British School

Curriculum Overview

At The British School, we follow the National Curriculum for England preparing students to take the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) course and the Advanced Subsidiary (AS) and A Level Examinations of the Universities of Cambridge and London (UK).

The curriculum lays the foundation for students to pursue university levels of education or professional career paths suited to their abilities, talents and interests. It is based on a structured and broad framework that outlines expected levels of achievement through all stages of a student’s school life.

The National Curriculum for England (often simply referred to as the ‘British curriculum’) is taught in some 150 countries around the world. It’s well respected for its academic rigour, while its associated qualifications are recognised and accepted by top universities across the globe.

The Cambridge IGCSE curriculum is an internationally recognised curriculum used in over 150 countries across the world. It sets widely recognised education standards, supports modern curriculum development and promotes international understanding.