Junior School Curriculum
Our Junior School is designed to inspire excitement and curiosity, and leads seamlessly into the Senior School curriculum.
We strike a balance between the core subjects of English, Mathematics, Science, and a wide range of other subjects including French, Art, Music, Drama, Geography, History, Religious Studies, Physical Education (PE), and Computing.
We encourage our Junior School students to start developing their own interests and aptitudes early. A maximum staff-student ratio of 1:5 ensures they receive exceptional levels of attention and encouragement. Our aim is to give our Junior School learners a firm foundation on which to build and, most importantly, to give them a love of learning.
Read more here. This new approach to unified learning leaves behind the traditional expectations of education to push students into a whole new world of discovery. The programme has been designed to provide a solid academic structure upon which to build new and exciting elements of this fresh approach to curriculum.
In the Junior School, students take part in our expeditions programme five times a term. The tasks become increasingly more challenging, ensuring they are thoroughly prepared for more advanced expeditions by the time they reach the Senior School.
Students are also given the opportunity to engage in Aiglon's CAS & Activities programme, working to develop new skills and pursue unique experiences in everything from horse riding to volunteer work.