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  • Years 10 & 11 (iGCSE)
  • The assessment process continues throughout the entire first (Year 10) and second (Year 11) years of study.

    Our mentors, all experienced teachers and educators, carefully observe the progress of their students, identify potential problems and suggest optimal solutions and paths to development. Under the watchful eye of their mentor, each student follows a specific programme and gradually prepares to start making decisions related to the choice of his or her educational path.

The first two school years (10 & 11 Years) focus on the iGCSE programme.

Students take a breadth of subjects in order to sample a variety of disciplines. This approach allows them to explore subjects and directions they may not have previously considered.

We have carefully crafted our programmes for Years 10 and 11, combining Akademeia Assessed Courses with subjects that fulfil iGCSE specifications. All students follow compulsory subjects that incorporate iGCSE standards but go beyond them to prepare them for A Level.

Compulsory subjects taken in Year 10
English Literature and Language
Polish Literature
Polish History
Visual and Musical Culture
Modern Language
Compulsory subjects taken in Year 11
English Literature and Language
Visual and Musical Culture
Modern Language


Then they begin to narrow their academic range in their second year (Year 11) by selecting one of three Academic Pathways

Academic Pathway Subjects covered
Medicine/ Biochemistry Biology, Chemistry, Physics/ Psychology
Engineering Physics, Chemistry, Coding
Social Sciences History, Geography, Social Sciences interdisciplinary overview
Humanities History, Religious Studies and Philosophy, History of Art
Architecture Physics, Art, History of Art
Fine Art History, Art, History of Art


Personal Development Scheme

For Fifth Form students the Personal Development Scheme includes activities such as:

  • workshops on various topics (i.e. wellbeing and developing resilience, public
    speaking and academic skills)
  • lectures on project management with experts
  • graded group projects chosen by students


Co-curricular activities

Finally, students may participate in many diverse and interdisciplinary co-curricular activities such as elective study of additional subjects, sports, volunteering, lecture series, and more. Enrichment activities as the important and permanent part of our overall study plan are obligatory for all students.

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