GEMS multi-cultural education specialists have the expertise to develop schools that offer a variety of internationally recognised curriculum, and accredited programmes, anywhere in the world.
The GEMS Winchester School follows The National Curriculum for England.
In Foundation Stage 2, students follow the Early Year Foundation Stage program. In year 1 To 9, students progress through the National Curriculum for England levels. The Winchester School students move on to higher education across the world, many to prestigious universities.
Our teachers are specialists in their fields and encourage our children to participate, create and contribute. GEMS is the natural evolution of over 50 years of success-proven experience and vision - to bring a unique brand of quality education to communities around the world. Our core educational values are Leading Through Innovation, Pursuing Excellence, Growing by Learning, Global Citizenship.
Exploration, innovation, problem solving, independent expression, decision-making and other employable skills are actively encouraged through our curriculum and enrichment lessons. Students become informed, confident and active learners with a strong sense of self.
GEMS prepares students to face the challenges of the future by creating education programmes relevant to today's world.
The National Curriculum for England The National Curriculum for England is a broad and balance curriculum applied in over 150 countries across the world. It is based on a structured and broad framework that outlines expected levels of achievement through all stages of a student’s school life.
In Foundation Stage 2 students follow the Early Years Foundation Stage program. In year 1 To 9, students progress through the National Curriculum for England levels. The curriculum is split into various key stages. Key stage 1 (KS 1) is Years 1 and 2, Key stage 2 (KS2) is Y3-Y6), Key stage 3 (KS3) is Y7-Y9–currently the school only goes up to Y9 there is no provision for students after this. In addition to the development of specific skills and competencies, the curriculum emphasizes enquiry, creativity, analytical evaluation and other 21st Century learning skills needed to meet the challenges of the future.