- Secondary Matters
Key stages 3 and 4 are taught throughout the secondary school years.
At this stage in their education, students are becoming more confident and responsible for their own learning. During Key Stage 3 they begin to study core subjects in more depth and detail before making their IGCSE choices ready for Key Stage 4.
Key Stage 3 is made up of Years 7-9, and is the moment at which pupils begin to study individual subjects in more detail.
Secondary subjects in Years 7-9 are:
The fundamental educational principles of Key Stage 3 are to:
Key Stage 4 covers Years 10 and 11, when pupils are preparing for their IGCSE examinations. At Mougins School most pupils take a minimum of 8 subjects at IGCSE, made up of a combination of compulsory and elective subjects.
Compulsory subjects are:
Elective subjects include:
We're really proud of the Local Studies/Global Perspectives programme at Mougins School as it gives our students the opportunity to develop a range of skills while exploring the geography, history and culture of our beautiful local area.
Head of Humanities.