Our son flourished in the school environment. Small class numbers and excellent, caring and keen teachers made this happen.

Ex parents (Year 1)


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The Secondary School gives the student a supportive, yet challenging learning environment. Here, too, the community welcomes children from different nationalities and cultures. A highly qualified and professional staff trains students in acquiring life long skills and prepare for the internationally recognised IGCSE and IB Diploma programmes through exciting, application based class room teaching and learning.  The British School is well prepared to cater to the academic and social needs of transient students and encourages all students to constantly challenge themselves. We nurture students who are intellectually curious, creative, respectful, caring, discerning young adults, conscious of their responsibility to the community and their environment. Parents are encouraged to work in partnership with the school and support it in its mission of continual improvement.

The Secondary School Curriculum (11-18 years of age) is organised to ensure that all students receive a broad, balanced and clearly articulated learning entitlement, which is coherent within each key stage, as well as being progressive and continuous in nature, building upon the foundations laid during the Primary school. The secondary is organised through three key stages:

Key Stage 3- Years 7, 8 and 9 (11-14 Years)
Key Stage 4- Years 10 &11 (15-16 years)
Key Stage 5- Years 12 & 13 (16-18 years)

Students across all key stages receive a range of learning experiences, delivered mainly through traditional subjects, in the following, five broad curriculum areas:

   1.  Aesthetic & Performing Arts, Physical Education and Sports – including Art & Design, Music, Drama and         Physical Education.
   2.  Human & Social – including Geography,  History Economics, Business Studies, Environmental Management and         Psychology
   3.  Language and Literature – including English Language and Literature as well as the Modern foreign         languages French and Spanish, and Hindi.
   4.  Mathematical and Computer Studies – including Mathematics and ICT.
        Scientific – in which students follow a combined science course in Key Stage 3 that prepares them for all of         the three sciences offered at Key Stages 4 and 5
   5.  Personal, Social and Health Education – is offered across Key Stages 3 and 4 and through a contextualised         programme which is devised to meet the needs of young adolescents. The programme is taught by form         tutors and when required, by external specialists