About this school :
MIGS offers the National Curriculum of England in all its key stages. Key external assessments are conducted at Year 6 (Key Stage 2). At the end of Key Stage 3 in Year 9 students sit the CAT 4 cognitive test. Key Stage 4 culminates in IGCSE examinations conducted by the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) and Edexcel.
To attain the standards required, each student is assessed and evaluated on a regular basis and parents are informed of their child’s progress. The School conducts two internal examinations each year to monitor the level of attainment of each student. An all-round education does not solely depend on academic achievement and therefore a programme to encompass both moral and social development has been instituted to ensure full integration in today’s multi-national and multi-ethnic society. This includes cross-curricular activities.
MIGS offers a holistic broad-based curriculum. The underlying philosophy is that when our students enjoy school, they will be self-motivated, progress faster and achieve their full potential. A range of stimulating and challenging activities that benchmark the requirements of an international school are incorporated into every term of the MIGS calendar.
Termly field trips, Year Group Assemblies, Inter-International School Competitions (both academic and sport) and Competitive Assessment programmes are available, to name a few. The academic focus is on literacy and numeracy, complemented with well-balanced programmes in Science and Technology, Humanities, Physical Education and languages. Social and Personal Education and Religious Studies are given due importance throughout the schooling process. Music and the Performing Arts are also a key part of the curriculum.