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+965 2225 6777

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Saba St, Block 10

Salmiya, Kuwait

08:00 - 13:00

Sunday - Thursday

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+965 2225 6777

For all enquiries

Saba St, Block 10

Salmiya, Kuwait

08:00 - 13:00

Sunday - Thursday

Key Stage 3

Welcome to Key Stage 3 (KS3)

Welcome to Key Stage 3 (Years 7, 8, 9) and our growing secondary school here at Gulf British Academy. Our diverse curriculum has been designed to offer a balanced education, one that will further develop the knowledge and skills acquired by students during their primary school years and also prepare them for IGCSE level study and formal exams.

Year 7 marks an important period of progression and development, and our provision at Gulf British Academy is tailored to suit the diverse needs of our students socially, pastorally and academically. In particular, Key Stage 3 is a time of transition where your child will learn to become more independent, more resilient and more resourceful as they face the challenges of moving from primary to secondary school.

At GBA we strive to help students develop their talents and skills and to reach their full potential in the classroom and through our wide range of extra-curricular activities.

Key Stage 3 Curriculum

Here at GBA, all subjects (with the exception of Arabic and Islamic studies) are taught in English, and as one of the foremost international languages, our English programme of study in particular has been carefully constructed to provide our students with everything they need to succeed, both in school and in later life.

Based on the English National Curriculum, and adapted to suit Kuwait, our provision at Key Stage 3 aims to introduce and embed the key skills required later at IGCSE.  We hope to encourage a love of learning through literature, to inspire our students, fire their imaginations, and provide them with the powerful tools of language and communication.  English has never been more important than it is now; it allows us to create new worlds in our imaginations, to question and challenge injustice and ignorance, and it empowers our students to persuade and shape the world around them.

Across Years 7 and 8 we have put together a stimulating curriculum to consolidate prior learning and to develop more advanced skills such as analysis and evaluation.  Where some modules are centred on a single text from the English literary canon, others are extract based to expose students to the widest possible range of literature.

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