Although our primary focus is the Common Entrance syllabus, we incorporate many aspects of the National Curriculum and of course prepare children for their pre-tests.
Prep Senior years provide an environment specifically designed to promote academic learning. The Common Entrance syllabus starts in Year 6 and continues through Years 7 and 8. Pupils are taught by specialists who show their enthusiasm through imaginative preparation and a well- planned curriculum.
They respond to each pupil as an individual, adapting their teaching to accommodate different learning styles.
Boys are challenged not only by the academic rigours that come with Common Entrance but also through the exciting range of extra-curricular opportunities they have, such as the Jersey sports tour and our exceptional post CE programme including an outward bound trip to Wales.
Pupils are encouraged to be independent learners to acquire the confidence and the life skills to further their education in secondary schools and beyond.
We are committed to providing our pupils and staff with the best teaching aids possible; our ICT suite is regularly upgraded, we have laptops and iPads for use by the pupils and interactive whiteboards are in evidence throughout the whole school.