The Middle School at St. George's International School is a place between the Junior and the Senior Schools where students learn key skills in a fun and creative environment. Our Lower Secondary International Cambridge curriculum is tailored to students with any language background and promotes bilingual English /French competences.
A clear pathway for progression with contemporary pedagogical approach offers choice and flexibility and develops Cambridge learners’ attributes: Confidence, Responsibility, Reflection, Innovation and Engagement. A solid pastoral framework guides all learners in Year 6 to Year 9 to become all-round individuals.
Our Lower Secondary International Cambridge curriculum caters to students with any language background, promotes bilingualism, maintains consistency and continuity from the Junior School and provides creativity and collaboration for effective learning. Lessons mix the traditional and blended learning approach to cater for everyone’s needs within a 21st-century education.
St George’s International Middle School provides a holistic approach which encourages all students to challenge themselves and develop their confidence in the three pillars of the INSPIRED vision; the academic, sporting and artistic fields. Our students also acquire crucial tools in the study of International Citizenship and our innovative and dedicated Life Skills Programme to enable our students to become balanced individuals with intercultural and altruistic minds.
The Middle School provides an early opportunity to develop responsibility and leadership skills and enables the students to take an active role in its daily organisation. Students can become members of the Student Council, Monitors, School Ambassadors or House Captains to engage fully in the life of their school to maintain its visionary and modern outlook.
The Multilingual Certificate is awarded to Middle School students to encourage the use of French in and out of school and to promote students’ home languages, thus raising the profile of languages within the school community.
Language challenges across faculties
Opportunities to use and run activities in one's home languages
Promotion of our intercultural community
Trilingual and quadrilingual certificates
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