Primary, Secondary and Sixth Form School
BRITISH CURRICULUM: KEY STAGES 1-5
The British Curriculum is one of the most well-known and highly respected curriculums in international education. It stresses creativity, critical thinking skills as well flexibility, which are all vital for future success. This system also includes measurable goals that build upon each other to prepare your child’s academic career before they even get started – so you can be assured your child will have no problem getting into top universities anywhere in the world. In our British Section at Lady Evelyn Independent School, our students progress from Key Stage 1 in Primary School to Secondary School and Sixth Form, doing International GCSEs on the way and culminating in the gold standard of education: the A Levels.
KEY STAGES 1-2
Children from the age of 5 years can join our primary school, studying the British curriculum from anywhere in the world…
KEY STAGES 3-4
We teach the British International GCSEs: the world’s most popular international qualifications for 14-16 year olds…
Reaching New Heights
At Lady Evelyn Independent School, we know that the world is changing rapidly and our aim is to equip our students to achieve their best potential. In the global market that awaits them, depending on top grades alone to succeed is no longer enough to secure the best career prospects. That’s why we work to upskill our students from the very start.
Our aim is to raise a generation of leaders, thinkers, creators, educators, entrepreneurs and the likes who will not only benefit communities beyond Lady Evelyn Independent School, but the life beyond this one too.
Revise, understand and succeed.
Lessons at Lady Evelyn Independent School are recorded so students can revisit the lessons for revision or if they have missed a class due to illness, for example.
Our students who are unable to attend classes due to being unwell or for any other reason can catch up when required. This means students can go back to lessons at any time, ensuring that no topic or subject is left without being fully understood.