THE CURRICULUM AT BROOKHOUSE
At Brookhouse, we follow an adapted form of the British National Curriculum. This means that throughout the Preparatory School up to and including Year Eight students study the set national curriculum subjects, including Mathematics, English, Science, Geography, History, Art, Physical Education, Music, a modern Foreign Language and ICT.
SUBJECTS AT A-LEVEL
SUBJECTS AT IGCSE LEVEL
THE SECONDARY SCHOOL
The Secondary section of the school commences with the one year Pre-IGCSE Year 9 programme, leading into the two years of the IGCSE course during Year's 10 and 11. Upon successful completion of the IGCSE examinations pupils can progress to take their AS and A-level courses in Year's 12 and 13, before moving on to universities across the globe.
THE PREPARATORY SCHOOL
The Preparatory section of the school provides a stimulating learning environment which is bright, colourful and well-resourced. It offers structured opportunities for academic, physical and social development, whilst encouraging children to become independent and take responsibility for their own learning.
Click to view Senior Prep Curriculum Booklet
Click to view Junior Prep Curriculum Booklet
Brookhouse Early Years Unit caters for children aged 2-5 years, providing a carefully planned induction to the British National Curriculum.
Click to view Early Years Handbook
ASSESSMENT AT BROOKHOUSE
Assessing student progress is an important feature of the education process.