Teaching & Learning
All students at Network International School experience a rich, balanced and vibrant curriculum that meets their educational and social needs in a rapidly changing world. The curriculum is designed to be flexible, support personalised learning and cater for students of all abilities. We provide a stimulating learning and teaching environment in which every student enjoys their education, feels safe and secure and is able to fulfil their potential.
The curriculum provides high-quality inspirational learning, which enables students to become independent learners; develops their unique personal talents, ensures that they are self-confident and inquisitive and prepares them to be active and responsible global citizens.
From the Early Years Foundation Stage onwards students are expected to develop responsibility for their own learning leading to the opportunity for self-directed learning at secondary level in preparation for further education and the world of work. The curriculum blends high-quality imaginative learning with small class sizes and a low student teacher ratio, to impact positively on student achievement.
Network International School follows the UK Early Years Framework leading into the revised 2014 UK National Curriculum adapted for an international context. The curriculum provides a rigorous, broad and balanced approach, which challenges students to develop their learning skills as well as their knowledge and understanding.
At Network International School every student can flourish and each learner is valued and respected equally, enjoying the highest possible standard of education and the chance to participate in and excel at everything they do. Students demonstrate this in a number of ways, including making their contribution to the way that Network is run, understanding the learning process and accepting the responsibility for taking their learning forward. We encourage and support them to make a positive contribution to our community.
Throughout their time at Network students experience a range of educational visits, which supports their classroom learning and high standards of achievement and academic attainment. Beyond the curriculum, students from the Primary and Secondary phases have the opportunity to take part in an exciting and engaging programme of extracurricular learning activities. This provides students with enjoyment and fun as well as being able to learn new skills, improve teamwork, broaden horizons and develop self-confidence and leadership.