Teaching in the Early Years and Junior School will be delivered by high quality and internationally trained class teachers with specialist teachers in sport and the performing arts. Subject specialists will be gradually introduced in the Junior school as the pupils become older. The Senior School will commence with the English national curriculum in year 7, leading to the two years of IGCSE in years 10 and 11. Most pupils progress to take the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) in years 12 and 13, leaving them extremely well prepared to apply for world-class university courses and future career paths.
Pastoral care and support for the younger pupils is focused on everyone in the teaching teams, from class teachers to Teaching Assistants and support staff. Older pupils will be proud of their house identities, house names being one of many connections with Wellington College. It is envisaged that Housemasters will lead teams of house tutors to provide pastoral support in the Junior and the Senior Schools. Indeed, high quality pastoral provision is central to the Wellington philosophy with a thriving House system and a purposeful Well-being programme features of all Wellington schools. In line with Wellington College, UK, an extensive extra-curricular programme of sports and other after-school activities will be provided to enrich and broaden the education offered.