Secondary: 11 to 18 Years
*Average results from 2014/13/12
St. Andrews Secondary School follows the English National Curriculum, which offers a broad range of subjects that help develop academically-rounded students, ready to excel in examinations and gain acceptance to the universities of their choice worldwide.
The complete curriculum for Year 7 to Year 9 contains a broad range of subjects that help to develop academically well-rounded students.
St. Andrews students enjoy every opportunity to achieve future educational and life success driven by their aspirations, via our structured programme of counselling.
Parent forums and information sessions are held alongside ongoing advice and guidance from our university and careers counselling team, who work to ensure that the university and course selected are the most suitable for a student’s chosen path. The team also has considerable experience in supporting applications to educational institutions all over the world.
We offer the Cambridge and Edexcel IGCSE: the world’s most popular international qualifications for 14 to 16 year olds, attracting almost 500,000 entries from 144 different countries every year. Regarded as an international passport to progression and success, the two-year course comprises of a core curriculum as well as subjects of the student’s choice. The IGCSE course culminates in external examinations at the completion of Year 11.
Core subjects including:
In the final two years of Secondary School, we offer the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP) … an academically challenging and comprehensive pre-university course recognised by universities worldwide and in which we have an excellent track record of results. The IBDP also encompasses areas of study specifically designed to prepare students as responsible, respectful and mature adults ready to take their place as citizens of our increasingly globalised world.
The curriculum is broad with 6 study areas:
In the second year of the IBDP students also complete studies under the following 3 areas - Creativity, Action, Service (CAS); Theory of Knowledge (TOK) and Extended Essay (EE).
For more information on the DP please read the below.