KEY STAGE 3:
Our students pursue a broad-based and well-balanced programme of studies which enables them to make informed choices for their future education. In Years 7-9, we follow a broad and balanced curriculum with special emphasis on the core subjects: English, Mathematics, Science.
In addition, the students study Art, Citizenship, Computer Science, Drama, French, Geography, German, Greek, History, Music and Physical Education. While Year 7 pupils learn the basics of both French and German, only one of these languages is chosen for Years 8 and 9. In Year 9, our students are introduced to the World of Business as preparation for Business Studies or Economics.
KEY STAGE 4:
YEARS 10 AND 11
In Years 10 and 11, the students are required to study eight subjects for their IGCSE/GCSE Examinations, qualifications that represent a globally recognised standard of secondary education. Some of these subjects are compulsory and some optional.
Compulsory Examination Subjects: English (as a First Language or Second Language), Mathematics and one Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Combined Science). In addition, Greek is compulsory for Cypriot and Greek Nationals.
Optional Examination Subjects: Art & Design, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Combined Science, Drama, Economics, French, Geography, German, Greek, History, ICT, Literature in English, Music, Physical Education, Physics, Psychology, Compulsory Non-Examination Subjects: Citizenship, Physical Education.
KEY STAGE 5:
YEARS 12 AND 13
Our students prepare for their AS and A Level examinations, which are vital for university entry. AS Level courses take one year and A Levels two years. These qualifications are renowned and accepted worldwide.
In addition, students of The International School of Paphos are tested internally for their School Leaving Certificate (Apolytirion), which is recognised by the Cyprus Ministry of Education, Sports and Youth, as well as by British, European and international universities.
Examination subjects taught at ISOP include Mathematics, Further Mathematics, IELTS (English Proficiency), French, German, Modern Greek, Literature in English, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Information Technology, Geography, History, Business Studies, Economics, Psychology, Drama and Art & Design.
Citizenship, Physical Education, Financial Education and Writing Skills are also taught as compulsory non-examination subjects. Greek Culture is available for students who have already passed their A-Level in Modern Greek.