Our Programmes

The British curriculum is one of the select few which recognises that each child is different, and the curriculum is therefore designed to be flexible. It provides leeway for educators to develop bespoke programmes to accommodate each student, while also challenging them to achieve more. The British curriculum has helped children of schooling age establish a solid foundation in knowledge, understanding, skills and values.

As part of the curriculum, the Integrated International School Examination (IIS Examination) will be conducted in Grades 3, 5, and 8 and an external Pearson Examination in Grade 6 and 9. Students who successfully completed either Grades 6 or 9 will receive a Pearson Edexcel Certificate.

Early Intervention

From 18 Months Old

Approach
Addressing developmental delays or unique learning/behavioural challenges in young children.

Learning Focus
Emphasis on verbal and nonverbal communication, Receptive communication and expressive communication, Social and play skills Interpersonal engagement. Fine motor skills, Gross motor skills, Joint Attention, Self-regulation

Early Years

From 3 Years Old

Enrichment 1 and Enrichment 2

Curriculum/Approach
Modified International Curriculum based on the British Curriculum.

Registered Subject
English, Mathematics, Creative Arts, Home Economics, Social Skills Training, Personal Development Health and Physical Education (PDHPE)

Primary School

From 7 Years Old

Grades 1-6

Curriculum/Approach
Modified International Curriculum based on the British Curriculum.

Registered Subject
English, Mathematics, Science, Topic of Inquiry, Creative Arts, Home Economics, Social Skills Training, Personal Development Health and Physical education (PDHPE)

Lower Secondary

From 11 Years Old

Grades 7-9

Curriculum/Approach
Modified International Curriculum based on the British Curriculum.

Registered Subject
English, Mathematics, Science, Topic of Inquiry, Creative Arts, Home Economics, Social Skills Training, Personal Development Health and Physical Education (PDHPE)

Upper Secondary

From 14 Years Old

Grades 10-11

Curriculum/Approach
Pearson Edexcel International GCSE

Registered Subject
English, Mathematics, History, Accounting, Business, Information and Communication Technology (ICT).

Different Types of Learning

Every student is unique, with unique learning needs, styles and strengths. In fact, educators agree that there are seven different ways that people absorb information.

Of these common learning styles, only verbal learners really benefit from the traditional classroom style of education, and as a result, the vast majority of students are neglected.

To ensure that each student who comes through our school receives the education that best prepares them for the future, we have built the IIS educational syllabus upon the foundations of the British curriculum.

Verbal

Those who learn best through speech and writing

Visual

Those who prefer learning through pictures and images

Aural

Those who enjoy using sound and music to learn

Physical

Those who benefit from a hands-on approach

Solitary

Those who prefer self-paced studying

Logical

Those who learn best through reasoning

Experience IIS Firsthand

Come down for a campus tour! Witness our tailored teaching approach and inclusive learning programmes in our British curriculum.