Learn about our Early Years Programme

(EYFS Curriculum- ages 3.6- 5.6)

Learning is a continuous process of discovery in an ongoing journey. Following the National Curriculum of England, the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Programme aims to develop every learner’s ability to the best they can.

Our topic-based curriculum is carefully designed with engaging themes that trigger our young learners’ curiosity, exposing them to a variety of play-based activities that contribute to the development of language communication, social skills as well as knowledge. The early learning Goals are completed by the end of EYFS as a part of the early years’ profile.

Formative ongoing assessments through observations and close monitoring for attainment allow our teachers to track the progress of academic achievement of all learners.

By the end of the reception, children are assessed against the Early Learning Goals to ensure a smooth transition to Year 1.

Learn about our Primary Programme

Key Stage 1 – ages 5-7 (Years 1 and 2)

Key Stage 2 – ages 7-11 (Years 3-6)

We offer a broad and varied British curriculum based on best practices and a skill-based integrated scheme covering every learner’s unique school journey, from the age of 5 to 11. This curriculum is delivered to promote a combination of tradition and innovation through an education that is highly recognized worldwide.

To enhance this learning process, we adopt digital and enrichment resources endorsed by Cambridge Primary. These resources are designed to trigger and intellectually stimulate our students’ desire to learn, lead and master skills beyond the confines of a classroom.

Learning is no one size fits our learning environment is set up around the belief that we take into consideration the different types of learners, reinforce all types of interests, and appeal to every student.

So, our students go through a wide variety of experiences where they work collaboratively with their peers; constantly re-think rather than remember; and communicate confidently and effectively. Our academic staff strike a balance between offering our students relational and supported learning, and developing their emotional intelligence and cognition.

Learn about our Secondary Programme – (ages 11- 17)

Asten College’s secondary offers the Cambridge International Curriculum, a programme noted both for its academic excellence and its flexibility. Recognized and respected worldwide, it prepares students for success both at university and beyond.

The secondary programme is divided into two cycles.

Lower Secondary 11-14 years old Lower Secondary 11-14 years old

Upper Secondary: 14-17 years old

  • The first cycle – Lower Secondary –Key stage 3 (years 7-9), students cover the following subjects English, Mathematics, Science, Global Perspective, Foreign Languages, Arabic Studies, Computing and Coding, and an array of electives (PE, Art, Music).

The second cycle – Upper Secondary- Key Stage 4

  • Cambridge O level (years 10 -12), students prepare for their IGCSE exams (International General Certificate of Secondary Education), a series of Cambridge international qualifications covering a broad range of courses that include Cambridge O level English Language, Mathematics, Commerce, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Foreign Languages, Economics, Accounting, Computer Science, Information and Communication Technology, History, and Geography.
  • Cambridge A level (year 11 and or 12), students prepare for their A Level exams giving access to further studies and universities throughout the world. A level subjects include Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Business, Economics, Accounting, Computer Science Information Technology, International History, Geography, Psychology, and Law. All secondary courses are offered by distinguished professional IG teachers.