The entire Fifth Form curriculum is designed for students to discover and develop their strengths and interests so that they can gradually shape their academic pathways under the close guidance of their mentors.
Our curricula are carefully crafted and combine Akademeia Assessed Courses with subjects that fulfill iGCSE specifications.
Throughout years 9 and 10, students take a breadth of subjects in order to sample a variety of disciplines. This approach allows them to explore courses and directions they may not have previously considered.
In year 10, students start to narrow their academic focus and choose academic pathways and additional subjects, which they follow in year 11. In year 11, students choose their A Levels for the following academic years, which will set them on course towards further education.
The University and Careers Preparation Programme launches formally in year 11 and incorporates an annual Careers Day, talks from alumni at the Insiders’ Stories conference, and visits to workplaces to give students a glimpse of the professional world and build towards university applications.
Personal Development Scheme is an integral part of the Fifth Form Curriculum. It emphasizes transferrable skills development, and provides the space for self-discovery and self-reflectivity through a great breadth of pastoral and wellbeing workshops as well as group projects. An exciting range of cocurricular of Clubs and Elective Courses further allows our students to immerse themselves in multitude of activities and stretch themselves further beyond academics.