During Years 10 and 11, students follow the 2-year IGCSE course with the purpose of preparing themselves for the IB Diploma in Years 12 and 13. The rigorous course, which includes studying seven or more subjects and completing internationally recognised examinations, provides a solid grounding for the students before they transition to their final two years of Secondary school education.
The transition of a student from Year 9 to Year 10 is an exciting one and a strong signal that a child is beginning to become a young adult. Students are given more responsibility and also some choice about which subjects that they plan to study. By the end of Year 11, our students have not only improved their knowledge and skills but have matured and become more independent and purposeful learners.