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American Curriculum

American Curriculum

A broad balanced education option. For students from Kindergarten (age 5) to Grade 12 (age 17). Focused on enquiry based learning and 21st century skills. American High School Diplomas are accepted by all US universities and are well recognised around the world.
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British Curriculum

British Curriculum

Also known as the National Curriculum for England. For students from Nursery (ages 3-4) to Primary (ages 4–11) to Secondary (ages 11–18). Focused on creative and critical thinking as well as academic goals. GCSEs and A Level qualifications are recognised by major universities around the world.
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French Curriculum

French Curriculum

The French educational philosophy emphasises the authority of the teacher, individual competition, analytic thought and high academic expectations. From Ecole Maternelle (age 3) to Terminale (age 17) three types of baccalaureate are offered – Scientific, Literature, Economics and Social Science.
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Indian curriculum

Indian curriculum

CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) and CISCE (Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations) options are available. Focused on academic achievement and culture. Qualifications are widely recognised by all Indian universities and increasingly more international universities.
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International Baccalaureate

International Baccalaureate

Three IB programme options available for students aged 3 to 19. They are designed to help young people grow academically, personally, emotionally and socially. Focused on developing life-long love of learning and skills to thrive in a globally connected world.
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Dual curricula

Dual curricula

Our expert practitioners create schools that offer study in the best of both worlds. A close connection to local curriculum combined with an international curriculum such as British. Or where students can choose the International Baccalaureate Diploma as an alternative finishing qualification.
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