Key Stage Two includes Years 3 to 6. Learning during this phase reflects the National Curriculum of England and Wales' framework; teaching standards are aligned to those prevalent in a quality UK learning environment. Alongside this, students study the Egyptian Ministry of Education curriculum in Arabic language, Religion and Social Studies.
Students make significant academic, personal and social development on their journey from Years 3 to 6. They build the skills required to be resilient, resourceful, and reflective learners. We encourage our students to take risks to become increasingly independent and self-confident while recognising their developing responsibility to show a greater awareness of the people and world around them. The roles of School Council representative, Peer Mentor and Lead Learner are some of examples of how we ensure the students have a 'voice' and can meaningfully contribute to the development of the school.
In addition to their work with their class teacher, students benefit from specialist lessons in PE, Music, French, Art, Computing and Arabic taught by teachers who are experienced in their area of the curriculum.
Regular assessment of National Curriculum objectives is an integral part the day and ensures every student is given challenging learning at a level appropriate to their determined ability.