The British Curriculum is a board and balanced curriculum framework inclusive of all of the major Arts, Science and Humanities subjects. The curriculum’s syllabus is fortified by a systematics and rigorous approach and can be adapted to meet the needs of all students through differentiated teaching and learning activities, whatever their interests or ability.
Children are also offered, and highly encouraged, to take part in extracurricular activities to develop their skills and interests outside of the classroom. Such activities include learning to play an instrument, joining a sports team or picking up an additional language.
A wide range of subjects which include arts, science and humanities are covered in the British Curriculum. Students learn the basics of numeracy and literacy at the foundation stage of the curriculum. At primary level, students are taught the fundamentals of mathematics and English. Science, technology, humanities and arts subjects are also introduced as multi-disciplinary topics and integrated in school projects. The curriculum aims to hone students’ higher order thinking skills and encourage independent learning as they prepare for the (I)GCSE examinations.
We at DUNES, integrate STEM, a unique approach to teaching and learning, one that centers around individual students’ learning styles and interests. STEM is an approach to learning and development that integrates that areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
Through STEM, students develop key skills including:
Skills developed by students through STEM provide them with the foundation to succeed at school and beyond.