Here students are still focusing on their six main subjects, but students get to involve a lot more with real-world experiences and examples through field trips, internships, and opportunities to interact with local and international events and competitions.
1. These are the stages that students will be having specialised teachers for each subject.
They are no longer taught by one teacher for all the given subjects like in Key Stage 1 &2.
2. Students get to explore what they want to do in life by having a lot of hand-on experiences,
field trips and field trips.
3. Students will have to solve challenging questions and write a lot more than their previous experiences.
4. They will be exposed to a lot of real world activities and opportunities rather than studying from
Key Stage 3
1. Year 7
2. Year 8
3. Year 9
Key Stage 4
1. Year 10
2. Year 11
2. Both teacher and student centred
3. Hand on experiences, field trips, and internships
4. World wide examinations
1. To start thinking about what they want to do in their future by exploring what they
2. To be able to confront and realise how to solve their own problems.
3. To start applying their own strategies in studying and choose what are best for them.
4. To own up their actions and take responsibilities.
5. To develop critical thinking skills and to apply them in their decision making.
6. To manage their times for different subjects and concentrations so that they will be ready
examinations and real world problems.