All will end well, due to the support given to students as they go through the highs and lows of their studies, extra-curricular activities and university placement with our dedicated college counsellors.
We have currently the best A-Level results in the country, the year 2021 seeing a record breaking 39 World Distinctions and Awards.
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Every student at The City School is unique in abilities and talents. Hence our school facilities are tailored to meet the diverse requirements of our student body in terms of their physical and emotional health.
Our spacious classrooms are equipped with modern amenities such as multi-media projectors and smartboards that create an effective learning and teaching environment.
Laboratories that conform to Cambridge International standards are fully-equipped with all the requisite apparatus and chemicals. These are regularly upgraded in accordance with the CAIE syllabuses.
Equipped with state-of-the-art technology under the supervision of highly trained staff, our computer laboratories provide networking and internet facilities to the standards required by Cambridge International.
Our students fully benefit from an extensive collection of classic and contemporary tales, picture books, novelty books, rhyme-time resources, story sacks and puppets.
Well-furnished common rooms with access to audio-visual facilities, educational and recreational activities provide A Level students with a comfortable and congenial atmosphere in which to spend their leisure time.
Outdoor sports and indoor games provide opportunities for all students to develop their skills through well-equipped gymnasiums, and playgrounds. We have well-trained and highly qualified national coaches for most sports, especially cricket, football, hockey and indoor games.
Our A Level campuses have air-conditioned cafeterias which maintain a high standard of hygiene and cleanliness and cater to a variety of tastes at affordable prices.
Our A Level campuses offer a wide choice of subjects and combinations. We advise you to choose your subjects according to your interests, aptitudes and career plans. We also encourage students to visit their nearest The City School A Level Campus to consult with our specialist Career Counsellors for further guidance.
The AS and A Level Accounting syllabus covers topics such as the recording of financial information, accounting principles and control, and the preparation of final accounts enabling students to acquire in-depth knowledge and understanding of the subject in the practical world.
This dynamic course considers expression and communications and is suitable for students committed to a creative career. With this studio-based syllabus, students gain an understanding of visual perception and aesthetic experience and how art and design create a language of their own.
AS and A Level Biology builds on the skills acquired at O Level. The syllabus includes the main theoretical concepts which are fundamental to the subject, some current applications of Biology, and a strong emphasis on advanced practical skills.
The syllabus covers economic, environmental, ethical, governmental, legal, social and technological issues and encourages a critical understanding of organisations, the markets they serve and the process of adding value.
Built on skills acquired at O Level, the course introduces the main theoretical concepts fundamental to the subject, current applications of Chemistry with a strong emphasis on advanced practical skills.
The A Level syllabus enables students to extend their mathematical skills, knowledge and understanding developed in the A Level Mathematics course.
The aim of the AS and A Level Computer Science syllabus is to encourage learners to develop an understanding of the fundamental principles of Computer Science. Learners will study topics including information representation, communication and Internet technologies, hardware, software development, and relational database modelling.
Through the AS and A Level Economics syllabus, students study how to explain and analyze economic issues and arguments, evaluate economic information, and organize, present and communicate ideas and judgments. The syllabus covers basic economic concepts, including an introduction to the price system and government intervention, international trade and exchange rates, the measurement of employment and inflation, and the causes and consequences of inflation.
The Cambridge International AS Level English General Paper encourages learners to become confident in analyzing knowledge and opinion from a variety of sources, to build arguments and to communicate through written English.
Learners broaden their outlook through the critical analysis of – and reflection on – issues of global significance. The syllabus is based on skills rather than on specific content. Learners develop research, thinking, reasoning and communication skills by analyzing and evaluating arguments and perspectives called the Critical Path.
In a rapidly changing world, A Level History gives students the opportunity to not only study aspects of the past, but also to develop an understanding of the complexity of societies. The course helps students think independently and make informed judgments.
This syllabus encourages learners to become influential and discerning users of IT. The subject offers a broad range of IT skills, knowledge and understanding. As a result, learners gain a better experience of IT system life cycles, how these affect the workplace and its impact on society at large.
The AS and A Level Law syllabus provides students with an introduction to the main principles of the law as it is practiced in England and Wales. As a result, students build their knowledge and understanding of the English legal system and develop a critical awareness of its structure, personnel and operation.
Students following the AS and A Level English syllabus will study a range of texts in the three main forms: prose, poetry and drama. Set texts are offered from a wide range of different periods and cultures. Students will develop the skills of reading and analysis of text and are encouraged to undertake wider reading to aid understanding of the texts studied.
At AS level, there are three different routes: Pure Mathematics only, Pure Mathematics and Mechanics, or Pure Mathematics and, Probability and Statistics. At A Level, the choices are in the broad area of applications and depend on the routes taken at AS. From 2020, A Level Mathematics has two routes: Pure Mathematics and Probability and Statistics only; or Pure Mathematics, Mechanics and, Probability and Statistics.
The syllabus includes the main theoretical concepts which are fundamental to the subject, a section on some current applications of Physics, and a strong emphasis on advanced practical skills that further develop the skills acquired at O Level.
Counselling, Alumni and Placement Services (CAPS) is an integral part of our A Level programme.
Students are provided with comprehensive individual & group career counselling by experienced career counsellors who assist in choosing the best subject combinations and guide students through the college application process and provide support in preparation for college tests.
The City School, through Bridge U application, provides world class career guidance and provides opportunities to learn from experts around the world.
The CAPS team works on the skill development of the students by providing them opportunities of internships and volunteer work. The existence of a strong career placement programme translates academic performances and extra-curricular achievements into top local and international acceptances.
Please contact your nearest The City School – A Level Campus for more details.