

Secondary Subject Overview

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Following a focus on community and inclusion through International Week at the end of Term 1, a focus on Bullying seemed the most appropriate topic for the first Parents’ Coffee Morning of Term 2. Therefore, Tr Jon spoke to parents about what we mean by bullying, what we do about it and how parents can support.

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Network International School Yangon - Coffee Morning

As we approach the end of the year, each year group will be looking at next year, when they move up through the school. It is a time of transition for all students in the school, so in the final Coffee Morning of the year, Tr Jon spoke to parents about the various student transitions that will be occurring across the school in the next couple of months.