Cambridge Curriculum

Cambridge O Level Examination

Cambridge O Level leads to internationally recognized qualifications, accepted by leading universities and employers worldwide as evidence of academic ability.

Assessment takes place at the end of the course and includes written, oral and practical examinations. This gives learners a variety of ways to show their knowledge and skills, particularly when their first language is not English.

Grades are benchmarked using six internationally recognized grades, from A* to E, which have clear guidelines to explain the standard of achievement.

Cambridge O Level examination series occur twice a year, in June and November. Results are issued in August and January.
We offer the following subjects at our school.
Business Studies
Computer Science
Environment Management

Cambridge O Level Examination

Cambridge Advanced curriculum that brings success for learners. The syllabuses prepare learners for university study, which is why universities worldwide value and recognize Cambridge International AS & A Level qualifications.

Cambridge International AS & A Level develops learners’ knowledge, understanding and skills in:

  • In-depth subject content
  • Independent thinking
  • Applying knowledge and understanding to new as well as familiar situations

National Curriculum

The local curriculum is designed to provide quality education in a pluralistic and dynamic society. It also encourages learners to realize their potential to build a humane society.

Primary school, which is grades one through five, is integrated, and students learn basic math and language skills. Exams must be passed to move on. Junior secondary school is grades six to nine. Students study such subjects as their primary language, English classes, math, and religion. They are subject to assessment tests, projects, and schoolwork throughout each year.

Senior secondary school, grades ten and eleven, focuses mainly on preparing students for the General Certificate of Education exam. For those who wish to attend higher education, they go on for another two years of additional schooling before entering a university.

The Ordinary level and Advanced level curriculums are built to help learners engage with the knowledge, values, and competencies so they can go on and be confident and connected lifelong learners.