The school follows the National Curriculum objectives as set out by the Ministry of Education, which state the learning outcomes to be achieved by all students across the essential learning areas. The essential learning areas are English, Mathematics, Science and the Environment, Technology, Social Sciences, the Arts, Physical and Health, and Languages. In addition, extension and enrichment classes have been established to assist children who need further opportunities. We also have a strong focus around the Key Competencies of Thinking, Using language, symbols and text, Participating and contributing, Relating to others, and, Managing self. These are skills which we believe will be vital for our students to be successful in their future.
Our curriculum contains programme initiatives developed by the school. It aims to promote further education opportunities for our pupils and is sustained through our own funding.
Information and Communication (ICT) is a feature of our school and we provide every Year 7 and 8 student with their own Apple MacBook Pro.
Year 4 to 8 pupils are encouraged to sit the annual International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS). This is an international examination covering the subjects of; IT Skills, Science, Writing, Spelling, English and Mathematics.
Other opportunities for children include: