Preparation for Life
Upon graduation, our A Level learners develop a deep understanding of their subject matter, learn to apply this to situations familiar and unfamiliar, develop an inquisitiveness about the world, communicate fluently in English and develop a cultural awareness that enables them to respond positively to change.
Cambridge A Levels develop learner knowledge, understanding and skills in:
- Subject content
- Applying knowledge and understanding to familiar and new situations
- Intellectual enquiry
- Flexibility and responsiveness to change
- Working and communicating in English
- Influencing outcomes
- Cultural awareness
The A Level Experience at L’ecole
L’ecole enriches student’s academic experience through its excellent facilities and enriching extracurricular activities. The reason for its success is its focus on inspiring every student to make the most of their uniqueness. L’ecole has a close knit community and successfully places its students in high demand courses.
We have an excellent track record for supporting students across a variety of disciplines as our values shape who we are. These values underlie the foundation of our philosophy; provide students with the critical reasoning skills, the creativity and the attitude with which they can dedicate their life to learning.
Our experienced and motivated staff look beyond textbooks to inspire students to learn. A blend of classical methods and technology encourages our bright, young minds to achieve their best through a dynamic learning approach.
Learners engage in positive group cultures and provide a vibrant academic environment. Teachers work hard to support their students and cultivate a sense of adventure in them. Post A Levels, learners enter the global market and are accepted by prestigious universities based on their high caliber, skill set and career aspirations.
The electives are designed to equip learners with proven tools that will allow them to succeed in their core subjects. Learners choose up to 3 of the following electives:
- Verbal Skills Course
- Quantitative Skills Course
- Information Communication & Technology
- Reader’s Theater