BRITISH demonstrates the value and prestige in having a British based curriculum and teaching standards. The British educational system is noted for its rigor and thoroughness in teaching practices and assessment systems in the tracking of a child’s progress academically. We promote fundamental international and British values, including democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. ‘British’ also signifies that the language of teaching instruction is English and many people desire to be competent and fluent in English in order to gain entry in to the top universities around the world. A British based education is highly sought after by parents internationally.
INTERNATIONAL is reflected in the curricula that we teach which are all “internationalised”. We have the Early Years (EY) and Primary Years Program (PYP) frameworks complementing the National Curriculum of England, together with the University of Cambridge’s International General Certificate in Secondary Education (IGSCE) and the International Baccalaureate (IB) for our senior students. Our teachers are from all parts of the world and bring a truly international perspective to learning and teaching. Our student body and school community is truly international with 52 different nationalities represented. Our school’s outlook is to embrace the international and intercultural society in which we now live.
SCHOOL represents a learning community covering Early Years, Primary and Secondary – from 3 to 18 years of age. We believe in the importance of developing the whole person and that school should be a preparation for life.
UKRAINE shows our commitment to contributing to our host country’s future development whilst fostering an appreciation and understanding of other cultures.