This article is brought to you in part by Prince of Wales Island International School (POWIIS).
The Prince of Wales Island International School (POWIIS) follows a British curriculum, which is closely aligned with standards and requirements from the United Kingdom. The qualifications that POWIIS graduates receive are among the most sought after and recognised on the globe, with the IGCSEs and A Levels providing a pathway for our students to seamlessly enrol into universities and colleges all around the world.
The approaching academic year will see POWIIS implementing Key Stage 3 progress tests in English, Mathematics, and Science, which not only allows for teachers to assess their learning as they progress but also serves as preparation for their upcoming IGCSE and GCSE examinations. Year 9s will sit for the progress tests at the end of Term 3, and parents may refer to these results as a benchmark for their child’s academic performance.
The sixth formers at POWIIS enjoy the wide range of A-Level subjects that are offered at the school, including traditional subjects such as Mathematics and Sciences, as well as more uncommon courses, such as Design and Technology and Drama. The state of the art facilities allow for valuable hands-on experience in all subjects, and students are always welcome to seek guidance from our experienced staff. The A Level syllabus gives students the freedom to choose subjects that are right for them, and the balanced curriculum takes into account the different abilities in students –making it the perfect preparation for university.
For more information, visit www.powiis.edu.my.
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