Senior Phase and Sixth Forms (AGE 15 -17)

In senior school, the curriculum is designed to prepare students for life at university and beyond. This includes access to rigorous international qualifications: A Level, the gold standard internationally and recognised by leading universities across the world. 

Grade 10 (Age 15)

Grade 10 students will be focused on the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE), an excellent and academically meticulous preparation for A-level.

Grade 11 – 12 (Age 16 to 17)

In this phase of the school, students study a number of A Level subjects. These courses are considered to be an academically rigorous preparation for university study. A bespoke university preparation programme guides pupils and parents for applications and transition to higher education. The focus on building a deep knowledge and appreciation of Chinese heritage, culture and language is maintained throughout sixth form. Students leave the school prepared for success and leadership in China and beyond.

Tina Quan

Teaching Assistant

Tina graduated from Worcester University. She has over 5 years teaching experience. In Tina’s opinion, teachers should be students’ friends as well as their masters. A teacher is a person knowledgeable also a good sample for students.​