CIE British School Basic Education assimilates its system to the British education system. Foundation School programme covers the foundation stages of the early years (ages 1-5). Primary School programme covers Key Stages 1 and 2 (ages 5 to 11). The High School programme covers Key Stages 3 & 4 (ages 11 to 16), with option for Upper Sixth Form / Pre-University (ages 16 to 19).
|1-2||Infant||Foundation Stage||Foundation School|
|5-7||Year 1||Key Stage 1||Primary School|
|7-9||Year 3||Key Stage 2|
|11-13||Year 7||Key Stage 3||High School
(Lower Sixth Form)
|14-16||Year 10||Key Stage 4
(Upper Sixth Form)
CIE British School Higher Education provides options that allows student flexibility and freedom. Pre-university is a bridging course that prepares learners with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed at university. Our programmes for Undergraduate and Graduate schools focuses on our core which is Business and Management which enables students to gain access direct access into a range of professional qualifications and courses worldwide.
Academic Rigour and Relevance
CIE British School believes that a broad base of knowledge enables students to make associations, thereby making them more creative individuals. We understand the importance of integrating isolated, content-specific knowledge with reallife situations for a more profound appreciation of the world.
The CIE Formula
In the CIE British Schools, students learn to lead and lead to learn. We do this by providing a learning environment anchored on the Lifelong Leadership Learning 3 paradigm represented by the formula CL3C for success.
Stage 7 Challenge
Challenge Students create a new theory and seek for higher learning.
Stage 6 Equilibrium
Students reach the state of satisfaction where they appreciate the growth experience.
Stage 5 Growth
Students learn and improve their understanding of the particular experience or situation.
Stage 4 Reflection
Students connect the decisions and actions made and the actual results. It is the process that bridges learning and growth.
Stage 3 Accommodation
Students implement the theories they learned in school upon engagement.
Stage 2 Engagement
Students are put in a situation where they are actively leading. This is the process of blending theory and real-life situations to arrive at decisions that transform challenges into opportunities.
Stage 1 Theory
Students learn concepts in school which now become the foundation of their leadership framework.