Cambridge International A Levels are highly regarded internationally and accepted as equivalent to UK A Levels, offering rigorous, in-depth, advanced study in areas of particular interest.
Our Key Stage 5 curriculum is shaped to meet the academic needs of our students. The purpose of offering the A Levels stream is :
- To allow our pupils the opportunity to apply for and be accepted to the international universities of their choice.
- To stretch and enrich our top pupils academically, through more advanced, rigorous and in-depth study in areas of particular interest.
A-LEVEL Students will normally take 3 subjects in Year 12 and continue these to Year 13.
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As a Cambridge International Examination Centre, we follow the Cambridge International syllabuses in all our AS & A-Level subjects. Our subject offerings for 2021-2022 includes:
Art, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, English, Physics, History, Mathematics, French.
Secondary Music Courses in CIST enhance student understanding and appreciation of music through the development of practical skills and creative work. Students extend their creative problem-solving skills, individual and cooperative work habits and knowledge of themselves and others.
Music classes in CIST include: Guitar, Instrumental (Band), Keyboard, Music for Creation/Composition, Music and Computers and Vocal music.
Drama is incorporated into the curriculum. We believe that enthusiastic students who learn to speak out clearly and relate confidently with others will have an inside track to lifetime success.
Your child will get the opportunity to develop at their own pace, with plenty of positive encouragement. Our drama classes are using a wide range of unique drama activities to focus the bold, outspoken child and to draw out the quiet child or the inarticulate child and help them reach into themselves to discover their full potential.
School trips are a fantastic opportunity to head on an adventure and learn outside of the classroom.
For secondary students, heading on a secondary school tour offers the chance to experience independence, create bonds with their classmates and to enhance their examination scores while creating great memories along the way.
Students choose which A-level subjects they want to study when they are doing their IGCSEs, and admission is usually dependent on their IGCSE grades.
Our students usually study three or more A-levels over two years and they are assessed by a series of exams.
YOUR ROAD TO SUCCESS !
If you’re sure that you want to go to university then A-levels are worth considering. They are valued by universities, and also employers. Some universities require A-levels for certain courses.
They are good if you don’t know what you want to study at university, or haven’t pinned down your ideal career yet, because they keep a lot of options open.
So keep pushing !