Primary School

  • Foundation Stage

    Foundation Stage

    The Early Years programme of the International Primary Curriculum has been specially written for young children all over the world.

    3 to 5 years »

  • Key Stage 1

    Key Stage 1

    Children continue to follow their learning goals: curriculum subjects, personal development and international understanding.

    5 to 7 years »

  • Key Stage 2

    Key Stage 2

    While learning, children will be reading, researching, writing, illustrating, working on their own and working in groups.

    7 to 11 years »

Secondary School

  • Key Stage 3

    Key Stage 3

    Students follow the English National Curriculum. .

    11 to 14 years »

  • Key Stage 4

    Key Stage 4

    Students embark on the two-year IGCSE examination course.

    14 to 16 years »

  • Key Stage 5

    Key Stage 5

    Students choose either the International Baccalaureate Diploma or the A-Level programmes as their access to university.

    16 to 18 years »

Key Stage 5

Principles of independence

Academic work is at the heart of Aloha College and is based on the principles of encouraging lifelong learning and independence. Supported in the classroom by well qualified and experienced staff, Sixth Form students at Aloha College are challenged to question, to be reflective and to develop their learning skills.

Excellence in teaching and learning continues to be our foremost goal: our students go to the world’s leading universities in the UK, Spain, rest of Europe, USA and Canada.

Age: 16 – 18 years
Year Groups: Years 12 and 13

Pupils ready for the challenges of the wider world

Academic work is at the heart of Aloha College and is based on the principles of encouraging lifelong learning and independence.

Supported in the classroom by well qualified and experienced staff, Sixth Form students at Aloha College are challenged to question, to be reflective and to develop their learning skills.

Academic innovation has been shown by the introduction of A-Levels to ensure all students have access to any university recognised worldwide.

We are committed to a curriculum that recognises diversity in both ability and interest.

Students leave Aloha College with an intellectual curiosity and resilience that prepares them for the challenges of the wider world. For the majority this will be university and the demands of undergraduate study.

Direct Access to University

Both the International Baccalaureate Diploma and the A-level Programmes allow for direct access to leading universities in the world and Spanish Universities, providing certain conditions are complied with. Pupils who are applying for very popular courses (e.g. Medicine or Architecture) normally have to undergo an extra exam in specific subjects so they can gain additional points.

At Aloha we support these candidates and offer them additional tuition in Spanish in the subjects that they need to take.  We are of course happy to advise individual students on what is right for them.

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