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|Key Stage 2 7 - 11 years||
|Key Stage 1 5 - 6 years||
|Foundation Stage 3 - 4 years||
Prime Areas of Learning – communications, physical development, personal, social and emotional development.
Specific Areas of Learning – literacy, mathematics, understanding the world and expressive arts and design.
The class sizes are small and allow for the curriculum to be differentiated meeting the individual needs of our students. Those children who need specific support with the English language receive an EAL support programme.
All the schools are well resourced with teaching and learning materials including excellent information technology provision, sports halls and libraries.
At the end of each Key Stage 1 (7 years old) and Key Stage 2 (11 years old), the children take national ‘Standard Assessment Tests’ (SATs) in English and Mathematics to assess their understanding of the curriculum and level of achievement.
The school is staffed by highly qualified teachers from the United Kingdom and other English speaking countries, who are fully committed to providing a nurturing, caring and challenging learning environment throughout the school year. A team of specialist English teachers offer an appropriately structured programme in English as an Additional Language (EAL) which is tailored to meet the individual needs of the students who require English language support.
The school recognizes the importance of working very closely with parents as partners in their children's education. A close relationship between the school and the home and shared aims are of paramount importance to children’s learning. Regular open days together with parent teacher consultations and detailed reports ensure that parents are kept well-informed of their child’s progress.