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Key Stage 4


You have to go through the falling down in order to learn to walk.It helps to know that you can survive it. Thats an education in itself.

Caroll Burnet



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.





These examinations taken at the end of year 11 are recognized across the world and are of considerable interest to university admissions officers.
A personalized approach allows pupils to choose subjects that best fit their strengths and career hopes.Throughout the IGCSE course, the pupils are supported by expert staff and offered a range of extra-curricular activities designed to develop personal skills.

Subjects offered at KS4 include:Subjects offered at KS4 include:● Mathematics ● English  as First  Language ● English as Second Language ● English Literature ● Art ● Biology ● Information Communication and Technology ● French ● Kiswahili ● History ● Geography ● Global Perspectives ● Physics ● Chemistry ● Business Studies ● Economics ● Music