Curriculum Structure

Students at Naisula School follow the National curriculum of England and Wales within an international school context. We see as central to our curriculum the need to develop our students to be responsible, mature and community oriented citizens of the world.

Our curriculum offers students aged 13-18 years a strong academic programme, with students attaining above average grades combined with a wide range of extracurricular activities to ensure that they develop to their full potential both inside and outside the classroom.
The table below provides a general overview of the curriculum structure at Key stage 3, 4 and 5:

Secondary School

School Level Key Stage Class Age Assesment
Middle School Key Stage 3 Year 8
Year 9
Internal Examinations
External: Cambridge International Examinations- Checkpoint
High School Key Stage 4 Year 10
Year 11
Internal Examinations
External: Cambridge International Examinations- IGCSE
High School Key Stage 5 Year 12
Year 13
External: Cambridge International Examinations-As
External: Cambridge International Examinations-A2
Sixth Form
IB Diploma
DP 1
DP 2

Why Naisula School?

At Naisula School, we believe it is important to act with integrity. In this regard, we place high value on the virtues of being truthful and honest, even when this is difficult. We teach our students to master the courage of standing up for what is right

We also believe it is important to persevere, to be resilient, to work with determination, to strive for success even when we encounter challenges that can sometimes be discouraging.
We believe this begins with a sense of self worth and appreciation. Self respect keeps us from doing anything that we would be ashamed of. Self respect teaches us to respect others, in our community, our environment and the world in general.
We aim to be a community that acknowledges, respects, tolerates and accommodates the differences that exist in mankind, including, religion, culture, sex and race. There is beauty in diversity and this should be nurtured for the common good.
Upon admission, each student is assigned to a class tutor who is responsible for monitoring all aspects of their progress. The class tutor keeps well updated reports about the student and works closely with subject teachers to ensure that every student is achieving his or her full potential in all areas of school life. All students are encouraged to bond well with their class tutors.


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