Winner of the ISA Senior School of the Year Award

Modern Learning

In a world of profound and rapid change, education cannot stand still. We are preparing students to face new situations, filter a sea of unchecked information and solve unimagined problems.  The skills and abilities our pupils acquire must develop and evolve to successfully tackle future challenges. Adaptability, creativity and an ability to critically examine information, and understand other cultures will be critical.

Research in neuroscience and education shows there are almost as many learning styles as there are individuals. Education needs to be centred around each pupil’s learning style. We have gradually introduced tablets to support the curriculum. Digital devices complement, but do not replace traditional teaching and encourage creativity and collaboration.

By making the best use of technology alongside other educational practices, our school continues to develop innovative teaching methods. Our responsibility is to support our pupils in acquiring and mastering skills that will prepare them to find their place actively and responsibly in the world of tomorrow.


Technology in Primary

Starting in Primary Section Years 5 and 6 (CM1 and CM2) students have access to iPads to enhance lessons and academic activities under a teacher’s supervision. Internet access is filtered and restricted. Younger students may make limited use of tablets in some circumstances with the guidance of an instructor and no internet access.

Technology in Secondary

In the Secondary Section, all students are loaned an iPad for the academic year to be used for coursework both inside and outside school. The digital device and its contents remain the property of the school, and internet access is filtered.

Remote Learning
Safety, security, responsibility