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Secondary Class (Years 7 to 9)

Welcome to Secondary

Secondary is a small cohort, where students receive a great deal of individual, personalised teaching based upon their individual learning needs, in recognition of the fact that all students are individuals with different abilities, learning styles and stages of development.

We follow the Cambridge International Curriculum and English National Curriculum, with modifications to reflect our international context, along with a focus on developing lifelong learners prepared for the challenges of IGCSE.


Core subjects in Secondary       Foundation subjects in Secondary      Topics in Secondary

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Curriculum Map

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3


Countable, Uncountable Nouns. Functionality of Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs, Proper Nouns.

Pronunciation & Punctuation. Reading for gist and for confidence building.

Different styles of genre and how to recognise them. Writing for persuasion and debate, Argumentative writing

Group debating and Informative writing.

Revise and review crucial, basic Key Study Skills

Grammar, Punctuation, Vocabulary and Comprehension skills;

Study Group Discussion throughout lessons.


All students work on an individual program based on their ability.


Sustainability and recycling, Introducing the Nuclear Atom, Recognition of Bacteria, Mass, Weight and Density. How to calculate? Energy and Power, Pressure

Thermal Physics and Chemistry, Diffusion, Density. Simple, Kinetic Thermal processes and Properties. Introducing Electrical Circuits. Recognising Scientific Data

Properties of Waves, Electricity and Magnetism. Reviewing past lesson materials and subject matter for exams. The glossary of Science and the Periodic Table for Chemistry.

Art & Design

Recreating Landscapes


Drawing; Painting

Animating art

Analysis; Illustration

Perspective; Printing/textiles

What’s in a building?

Architecture analysis

Designing; Sculpture;



Understanding and interpretation timelines through reading and drawing.

Understanding Historical, Family Trees. The Middle Ages and Hegemony. The Norman Conquest and the Battle of Hastings.

Describing and Explaining Historical Events: Power, Control & Property. Control using terror. The Battle of Hastings & after 1066 in England. Map reading in History. Hereward the Wake and The Doomsday Book.

Controlling land: The feudal system, Problems and the Monarchy after 1066.

Rebellion: The Peasant Revolt 1331 and timeline revision. The relevancy of the Church and the Religious Aspects (Elizabeth 1st). The Plague and the Black Death.