EL ALSSON INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL - DEDICATED TO EXCELLENCE

123 456 789

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Goldsmith Hall

New York, NY 90210

07:30 - 19:00

Monday to Friday

British

El Alsson British International school provides a broad and balanced curriculum for students from the Foundation stage to Secondary school. The curriculum is inclusive and meets students’ diverse needs. The curriculum is planned to make learning enjoyable and relevant not only for their life now but to equip them with the skills needed to contribute to life after school.

The school follows the Cambridge International Primary programme for the core subjects of English, Science, Mathematics and the National Curriculum of UK for the non-core subjects which include Humanities, Modern Language (French / German), Music, Physical Education, ICT and Art.

Planning for the core subjects follows the scope and sequence as set out in the Cambridge curriculum framework. The units in the framework are not restrictive as such but serve as a guide to teachers.

The Foundation Stage follows the statutory revised Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFES framework which has provided the needs of our younger learners to build their personal, social and emotional skills alongside their skills of playing and exploring the active learning and critical thinking.

Programs of Physical Education, music, art and computing ensure that students are given the opportunity to develop all rounded skills and an awareness of their multiple intelligence

Students sit for Cambridge Checkpoint examinations at the end of year 6 and these offer an internationally benchmarked indication of progress in English, Mathematics and Science

In the Middle school, students go on with their journey towards higher learning and greater independence, gearing to take their Checkpoint and Pre IG examinations in years 8 and 9 respectively

Year 10 sees our students progress to the high school phase where they partake their IGSCE examinations. Those who wish to continue, go on to sit for A AND AS levels, El Alsson is registered with the British Council and the students are able to sit their senior examinations through Cambridge and the opportunities which El Alsson offers, enable our diligent students to earn qualifications that can afford them entry into top international tertiary learning institutions.

School Stages:

The curriculum is organized in phases according to the Cambridge International Curriculum (CIE)

Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS): FS1 and FS2

Key Stage 1(KS1): Years 1and 2

Key Stage 2 (KS2): Years 3 to 6

Key Stage 3 (KS3): Years 7 to 9

Key Stage 4 (KS4): Years 10 to 12

Rationale:

The curriculum has a very clear rationale aligned to the school and Cambridge vision. It is relevant, comprehensive and promotes innovation and challenge. It is highly effective in developing a balance of knowledge, skills and understanding while fulfilling all the requirements of the school authorized / licensed curriculum and the national statutory requirements.