To deliver a quality curriculum that reaches and exceeds educational standards and expectations, bringing together student wellbeing , academic, teaching and learning and curriculum.
Welcome to the International Secondary School Curriculum page. This is the place where you can find information about the curriculum offered by our school, which is designed to provide students with a comprehensive education that prepares them for success in the global community. Our curriculum is based on the International Baccalaureate (IB) framework, which is recognized worldwide for its rigour and high standards. At our school, we strive to create a challenging and engaging learning environment that fosters the development of critical thinking, creativity, and a passion for lifelong learning. We believe that a well-rounded education is essential to prepare students for the diverse challenges they will face in the future, and our curriculum is designed to equip them with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in whatever path they choose.
Guided by the AIS Vision, we strive to be a community of learners encompassing both children and adults. We believe in the capacity of each individual to engage in a meaningful, personally challenging learning Journey. We believe that a students’ ability to become a life-long learner is shaped by their capacity to both develop self-knowledge and contribute meaningfully to the communities in which they live.
At AIS, we believe that learners construct knowledge, skills and understanding through integrating new experiences with their prior learning. We understand that learning is optimised when knowledge is organised around major concepts and that it is best promoted through the use of authentic, collaborative learning experiences.
We believe that effective learning necessitates metacognition, with a focus on helping students to become skilful thinkers supporting the broader educational aim of developing them as resilient, self-directed and independent individuals. We do this through the process of promoting and applying Academic Wellbeing where our students are first happy, healthy, safe and engaged, then they can go on to be the best learners possible.
We understand that such capabilities are enriched when students are challenged to reflect upon ethical and moral viewpoints while being provided with opportunities to take socially responsible action. To that end we develop global citizens who seek to make a difference for good in our world.