At the Junior School the National Curriculum for England programmes of study of the Early Years Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1 and 2 are taught to children aged 3 to 12. The Senior School continues with a programme based on the English National Curriculum in Key Stages 3, 4, and 5, and students are prepared for IGCSE and A Level examinations as well as the Apolytirion.
Educating since 1944, The Junior School has been offering outstanding academic and social standards. The teaching is organised with a subject leader for the core subjects and each Year Group (usually 4 classes) is supported by a leader, who is line managed by an Assistant Head. The Headteacher, along with the leadership team, ensure standards are maintained, new methods and activities are incorporated into schemes of work and that the appropriate resources and facilities are available to the children. By the time the children complete Year 6 they are well-prepared for secondary education.
The Senior School, founded in 2003, was a result of the continuous expansion of the School. Its curriculum offers a seven-year programme leading to (I)GCSEs and A levels in a range of subjects.