Key Stage Two

Our aim in Key Stage Two (Years 3,4,5 and 6) is to build upon the success of Key Stage One and to provide our pupils with a breadth of experience to enable them to become truly independent learners in a challenging environment while continuing to meet their broader social, emotional and academic needs. Pupils in Years 3, 4 and 5 continue the International Program. In Year 6, they continue following the Cambridge International primary program (CIPP), and they are given a chance to sit for Cambridge Year 6 Achievement tests in English, Mathematics and Science at the end of Year 6 (Primary Checkpoint Known as SAT).

The school sets its own exams in all subjects, including the core subjects, at the end of each trimester. Pupils have to pass the internal school assessments in all the subjects they are studying. In Key Stage 2, we follow the National Curriculum for England. However, we adapt aspects of this to meet our pupils' needs and to reflect our unique position here in Egypt. Arabic, Religion and Social Studies are taught following the Egyptian Ministry of Education curriculum. The curriculum in Key Stage two includes the subjects for Key Stage One with the addition of Social Studies from Year 4