International Curriculum



As children, our learning capability is extremely heightened. It is during childhood that we can pick up a second language, learn to play an instrument, or develop our athletic ability with an ease that is difficult to match later in life. Our curriculum aims high and relies on exceptional teachers to motivate and inspire pupils to relish in their learning.


Teaching and learning is aimed at the capabilities of children individually. In Montessori learning takes place principally through guided play. As work gradually becomes more structured in Primary School lessons are planned with a view to making them interesting and engaging. As they move into Secondary School children receive teaching by subject specialists and work towards their IGSCE and A-Levels examinations.


Teachers plan lessons with differentiated outcomes allowing for a range of achievements. This enables teachers to match each lesson as closely as possible to individual needs whilst providing scope for pupils to be stretched academically. The progress to children are also handled individually, with free extra classes offered to allow a child to cope up with the main stream.


Pupils who complete their education at ZENITH will attain a high level of competency across all subjects. Learning is largely question-based with an emphasis on problem solving aiming to build up a pupil’s ability to reason and think independently.  Apart from academics, ZENITH also offers sports, music, arts and drama programmes in which students are presented with many opportunities to develop their skills and interests outside of their classroom.