Message from Head of SchoolAt Wesgreen Secondary Girls’ School, we believe in providing a purposeful and worthwhile learning experience to all our students through following a holistic approach to teaching. The Girls School follows the Cambridge Pathway of Education for Grades 5 to 12.
Our student-led events such as Literary Weeks, WISMUN and STEAM provide students with the independent learning and leadership skills needed for higher education and beyond. Our students’ leadership and teamwork skills are enhanced through a wide range of co-curricular and extracurricular enrichment programmes that are outlined on our academic calendar in more detail. These programmes are reflective of our approach towards providing a well-rounded education to each student coming to Wesgreen.
Our attainment in Cambridge IGCSEs is testimony to the dedication displayed by our teaching staff and the students alike. The Cambridge Curriculum provides students with the lifelong learning skills required for the wider world. At Wesgreen, we offer up to 20 IGCSE subjects. In order to broaden the school curriculum we also offer our KS4 and KS5 students the opportunity to take part in the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Programme. The programme allows students to take part in outdoor activities and community service.
Students are nurtured and prepared for a lifelong learning experience, where compassion, integrity and humbleness are some of the key elements for student growth. Through Moral Education Programme, our students strengthen their consciousness, build a stronger foundation for character, and become more appreciative of the cultural diversity around them. Wesgreen has always had a strong sense of community which promotes each student’s academic success and wellbeing, and that is what makes us special.
Ms. S. Burman
Head of Girls Secondary School