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STEAM British School
Our programme outline
Ages 3 – 5 | Foundation 1 and 2
During these formative years of the Foundation Stage, a carefully integrated two-year programme of learning is provided which covers seven key areas:
Key Stage 1
Ages 5 – 7 | Years 1 and 2
A more structured approach to the day helps children continue their development with learning how to read, write and count in English.
Key Stage 2
Ages 7 – 11 | School years 3 – 6
Topics are structured to allow children the freedom to explore new subjects in a stimulating way, encouraging a natural enthusiasm for more learning.
Key Stages 3 & 4
Ages 11 – 16 | School years 7 – 11
As children get older we teach them to think more critically – it is at this stage that students develop a deeper knowledge and understanding across the arts, humanities, languages and sciences.
Key Stage 5
Ages 16 – 18 | Years 12 & 13 (Sixth Form)
The final two years of school after GCSEs prepare your child for university and the start of their careers. They choose from five further programmes of study, all of which are recognised by universities around the world.
By the end of each summer term
By the end of each summer term the school must write a report on your child’s progress and talk it through with you. We predominantly do formative, on the spot, assessments which have a high impact on student learning.
Let's join the British International School!
The British Curriculum leads to GCSE (at age 16) and A Level examinations (at age 18). These are qualifications that are recognised by universities and employers around the world.