University Guidance and Counselling

Children and young adults need guidance and support, especially when it comes to dealing with academic, personal, parental and social pressures. Helping people reach their potential is our Counselor’s number one goal—and to achieve it she is caring, flexible, adaptable and patient.

School counselors assist students at all levels, from elementary school to college. They act as advocates for students’ well-being, and as valuable resources for their educational advancement. Our High School Counselor’s first and foremost mission is to listen to students’ concerns. Because everyone’s home and social life is different, our counselor could be the only person who fulfils that need for them at a given time.

She might help students with issues such as bullying, disabilities, low self-esteem, poor academic performance and relationship troubles. She can refer them to a psychologist, a psychiatrist or a neurologist for further treatment if necessary. In addition, our Counselor evaluates students’ abilities, interests and personalities to help them develop realistic academic and career goals. Our Counselor also facilitates aptitude tests and formulates potential paths to success.

On the job, our High School Counselor:

  • Listens to students’ concerns about academic, emotional or social problems
  • Helps students process their problems and plan goals and action
  • Mediates conflict between students and teachers
  • Improves parent/student relationships
  • Acts as a guide with college applications, jobs and scholarships
  • Facilitates drug and alcohol prevention programs
  • Organizes peer counseling programs
  • Refers students to a psychologist, a psychiatrist or a neurologist, if necessary. 

Early Years

Our programme is designed to encourage a balance of child initiated and teacher facilitated activities. The programme offers children a variety of choices. The environment includes art, dramatic play, maths, language work, enjoying books, art, music, water and sand play, science activities, and so on. Our goals include the encouragement of each child’s natural curiosity and interest in learning.

Primary School

Our School’s primary curriculum is built around the need to provide knowledge skills and understanding arranged by subject under three areas of study, environmental studies, life skills and the expressive arts. Our primary grades 1 – 4 are equivalent to Years 2 – 5 in the Cambridge Curriculum.

Lower Secondary

The Lower Secondary is an important bridging period between Primary School and High School. Our Lower Secondary Grades 5 – 8 are equivalent to Years 6 – 9 in the Cambridge Curriculum.

IGCSE

Cambridge IGCSE™ is the world’s most popular international qualification for 14 to 16 year olds, although it can be taken by students of other ages. It is tried, tested and trusted. It is taught by over 4800 schools in 146 countries. The programmes balance a thorough knowledge and understanding of a subject and help to develop the skills learners need for their next steps in education or employment.

AS/ Level

The A Level syllabuses prepare learners for university study, which is why universities worldwide value and recognise Cambridge International AS & A Level qualifications.