The aim of the academic programme is to prepare students for the next stage of higher education with the right foundational knowledge, skills and attitudes. We do not just teach them to do well for the examinations but enhance their understanding to think within the subject disciplinarity. For example, in the learning of mathematics students learn to think like a mathematician by using mathematics concepts to interpret and solve real-world problems. Similarly, they will also think like a scientist, in the learning of science-based subjects; like a historian in learning history etc. Teachers engage students through their interaction with each other as peers. With the different level of expertise within the class, students learn with and from each other and the teacher. We also have recently specially fitted learning studios for some subject to make their learning effective and engaging socially, with easy access to tools and resources to facilitate their learning. In addition, we bring students out on learning journeys and outdoor investigations to learn beyond the confines of the classroom in real-world contexts.
Our academic rooms