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We offer the British national curriculum that is accredited by Cambridge Assessment of International Education. Our curriculum will enable students to gain access to leading universities both nationally and worldwide.The British national curriculum offers internationally recognized qualifications that culminate with the opportunity to sit for IGCSE and GCE (A-Level) examination.


Our Early Years programme is guided by the UK’s Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework to provide quality educational experiences for learners from two (2) years to five (5) years old. The EYFS sets standards for the learning, development and care of children.

It supports an integrated approach to early learning and care and gives all professionals a set of common principles and commitments to deliver quality early education and childcare experiences to all children.

Our programme promotes teaching and learning in a supportive environment where our learners are prepared to take risks. They develop knowledge, skills and understanding which provide a solid foundation and readiness to enter our primary programme.


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Key Stage 1

Educates children from five to seven years old through Year 1 and Year 2 of their primary education. Woodcreek School aims to deliver the British National Curriculum by providing its students with the necessary knowledge, skills and understanding required to become lifelong learners.

Our curriculum in Years 1 and 2 exposes children to formalised lessons in the three core areas of learning – Literacy, Numeracy and Science – while also covering a range of non-core foundation subjects with the aim of providing a holistic learning journey. In KS1, our students continue to learn through inquiry and discovery, and further explore their creative abilities. They develop their social-emotional skills through guided play, develop a greater sense of independence, and continue on their journey of personal and academic growth.

Assessment at Woodcreek School is continuous, clarifying what each child should know, understand and do in a lesson. It also encourages children to review what they have learnt and the next steps in their learning, utilising a range of strategies. Data from evaluation is used to celebrate children’s achievements, identify areas of development and inform planning for the school as a whole. Assessment is carried out through target setting, project work, written assessments and homework assignments.


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Key Stage 2

Key Stage Two (KS2) is the second half of the UK’s primary schooling, catering to children from seven to eleven years old.

Our programme holds the Woodcreek School's core values and personal learning goals at the forefront of our curriculum in order to foster compassion, empathy, growth-mindset, and problem-solving skills. With this programme, our learners develop a greater understanding and the importance of respect, cooperation, thoughtfulness, integrity, adaptability, sustainability, tenacity and independence.

In KS2, our students continue to build their inquiry skills as they learn how to set out more formal investigations, develop their research skills, produce writing in paragraphs with adequate detail, and learn the value of taking pride in one’s learning. They develop their creative abilities and social-emotional skills through respectful class discussions and role play, and with their developing sense of responsibility they learn how to reflect on personal and academic growth.

Celebrating successes, accepting errors as part of the learning process, and setting goals are all life skills our KS2 learners become equipped with as they prepare for their secondary education.

KS2 subjects include:-
-Literacy -Numeracy -Science -Art & Design -ICT -Religious Studies -Health & Physical Education (HPE) -Geography and History -Music & Drama -Life Skills -French & Swahili Language Extra Curricular Activities : Basketball, Tennis, Swimming, Water Polo, Skating Clubs...


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Key Stage 3

In Key Stage 3, your child will be entering the Secondary Curriculum. Key Stage 3 covers the Cambridge Assessment of International Education from Years 11 to 14. At this stage, your child will begin studying familiar subjects in more depth.

At this critical time in adolescent development, Woodcreek School aims to provide not only a strong academic foundation for future studies, but also a sense of responsibility, creative and critical-thinking skills, and the practical skills a global citizen of the 21st century requires.

At this stage, students may begin to elect subjects of personal interest in preparation for completion of their secondary education and possible preparation for pre-university studies. Opportunities for the development of skills such as leadership, problem solving, collaboration and enquiry are built into the curriculum and enhanced by a wide variety of co-curricular programmes. Formative and summative assessments are carried out throughout Key Stage 3.

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Key Stage 4

Key stage 4 caters for 14-16 years old (year 10 and 11).Students choose a minimum of 7 subjects to study for Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) curriculum; a two-year programme of study culminating in a series of exams that lead to internationally recognized qualifications.

Students select subjects in term III of year 9 and the selection include a minimum of 3 compulsory subjects and a number of optional subjects. Students are encouraged to study a broad range of subjects, enabling a wide choice of career.





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Key Stage 5 (AS and A-Level)

Key stage 5 caters for 16-18 year olds (Year 12 and 13).

The Sixth Form at Woodcreek School will be an exciting place! Whether you have worked your way up through the school or are joining us for the first time, our Sixth Form will equip you with all the skills you need to obtain your preferred University place - or set you on the right path to your chosen career.

Students will be allowed a greater degree of autonomy than previously and those who join our Sixth Form from elsewhere will find their new environment very welcoming. They will feel at home very quickly and will benefit from the supportive and personal nature of our school.

Here, students will choose a minimum of 4 subjects to study in Year 12 (AS) and are allowed to drop one subject as they proceed to Year 13 (A – Level); this two-year programme of study will culminate in a series of exams that lead to internationally recognized qualifications.

Subjects offered at this level will include: Maths, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Sociology, Global Perspectives, Psychology, Law, History, Economics, Business Studies, ICT, Geography, English Literature, English Language, French, Accounting and Music.

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