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Secondary

A purpose-built state of the art Secondary facility will be ready for August 2021

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Norwich currently has students up to Year 10 and will open an additional year level each year. Plans are well advanced for the construction of a purpose built Secondary facility on our 9 Rai (14 Hectare) plot of land adjacent to the school. The completion is anticipated for the start of the 2021-22 academic year and will have all the facilities necessary to deliver a world class all round education including:

  • Additional Science laboratories

  • An aquatic centre with a practice pool and 25m swimming pool

  • A gymnasium with provision for full-sized basketball, badminton and volleyball courts 

  • Football pitch

  • Tennis courts

  • Fitness centre

  • 500-seat Auditorium

  • 30 spacious well-appointed general classrooms

  • Cafeteria

Our Teachers

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Mr Dave Brundage

Head of Secondary

Bachelor of Education

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Ms Monya Van der Merwe

Lower Secondary Coordinator

Bachelor of Education

Master of Education

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Mr Trevor Godwin

Year 8 Homeroom and English Teacher

Bachelor of Education

PGDBES

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Mr John Walker

Year 9 Homeroom and Mathematics Teacher

Bachelor of Science (Hons)

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Mr Richard Flook
Year 7 Homeroom, Global Perspectives and English Teacher

Bachelor of Arts (Hons)

PGCE

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Ms Monya Van der Merwe

Year 10 Homeroom and Science Teacher

Bachelor of Education

Master of Education

Specialist Teachers
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Mr Wei Yuankai
Mandarin Teacher

Bachelor of Tourism Development

Master of Modern and Contemporary Chinese Literature

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Mr Dave Brundage

Economics Teacher

Bachelor of Education

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Ms Janeille Llenado

Music Teacher

Bachelor of Arts

Master of Arts

CTM, CTP

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Mr George Towers

Physical Education Teacher

Bachelor of Science (Hons)

PGDE

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Ms Polleana Munoz

Special Educational Needs and Art Teacher

Bachelor of Arts 

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Ms Eileen Tolentino

English Language support Teacher

Bachelor of Elementary Education

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Ms Ivy Night

Special Educational Needs Teacher

Bachelor of Elementary Education

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Mr Ramon Frissen

ICT Teacher

BA Informatics, Services
& Management (HBO-ICT)

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Mrs Naruedee Tasker

Mindfulness Teacher

Bachelor of Arts

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Mr Boontanan Temcharoensaap

Mindfulness Teacher

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Ms Nizphasa Temcharoensaap

Mindfulness Teacher

Curriculum

 
Secondary

 

Our curriculum at Norwich is based on the National Curriculum for England, Wales and Northern Ireland adapted to our international setting and our Values. We enhance the curriculum with a provision for mindfulness and with a deliberate focus on Mandarin. Students in Years 7 to 9 access Key Stage 3 of the National Curriculum. Students in Years 10 and 11 access Key Stage 4 of the National Curriculum.

Specialist teachers deliver all aspects of the curriculum to students in Secondary.

 

Years 7 to 9 – all lessons are with specialists: 7 periods of English, 5 periods of Mathematics, Science, and Global Perspectives, 4 periods of both Thai and Mandarin, 2 periods of Physical Education / Swimming, Art and Music, with 1 period of Mindfulness, ICT and Personal Social and Health Education (PSHE). Each Friday morning there is also an Assembly.

More information about Key Stage 3 of the National Curriculum can be found here

 

At the end of Year 9 students will sit the Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) Checkpoint examinations for English, Mathematics, Science and Global Perspectives.

Of interest to parents and students is our Year 7 to 9 Curriculum Guide for 2020-2021, which can be found here

 

Years 10 and 11 – all lessons are with specialists: 7 periods of English (Language and Literature OR English – Second Language), 5 periods of Mathematics and Science, 4 periods of Global Perspectives, Mandarin, Thai and for the 2 optional subjects. The optional subjects are selected from subjects such as: Music, Art & Design, Business Studies, Economics, Physical Education, History, ICT and Geography. There is also 1 period of Sport & Games and either Personal Social and Health Education (PSHE) or Assembly.

 

More information about Key Stage 4 of the National Curriculum can be found here

At the end of Year 11 students will sit for the International General Certificates of Secondary Education (IGCSEs) with Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE).


Of interest to parents and students is our IGCSE Curriculum Guide for 2020-2022, which can be found here

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