Secondary School  

The secondary school starts from year 7 and sets forth a challenging course that leads to development of successful learners who are confident enough to become global citizens of tomorrow. The school provides a vibrant and stimulating environment, where students engage in academic challenges whilst preparing for university, further education or employment.

Students play an active role in the whole School, running the School Student Council and acting as mentors and role models for the younger students.

Key Stage 3
Age Group: Ages 11 – 14 Years old
Classes: Year 7 – 9
Curriculum: Cambridge Assessment – Cambridge Lower Secondary

Pristine Private School uses the Cambridge Lower Secondary testing structure to assess learner performance in English, Mathematics and Science and report progress to learners and parents. Cambridge Lower Secondary assessment uses internationally benchmarked tests, giving parents extra trust in the feedback they receive.

To find out more, read the curriculum outline for English, Math and Science from Cambridge Assessment International Education – Cambridge Lower Secondary.

Key Stage 4
Age Group: 14 – 16
Classes: Year 10 – 11
Curriculum: Cambridge International Assessment – Cambridge Upper Secondary


Cambridge IGCSE is the world’s most popular international qualification for 14 to 16 year olds. Not only is it truly international - it gives students more options than any other international qualification. That means more subjects to choose from, more ways to learn and more ways to succeed.

Students are prepared to take the IGCSE Cambridge International Assessment at the end of Year 11. It is mandatory for all students to opt for eight subjects. Students are expected to choose the subject options at the time of entry in Year 9

Core Subjects:
 •    First Language English or English as a Second Language
 •    Environmental Management
 •    ICT / Computer Science
 •    Mathematics

Optional Subjects:
 •    Accounting
 •    Art and Design
 •    Biology
 •    Business Studies
 •    Chemistry
 •    Development Studies
 •    Economics
 •    English Literature

To access the syllabus and to learn more about Cambridge IGCSE click here