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Primary Education:

  • Stage 1 Ages: 5 – 7 years; classes: classes 1 & 2
  • Stage 2 Ages: 7 – 11 years; classes 3,4,5 & 6

Primary education is a programme for young learners that combines the curriculum with integrated assessment. The curriculum frameworks for each subject for primary are organised into two stages and six year groups. They reflect the teaching targets for each year group and provide comprehensive learning objectives. For each primary subject, the curriculum is presented in content areas or ‘strands’. These are further subdivided into ‘sub-strands’. The framework promotes an enquiry-based approach to learning to develop thinking skills and encourage intellectual engagement.

Lower Secondary:

  • Stage 3 Ages: 11 – 14 years; classes 7, 8 & 9

Lower Secondary education is for learners aged 11 to 14 years. The British Lyceum has a flexible framework for developing student’s skills and understanding. The programmes of study and qualifications are carefully designed to engage learners and give them solid foundations to achieve high levels of academic and personal attainment. Our programmes are progressive, giving our learners a clearly defined path to success. The lower secondary stage leads seamlessly from primary to secondary building on the learners’ development from the primary stage.

Upper Secondary IGCSE:

  • Stage 4 Ages 14 – 16; classes 10 & 11

The IGCSE is a 2-year programme of study designed for learners aged 14 to 16 years. IGCSE is the world’s most popular international qualification for 14 to 16 year olds. It is recognised by leading universities and employers worldwide, and is an international passport to progression and success. British Lyceum offers the International Certificate of Education (ICE), a broad and balanced curriculum that recognises the achievements of learners who pass examinations in at least seven subjects from five different subject groups, including two different languages.

Advanced Study  AS and A’Levels:

  • Stage 5 Ages 16 – 18; classes 12 & 13

The Advanced Level programme is a 2-year programme of study designed for learners aged 16 to 18 years. Britsh Lyceum learners can choose from a range of assessment options to gain Cambridge International AS & A Level qualifications. These pathways allow learners to:

  • Take the Cambridge International AS Level only. The syllabus content is half a Cambridge International A’ Level.
  • Take a ‘staged’ assessment route – take the Cambridge International AS Level in one examination series and complete the final Cambridge International A’ Level at a subsequent series.
  • Take all papers of the Cambridge International A’ Level course in the same examination session, usually at the end of the course.
Learn more at the personal meeting with the director

Новости лицея

The students studying in the secondary school, at the British Lyceum, today, had an opportunity to put themselves into their teachers shoes! "Dear Parents, your children are excellent teachers. I was very impressed with every lesson I saw." - Mr. Daryl. Secondary school English teacher.
The Academic Director of the British Lyceum, Mr Damien Butters, awarded Year 12 student, Sofia Polumordvinova, with the certificate "Student of the Year“. Sofia successfully passed all her 2021 IGCSE examinations with grade A* in all 8 subjects. It’s is an outstanding achievement! Congratulations, Sofia!
Student Council truly gives students the opportunity to advance their skills such as leadership, communication, teamwork, organization and public speaking, all of which you may need when applying for university. Our team has been working very hard on the formation of the Student Council, as a result of which it was successfully admitted by the British Lyceum administration. The Student Council in the British Lyceum was then officially formed on the 24th of February 2021. In order to introduce the school to a new system of improvement, the Council has come up with the decision to split the students of the British Lyceum into Houses.

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