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.
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.